Leisure Services 2030
Leisure Services 2030 is the ten year plan for the future of the Leisure Services Department. Community input and guidance is essential for the development of this important document which will shape the future of Athens parks, programs, and facilities. There will be multiple opportunities for citizens to weigh in and shape the future of the Leisure Services Department. Check this page regularly for updated information, documents, input opportunities, and more!
The Community Needs Assessment is currently underway. This survey is designed to identify high level needs and service gaps in the parks, facilities, and programs associated with Leisure Services. Please click on the input tab below to complete the Community Needs Assessment today! Each household that completes the survey will receive two passes to a Leisure Services Aquatics facility, or two passes to Sandy Creek Park. The Needs Assessment Survey will be open until midnight on July 14th.
As part of community outreach efforts, Leisure Services staff will be on hand at a variety of events throughout the community. Keep an eye on the calendar below for the next date and location. If you are interested in having staff visit your organization to share information about the 2030 plan, please email email@example.com
|5/11/19||9:00 am - 5:00 pm||Marigold Festival
125 N. Church St., Winterville
|5/11/19||9:00 am - 1:00 pm||West Broad Farmers Market
1573 W. Broad St.
|5/13/2019||7:30 pm - 9:00 pm||Cine
234 W Hancock Ave
|5/18/19||7:30 am - 1:00 pm||J&J Flea Market
11661 Commerce Road
|5/18/19||7:30 am - 12:00 pm||Athens Farmers Market
Bishop Park - 705 Sunset Drive
The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Department is conducting a Community Needs Assessment to inform decision making for the department over the next 5-10 years.
It is important that we hear from the entire community to ensure the best decisions for the future of our parks, programs, and facilities.
Please take a moment and share your thoughts with us. This survey will be open until July 14, 2019.
If you have additional ideas that were not addressed in the Community Needs Assessment Survey, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- What is the Firefly Trail?
- What is a rail-trail?
- Which communities will the Firefly Trail connect?
- What benefits do trails provide?
- What is the status of trail development?
- What is the history of the Athens Branch?
- Is the corridor intact?
- What about crossing Trail Creek?
- How much will it cost to build the Firefly Trail?
- Where will the money come from to build it?