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Parks and Recreation
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Parks Department Responsibilities

The Parks Department serves as the labor force in the maintenance and development of our city parks, parkways, landscaping projects, and green areas surrounding our city buildings and facilities. These areas are maintained according to standards which will insure safe and aesthetically pleasing places of leisure.

This department also assists in cleanup of storm damage, special events operations, daily preparation of recreational ball field areas, litter control, tree planting, and park, parkway, and right of way tree maintenance.

Recreation Department Responsibilities
The Recreation Department provides recreational, educational, and physical activities for the public. The programs provided utilize our city facilities and parks and are a vital contribution to the enhancement of the quality of life in our community.

Recreation facilities include various athletic complexes, Dunbar Pavilion, MacLean Pavilion, the Outdoor Pool, and the Recreation Center.

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  Community Enhancement Program Application  
The City of Lake Jackson has budgeted up to $25,000 (total) in matching funds to be used to help fund community projects/enhancements that benefit the park facilities in Lake Jackson. These funds are available to nonprofit community organizations as an up to 50% match.
The Lake Jackson Parks Advisory Board will consider requests at their monthly meetings (typically the third Tuesday of the month).
For projects to be considered, an application must be completed and submitted to the Parks & Recreation Director by the second Tuesday of the month in order for the request to be added to that month's agenda.
Projects will be considered until the program funds have been exhausted for 2016/2017. Projects must be a benefit for the community as a whole to be considered (no power equipment, tools or other non facility related items will be considered).
The applicant must provide matching funds and projects must be completed and reimbursed by September 30, 2017. Maximum award is $5,000.

Examples of projects:
soccer goals, bleachers, basketball goals, picnic tables, benches, play equipment, scoreboards, picnic shelters, etc.

Download the application here and submit it in to:

Parks and Recreation Director, Jeremy Bubnick