Parks and Recreation
- Marilyn Taylor
- Peggy Lockman
- Jessica Abhat
- Peggy Guidugli
- Debbie Popovich
- Joyce Kinnett
- Pam Stevens
The Parks and Recreation Board meets on the 1st Tuesday of each month at 6:30PM at the Adminstration Building.
Municipal and Friendship park shelters can be reserved on weekends for a small fee. To do so, contact the city office at 441-9604. Requests are accepted beginning January, so make your plans early, if possible.
These activities and projects, plus our continuing program of improving our parks, gives us a full agenda for the year, but we are always looking for community feedback. The Commission welcomes city residents’ ideas on events and recreational features which you would like to add to our list, so feel free to stop by our meetings and give us your thoughts. Our monthly meetings have been rescheduled to the first Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m.
Municipal Park is located behind the Municipal Center at 5694 E. Alexandria Pike, and includes a picnic grove, shelter building, grills, ball field, playground equipment, volleyball and horseshoe courts. A community room may also be reserved with the park or to use alone.
Friendship Park is located to the rear of 5589 E. Alexandria Pike and includes two ball fields, a multi-purpose soccer field, playground equipment, picnic shelter, grill, volleyball, horseshoe and basketball courts, walking/jogging trails and a nature trail.
Apple Orchard Park
Apple Orchard Park is located at Orchard Terrace and Winters Lane and has a picnic area and shelter, walking trails and playground equipment.
Patriot Park is located on Ridgepointe Drive in the Glenridge subdivision. The park has a shelter, playground equipment as well as a basketball court.
Sunshine Park is located in the Granite Springs and Founders Court subdivision. It has a picnic shelter and playground equipment.