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July is Parks and Recreation Month!

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 This Parks and Recreation Month we may not be able to hold events in the same way and most of our facilities remain closed. But #WeAreParksAndRec and this month we'll celebrate the work of our parks and recreation professionals and provide you with safe and pfun programming.Parks and Recreation Month Logo

Special activities this month

  • July 17 - Virtual Animal Visit with Tiny Tails to You live on Facebook at 11 am. (For more information visit our Facebook event.)
  • We hope to hold more activities, but are working to make sure we can host them safely. Stay tuned!

Don't pforget to visit our Virtual Recreation Center if you're looking for a new craft, activity or workout! There's plenty to explore. 



Since 1985, the National Recreation and Parks Association (NRPA) has celebrated July as America‚Äôs official Park and Recreation Month.  This is a time for us to celebrate the importance of parks and recreation in our lives. 

Parks and recreation provide opportunities for our community to be active, healthy and thriving, at all ages and for all abilities.  We invite you to explore the impact Parks and Recreation can have on you by getting out to a park, trail, natural area or other public space during the month of July in celebration of National Park and Recreation month.