Parks and Recreation

The mission of the Parks and Recreation Department is to enhance the quality of life by providing safe, well-maintained parks and public places; preserving open space and historic resources; caring for people; strengthening the bonds of community; and creating opportunities for renewal, growth, and enrichment. Park Services maintains all of the developed parkland and recreation facilities throughout the city. Currently the department maintains approximately 283 acres of developed parkland which is comprised of 9 parks and recreation facilities, public right-a-ways, flood control ditches, and municipal airport. Public Recreational facilities include, but are not limited to the Event Center, the municipal golf course, nine ball fields, a skate park, and more.