Park Guidelines

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The City has twenty multi-purpose parks which provide a variety of recreational resources, include varying combinations of ball fields, basketball courts, swimming pools, passive areas, playgrounds, and areas for active play.

Our parks are categorized as Neighborhood Parks, Community Parks and/or Specialty Parks:

Neighborhood Parks provide the foundation for recreation locally and provide residents the opportunity to enjoy the outdoors close to home. Our Neighborhood Parks are: Battle Hill Park, Battle of White Plains Park, Chatterton Park, Druss Park, Mattison Park, Mitchell Place Tot Lot and Turnure Park.

Community Parks are larger parks that serve the greater population and provide a variety of amenities. Our Community Parks are Delfino Park, Gardella Park, Gillie Park and Kittrell Park.

Specialty Parks are designed to accommodate specific activities. They provide unique recreational Opportunities. Our Specialty Parks are: Baldwin Farm, Bark Dog Park, Bryant-Mamaroneck Park, Jack Harrington Greenway, Jacob Purdy Park, Liberty Park, Renaissance Park , Ridgeway Nature Trail, and Tibbits Park.

Liberty Park

Park Rules & Regulations

  • A facility permit is required for use of all City owned fields
  • No Dogs are permitted except in Bark Park
  • No littering or loitering
  • No smoking, vaping, or alcoholic beverages are permitted
  • Parents must supervise children at all times
  • Parks are open daily from dawn to dusk, unless specified