Neighborhood Associations and Community Centers

Quincy is a city with an urban downtown surounded by suburban neighborhoods. Our many active neighborhood associations and community centers host events and help make Quincy feel more like a small town than a big city.

This association is comprised of residents living in the area of the Adams National Historical Park's Peace Field property. 

A not-for-profit organization consisting of neighbors and homeowners who live in the Merrymount. 

40 Shore Ave
Quincy, MA 02169

MW meets at Good Shepherd the first Thursday night of each month (excluding January, July, and August). Meetings begin at 7:30pm and conclude by 9:00pm and address local issues of interest.

308 East Squantum Street
Quincy, MA
Phone: 617-479-8883.

We bring together Quincy’s Beechwood Knoll, Wollaston Center, Wollaston Beach, Hospital Hill, Quincy Center, and Mass. Field’s neighborhoods.

Founded in 1896, the Post Island Beach Association welcomes residents of Elcott, Poplar, Post Island and Shoreside.

The Friends of Butlers’ Pond is an organization aimed at preserving and enhancing Butlers’ Pond and the immediate surrounding area.

32-40 Merrymount Road
Quincy, MA 02169

This all volunteer organization was formed by a group of neighbors who share an interest in promoting and improving the neighborhoods of Wollaston Hill and Forbes Hill. 

The Friends of Wollaston Beach is a volunteer organization promoting public use of Wollaston Beach, preserving and protecting the fragile ecosystems, and addressing the quality of life issues relat

Located in the former Beechwood on the Bay School, the Kennedy Center shares its building with the City of Quincy Council on Aging and Health Departments.

440 East Squantum Street
Quincy, MA
Phone: 617-376-1506


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