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Upcoming Events

 

  Empty Bowl
Empty Bowl Service Project                                            
Empty Bowl Charity Brunch
11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Sunday,  March 10, 2019   
Northside Recreation Center

 

Who is Columbus Parks and Recreation? 

The mission of the Columbus Parks and Recreation Department is to enhance the quality of life for all citizens of this community by providing passive and active recreational, educational, and cultural programming services for all age groups. It is our objective to provide parks and recreation facilities that are safe, accessible, and aesthetically pleasing to the entire community. 

Meet the Staff

Responsible for maintaining parks, facilities and locations, these members go above and beyond for the citizens of Columbus, Georgia!

CONTACT COLUMBUS PARKS & RECREATION

Columbus Parks and Recreation Department 

Mission Statement

The mission of the Columbus Parks and Recreation Department is to enhance the quality of life for all citizens of this community by providing passive and active recreational, educational, and cultural programming services for all age groups.  It is our objective to provide parks and recreation facilities that are safe, accessible and aesthetically pleasing to the entire community.

The Mission Statement is supported by nine key components:

  •  To provide competitive programming for different athletic disciplines.

 

  • To provide passive green space consistent with local and national standards.

 

  • To provide signature events and programming that has regional appeal.

 

  • To provide a recreational environment that joins health and spirit.

 

  • To provide programming for special needs and senior adult populations.

 

  • To provide diverse entertainment opportunities at a reasonable cost.

 

  • To provide a recreational environment that pervades fiscal responsibility and efficiency.

 

  • To provide a comprehensive maintenance programs in order to provide safe, clean facilities.

 

  • To provide the highest level of professionalism and ethics