100 Slayton Road
Superintendent of Mount Hood
and Public Open Space
MISSION STATEMENT PARK DEPARTMENT
The goal of the Melrose Parks Department is to protect, maintain and develop the City’s parks, fields and recreational facilities for the benefit of Melrose residents.
|Melrose Park Commissioners
William Gardiner, Chair
The Park Department office is located at the Mount Hood Golf Course & Memorial Park Clubhouse. The office is open 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM, Monday - Thursday and 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM on Friday. The Park Department is responsible for the City's parks, fields and open spaces including Mount Hood Golf Course & Memorial Park. With the exception of Mount Hood, these properties are maintained by the Department of Public Works under a mowing and maintenance contract. Mount Hood is operated and maintained under a management agreement between the City of Melrose and Mass. Golf Management, LLC. For more information about Mount Hood including membership opportunities, rates and starting times please visit www.golfmounthood.com.
Please contact the Park Department Office at (781) 662-0210 if you would like to:
For information about the Recreation Department, including programs and schedules, please contact Frank Olivieri at firstname.lastname@example.org or (781) 979-4179. The Recreation Department office is located on the ground floor of City Hall.
If you would like to plan a function or hold an event at Mount Hood please contact Laura Lane at email@example.com or (781) 665-6656 ext. 3
If you would like to coordinate a golf tournament or outing at Mount Hood please contact Mike Farrell at firstname.lastname@example.org or (781) 665-6656 ext. 1
|Mount Hood||Park Department|
|2013 Membership Rates, Greens & Cart Fees||Park Commission Meeting Schedule|
|Park Commission Agenda & Minutes
IQM2 Web Portal
|Past Park Commission Meeting Minutes|
|Golf Course Tournament & Outing Schedule||Guide to Use & Maintenance of City Recreational Facilities|
|Mt. Hood Pedestrian Trails||Park Locations & Descriptions|
|Mt. Hood Feasibility Study||Pine Banks Park Ballfields|