Plymouth Revitalization Project Receives $342K in State Grant

PLYMOUTH – The Holmes Park revitalization effort in Plymouth has been announced as one of 22 projects across Massachusetts to receive support from the commonwealth’s Municipal Park and Recreation Grants.

The nearly $6.4 million in funding is aimed at helping to enhance outdoor recreation space and finance parkland acquisitions, with nearly $342,000 going to Plymouth’s Holmes Park.

“Increasing access to parks across the Commonwealth helps our communities grow and promotes healthier lifestyles,” said Governor Charlie Baker.

“We are proud to secure 30 acres of new parkland and help fund the renovation of existing parks to make them more accessible, usable, and modern.”

The Holmes Park project includes the installation of a new paved parking lot connecting to the park with new benches, lighting, and picnic tables, improved access to the Town Brook Trail, and the reconstruction of the trail from Jenney Park and Willard Place.

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