FY 2021-2022 Annual Budget

Organizational Chart


Recreation Services is responsible for providing a wide variety of recreational opportunities for all age groups in the local and surrounding community. Recreation Service endeavors to expand outreach capability and impact through partnership opportunities with the WSISD, YMCA, Scouting organizations, youth sports associations, and other civic organizations to provide year round quality recreation programs and opportunities.

Budget Summary

Personnel Summary

2020-2021 Accomplishments

  1. Implemented new customer service software and streamlined processes while downsizing due to the pandemic
  2. Increased athletic sports program participation and rental activities from prior years
  3. Increased adult league participation


  1. Promote low cost/high impact leisure programs and classes for all age groups
  2. Increase software and rental accessibility for customers ease of use
  3. Increase active recreational opportunities and programs for school age groups
  4. Promote and build outdoor education and recreation programs

FY22 Objectives

  1. Continue to partner with third party vendors to offer wide variety of programming
  2. Increase participation in fitness, exercise and athletic opportunities through new programs and classes
  3. Centralize the rental and payment collection process
  4. Increase participation through partnering opportunities with the WSISD, youth associations, scouting organizations, and civic organizations
  5. Actively pursue outdoor recreation grant opportunities with private and state organizations for new programs
  6. Encourage community art - building murals and exterior garden art
  7. Conduct outdoor sports activities; such as, kayaking, fishing, cooking and archery
  8. Actively promote and host parks and recreation program and events
  9. Offer leisure recreation volunteer opportunities to help maintain and grow the community garden, adopt-a-spot and beautification projects

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