Guide to the Carteret Parks System

Function / Description

The parks department is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the borough parks. This includes all the youth and adult athletic fields, the Carteret Pond as well as numerous playgrounds and spray parks throughout the Borough.

Carteret Park Irrigation Plan

Department Head / Staff Information

  • Ed Segotta, Assisstant Engineer / Deputy Dept. Head
  • Wayne Bodnar, Supervisor
  • Anthony Beluch, Maintenance
  • Joseph Golino, Driver
  • Mark Tulli, Tree trimmer
  • Juan Carbonell, Laborer
  • Frank Wall – Laborer
  • Sarwan Singh, Laborer


Department Information

To obtain a permit to use a field or a park, you must fill out a permit application form and submit it to the parks department.

If you would like a tree removed along the curbline in front of your home, please contact the Parks Department directly, and there will be a charge of $350.00 per tree.

The Borough has ten parks which include numerous amenities such as baseball/softball fields, soccer and football fields, basketball and tennis courts, ponds, walking paths, boccie ball courts, horseshoe pits, volleyball courts, miniature golf course, rock climbing, a fishing pier and more.

  • Carteret park
  • Civic Center Park
  • John Street Soccer Park
  • Shorecrest Park
  • Parkview Park
  • Grant Avenue Park
  • Chrome Park
  • Cornell Park
  • Banick Park
  • Waterfront Park