Hartford Parks Join Crowdfunding Campaign
With your support, we could receive up to $4,400 to make improvements to Charter Oak Landing, thanks to the Hartford Parks Challenge, launched by Mayor Luke Bronin, Sustainable CT, and the Connecticut Valley Garden Club.
Riverfront Recapture to Transform 60-Acres of Riverfront Land into Community Park, Expand Access, and Create Regional Connections
Riverfront Recapture has purchased 60 acres of riverfront land on the Hartford-Windsor town line to build a new community park.
Riverfront Recapture Receives CT Neighborhood Assistance Act (NAA) Grant
Riverfront Recapture Receives CT Neighborhood Assistance Act (NAA) grant; funding will help to upgrade the air conditioning at the boathouse in Riverside Park.
2020 Park User Survey
Did you visit our parks this year? If you did, we’d really appreciate you taking a few minutes to answer some questions for us.
Virtual Park Tours
Have you explored all of the Riverwalks, trails, and amenities in our parks? Our virtual tours may introduce you to some new areas and opportunities for your next exploration.
Fifty New Trees Planted in Great River Park
We planted 50 trees in Great River Park thanks to the support of the Arbor Day Foundation and Enterprise Rent-a-Car.
Sign the Petition to Name the Future Hartford to Windsor Riverwalk the Joe Marfuggi Riverwalk
Joe Marfuggi was committed to the vision of Riverfront Recapture. Please support his legacy by signing the petition below to name the future Hartford to Windsor Riverwalk in his honor.
Riverfront Recapture Information Meeting Regarding EPA Brownfield Cleanup Grant Proposal
The public is invited to a virtual community information session via Zoom on Thursday, October 15, 2020 at 7:00 pm to review and comment on Riverfront Recapture’s draft of EPA Cleanup grant application and draft Analysis of Brownfield Cleanup Alternatives (ABCA).
The Big Mo’ Will be Held in Riverside Park on October 3
The Big Mo’ The Big Mo’ is Riverfront Recapture’s major annual fundraising event; it celebrates
Questions about our parks & programs? Contact Tara Cantor, Director of Communications & Marketing by email or at (860) 986-8553.
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