Flint Park

Starting in 2008 we collaborated with the Village of Larchmont, Town of Mamaroneck, and Westchester County to help plan and implement major renovations at Flint Park, a precious local resource used by the entire Larchmont­-Mamaroneck community.

Ruth Green Field — the new full­size baseball field at the back of Flint Park — is now one of the best places to play or watch a baseball game in all of Westchester.

Alexander Alma Memorial Field has been in constant use since its inception and what a difference this has made! Thousands of people of all ages have played on the field at the youth, high school, and adult levels. Having a safe, reliable field in the mix has certainly allowed more children to have access to playing time. Because the field can stand up to heavy use, it has accommodated more games and practices than several other local fields combined. Alma Field makes a huge difference in the spring time, when other fields are typically closed due to rain and bad weather. This enables kids to practice on a safe surface, rather than being force to practice on asphalt.

The Flint Park design included removal of a Village dump which increased the park area by 3 acres and opened the park up to the East Creek waterfront. A beautiful nature trail was built to follow the shoreline which has become a destination for folks of all ages.

The tennis courts at Flint have also been completely resurfaced. The Millstein family of Larchmont made a generous donation to cover these costs.