Dorchester, the largest neighborhood in Boston, has many unique sub-neighborhoods within it. The Melville Park neighborhood located in the southern part of Dorchester is a thriving and diverse community characterized by tree lined streets, beautiful Victorian era homes and well tended gardens. Surrounding the Shawmut T station on the Red line, this historic neighborhood’s greatest strength is the residents of every background who make this neighborhood their home.
The neighborhood Sits between Codman Square to the West, Fields Corner to the West and Ashmont to the south. It is roughly delineated by Park Street to the North, Washington Street to the West, Dot ave to the East and Centre Street to the South.
The Melville Park Neighborhood Association (MPNA) is a civic association whose goal is to represent the interest of its constituents.
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