Parks & Recreation
The mission of Greenville Parks, Recreation & Community Services Department is to enhance the quality of life by providing safe, well-maintained parks and public spaces; preserving open space and historic resources; caring for people; strengthening the bonds of community; and creating opportunities for renewal, growth, and enrichment.
The Department consists of three divisions:
- Park Administration is responsible for fiscal and personnel management, clerical support services, staff support to the Parks, Recreation & Community Services administration.
- Park Services maintains all of the developed parkland and recreation facilities throughout the city.
- Recreation & Community Services provides a variety of recreational opportunities, enrichment programs, and human services for all ages and abilities. The department maintains a variety of public recreational facilities; these include, but are not limited to: Beeland Park Community Center, Dunbar Recreation Center, two picnic/pavilion areas, and four ball fields.
We offer a variety of programs to include but are not limited to baseball, softball, basketball and track. Our goal is to provide positive and instructional leagues for children where the focus is on participation, fundamentals, socialization, and enjoyment of the game.