Welcome to Meridian Parks & Recreation
The Parks and Recreation Department’s mission is to enhance the community’s quality of life by providing innovatively designed parks, connected pathways, and diverse recreational opportunities for all citizens of Meridian that create lasting memories.
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Parks & Recreation News & Notes:
On July 9, 2015, we held a public meeting and presented the design concepts being developed for Meridian's next regional 77-acre park in south Meridian located on Lake Hazel Road near South Locust Grove. In addition, on July 30, 2015, we held a second public meeting and presented the design concepts being developed for the 47-acre park in west Meridian located near the northwest corner of Cherry Lane and McDermott Road. Attendees had the opportunity to view the proposed conceptual designs for the parks, as well as ask questions, provide suggestions, and offer feedback.
77-Acre South Meridian Park: CLICK HERE for the PowerPoint Presentation
47-Acre West Meridian Park: CLICK HERE for the PowerPoint Presentation
Did you miss the meetings but would still like to provide comments? Email email@example.com
To learn more about the Meridian Parks and Recreation Department -- our recent accomplishments and future plans -- please take a moment to review our 2014 Annual Newsletter.
If you wish to RESERVE A PICNIC SHELTER in any of our City parks, you must do so by calling us at (208) 888-3579 or by visiting our office in person on the 2nd floor of Meridian City Hall, located at 33 E. Broadway Avenue in downtown Meridian. Payment via credit card or check is required at the time of reservation. Tentative resevations or "holds" cannot be made. To learn more about shelter options or to check shelter availability, please click here: https://apm.activecommunities.com/meridianparksandrec/Home.
Results of the Spring 2015 Parks and Recreation Survey
As part of its master planning process, the Meridian Parks and Recreation Department commissioned a citizen survey to gather information that will help guide its future planning effort. The results of that survey can be found at these two links:
CLICK HERE for Survey Results in PDF Format
CLICK HERE for Survey Results in PowerPoint Presentation Format
Your Ongoing Input Is Needed -- Meridian Parks & Recreation Master Plan
Meridian Parks and Recreation Department is currently developing a Master Plan
that will help guide the direction, growth and delivery of its services over the
next ten years. Because we want the new plan to accurately reflect the needs
and desires of the residents of Meridian, we welcome your input, ideas and
make it easy and convenient for you to share your thoughts about future parks
and recreation services, we’ve implemented
Mindmixer -- a type of virtual town hall where you can
discuss issues and share ideas at any time. To participate,
simply go online to http://meridianparks.mindmixer.com
and get started. Every couple weeks we’ll change up the topics and the
conversations can continue.
input and participation will help ensure that our parks, pathways, facilities,
and programs meet our community’s needs, now and for the future!
have questions, please call the Meridian Parks and Recreation Office at (208) 888-3579.