Irving Park Project

Irving Park Community Preservation Act (CPA) Project Overview:

The Irving Park Project broke ground on March 23, 2023. The rehabilitations will include improvements for passive recreational opportunities as well as overall park beautification. Major aspects of the project include the installation of vertical granite curbing around the park perimeter and the installation of a paved central gathering area. Additionally, new benches, low bollard lighting, low fencing at both ends of the park and upgraded landscaping will be installed.

Meet the Project Team!

  • Watertown DPW
  • Gregory St. Louis
  • Bob Dirico
  • Mike Micieli
  • MDLA
  • Michael D’Angelo
  • Chris Golden
  • Argus Construction
  • Peter Salem
  • Community Preservation Committee
  • Lanae Handy

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Groundbreaking photo: from left to right Mike Micieli - City of Watertown Tree Warden, Gregory St. Louis - City of Watertown Superintendent of Public Works, Peter Salem - Argus Construction, Nicholas Salem - Argus Construction, Bob Dirico – City of Watertown Parks Supervisor, Chris Golden – MDLA (Missing from the Photo, Mike D’Angelo – MDLA, Lanae Handy – City of Watertown CPC)

Irving Park Construction Schedule

Community Meeting Recordings

Irving Park CPA Project Community Meeting – February 16, 2022

Meeting Presentation PDFs

Community Meeting #1 –Irving Park Site Improvements (PDF) – February 16, 2022

On-Site Community Meeting #2 – Irving Park Site Improvements (PDF) – February 28, 2022

See Project Progress Pictures