Leominster Recreation Department

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Location -
40 Barrett Parkway
Leominster, MA
Mailing Address -
City Hall, 25 West Street,
Leominster, MA 01453

Phone 978- 534-7529
Fax 978-534-7549

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM
Thursday: 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM



The Recreation Department offers year round programs and services for youth and adult residents. Over 100 programs are offered over the course of the year serving over 3,000 participants. A brochure of programs offered is printed in the fall and spring of each year. Our printed brochure can be obtained on line, at the Barrett Park Recreation Department Office, City Hall, and the Public Library. We also distribute the brochure to Leominster public and private schools to children in K-8.

The mission of the Recreation Department is to provide a wide variety of recreational programs and opportunities that are cost effective and that enhance the quality of life for Leominster youth and adult residents while providing a safe and healthy community environment in which to live through the provisions of recreational programs and facilities.

The Recreation Department is also responsible for maintaining 103 acres of property of which 25 acres (nine sites) are mowed, seven playgrounds are maintained, and trash is picked up at 25 different sites throughout the year. The full-time year round staff consists of Recreation Director Judith Sumner, Administrative Assistant Lisa Comeau, and Maintenance Supervisor Roland LaPointe, Jr. The seasonal staff consists of Program Coordinator Annmarie Sargent, Assistant Program Coordinator Caryl L'Ecuyer, and over 140 seasonal staff.
Mission Statement

The Leominster Recreation Department’s mission is to provide a wide variety of recreational programs and opportunities that are cost effective and that enhance the quality of life for Leominster youth and adult residents. The Recreation Department also overseas city owned property used for recreational activities while providing maintenance on 103 acres.

The Department strives to identify and deliver on a timely basis, programs and activities that the citizens of Leominster desire and/or request.

Lastly, the Department commits itself to providing to the community, safe, clean facilities and equipment.


40 Barrett Parkway
Leominster, MA
Phone 978- 534-7529
Fax 978-534-7549

Office Hours:
Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.
and until 5:30 p.m. on Thursdays

Mailing Address:
City Hall, 25 West Street,
Leominster, MA 01453


Judith Sumner, Director
Lisa Comeau, Administrative Assistant
Roland LaPointe, Jr. Maintenance Supervisor
Annmarie Sargent, Program Coordinator
Caryl L’Ecuyer, Asst. Program Coor.

Maureen Donatelli, Chairman
Jeffrey O’Neill, Vice Chairman
Lionel Charpentier
Thomas Bissonnette
John Ciccolini
Patricia Caisse
Douglas Cormier
Click to EnlargeDirections to the Leominster Recreation Department

At Pleasant and Chestnut Streets, bear right onto Chestnut Street. At the top of the hill on Chestnut Street, take a right onto Barrett Pkwy. The Recreation Department is the small white house after the parking lot.

Our hours are Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., and Thursday until 5:30 p.m. Registrations are done on a first-come, first-serve basis, with priority given to Leominster residents.
All registrations are NON-REFUNDABLE.
Mail-in Registration
Leominster Recreation Department
City Hall, 25 West Street
Leominster, MA 01453
Program Registration

Registration is done on a first- come, first serve basis, with priority given to Leominster residents.
Non-residents wishing to register for a non-trip program will be allowed only if space permits, with a $5.00 increase in fee. Non-residents will be placed on a waiting list and notified when space becomes available.
For a trip program, a deadline will be set for six (6) weeks prior to the scheduled trip for residents to have priority over non-residents. After the deadline, registrations will then be open to everyone for one week. If the trip is not filled to capacity, it may be cancelled at that point and all money will be refunded. It is important to register early to ensure that a trip will take off.
If registration is received by mail and there are no openings in that program, you will be put on a waiting list and contacted by phone. We will return your checks if no openings arise.
We also reserve the right to cap the registrations for any program based on availability of personnel, facilities, or any other factors affecting the programs.

The Leominster Recreation Department reserves the right to correct any mistakes in this brochure at the time of print. We also reserve the right to cancel any program because of low enrollment, poor weather, etc.
ALL registrations are non-refundable unless:
1.) The Recreation Department cancels a program.
2.) You have mailed in a registration and no openings exist.
3.) **You request to withdraw from a program in sufficient time that a replacement can be found and no costs have been incurred because of you.

**A 30% handling fee will be charged if a refund becomes necessary. Please make note of this very important policy.
There will be a $25.00 service charge for all returned checks.


The City of Leominster Recreation Department will not prohibit any person’s participation in an activity due to a medical condition or handicap, unless such condition is likely to cause injury to that individual or other participants in that activity. A participant, who has been notified by a qualified medical professional, that he/she has a medical condition that is likely to cause injury to themselves or other participants, is obligated to inform the Leominster Recreation Department. This should be done at the time of registration and willingly withdraw from the program and/or activity if requested by the Department. You must also sign a release form for any activity you may be participating in and release the Recreation Department from any responsibility if an accident were to occur.


Doyle Field Priest Street
Barrett Park 40 Barrett Parkway
  (off Chestnut St.)
Arthur A. Fournier Park 525 Litchfield Street
Prospect Park Prospect Street
Carter Park Main Street (Rt. 12)
Third Street Playground 163 Third Street
Johnson Street Playground Corner of
  95 Viscoloid Ave. & Johnson Street
Fay Scharmett Memorial Playground Corner
  of Hall St. & Merriam Ave.
Johnny Appleseed School 845 Main Street
Fallbrook School 25 DeCicco Dr.
Northwest School 45 Stearns Ave.
Samoset School & Soccer Fields 100 DeCicco Dr
Southeast School 95 Viscoloid Ave
Priest St. School 115 Priest Street
Bennett School 145 Pleasant Street
Leominster High School 122 Granite Street
Lassie League Fields 20 Bassett Street
  (off Crisci Street)
Bachand Little League Field 140 12th Street
  (American Way)
National Little League Field 196 Arlington St.
Justin DeSantis Little League Field 40
  Bernice Ave.