PLAN: Mattapan

Summary & Goals

Guided by Imagine Boston 2030, PLAN: Mattapan is a City planning initiative that seeks to ensure that we preserve wisely, enhance equitably, and grow inclusively. Through these three principles of “preserve, enhance, and grow,” the City’s planning team will work with the community to create a comprehensive vision for the Mattapan planning area and guide future growth and investment.

PLAN: Mattapan will work closely with the community to review past planning efforts, and identify needs and opportunities for improvements which will support the long-term equitable growth and sustainability of the neighborhood. Focuses will include, though are not limited to, economic development (jobs and business) and the creation of transit-oriented market-rate and affordable housing growth while preserving the neighborhood’s character and unique attributes.

For updates and notifications on PLAN: Mattapan, please sign up for our email list under “Stay Connected” found in the toolbar.

Latest Update

Upcoming Meeting: Save the Date! | December 10, 2018

Mark your calendars now for the evening of December 10! The PLAN: Mattapan team hopes to be back out to report on the feedback we received from the Open House Kick-off in October. Once details are confirmed, we will update our calendar and notify the Mattapan newsletter list. If you would like to be added to our list, sign up under "Stay Connected" found in the toolbar.

Chat with a Planner | First Thursday of Each Month, 12 - 5 PM

Part of the PLAN: Mattapan team will be available at the Mattapan Branch of the Boston Public Library to answer any questions you may have about the planning process. Feel free to stop by at anytime between 12 - 5 PM on the first Thursday of the month. The next time we will be at the library is December 6.

Most Recent Meeting: Open House Kick-Off | October 25, 2018

The planning initiative officially launched on October 25th, with our open house at the Mildred Avenue Community Center. The Mattapan community came together to meet the city's planning team, provide feedback on the study's focus area, and explore the three themes of Preserve, Enhance, and Grow. Your feedback at the open house is the first of many opportunities to engage in a conversation around planning in your neighborhood. Please save the date for our next meeting for the evening of December 10th.


Documents All Documents »

  • Boston Planning & Development Agency
  • One City Hall Square, Boston, MA 02201
  • Tel: 617.722.4300  Fax: 617.248.1937
  • © 2018 Boston Planning & Development Agency