Parks and Recreation, a division of Leisure Services, prides itself on maintaining the highest levels of service with regard to leisure-based programs and facilities. Overall, nearly 75 full-time, part-time, and seasonal personnel of the department manage over 400 acres of land throughout the city, including two community recreation centers, three athletic complexes, three district parks, sixteen neighborhood parks, three tennis facilities, five swimming pools, and two nature preserves.
In addition, the Parks Division is also responsible for the routine maintenance and enhancement
of various roadway medians and rights of way, several retention areas, and the exterior landscape
of numerous city facilities.
Within the Recreation Division, a highly motivated and creative staff provides a wide variety of programs, events, and activities for all ages, abilities, and interests.
The city now provides Online Registration for many of the programs and activities offered by
the Parks and Recreation Division. Instructions are provided on the form.