In November 2016, Boston voters approved the Community Preservation Act. Starting in 2018, about $20 million will be available every year for affordable housing, parks and open space improvements (including outdoor recreation facilities), and historic restoration.
Boston’s Community Preservation director will work with a volunteer Community Preservation Committee to build and manage the program. Nine Boston residents sit on the committee, which will help make project and funding decisions.
Attend this forum to learn about how the Community Preservation Act is being implemented in Boston. Ask questions and share priorities for your neighborhood.