Parks & Recreation
Program & Service Areas
The Parks and Recreation Department supports programs and services that contribute to healthy lifestyles for citizens. These include:
- Mission Statement and Recreation Board Members (PDF)
- Wellness and Special Programs
- Parks / Facilities
- Parks and Facility Maintenance
- Pool Schedule (will be posted as soon as available)
- Proposed Phase 1 Premier Athletic Sports Complex
Annual Leisure Guide
Leisure Guide 2020 (PDF) (Downloading may take a few minutes)
Registration is easy - either stop by our office or click below on online registration to register online!
Link to Online Registration
DOUGLAS COFFEE COUNTY PARKS AND RECREATION CANCELS FOOTBALL, CHEER, AND SOCCER SEASON
Prioritizing the health and wellbeing of youth participants, the Douglas-Coffee County Parks and Recreation Department (DCCPRD) has made the decision to cancel the fall football, soccer, and cheerleading season. The continued effects of the Coronavirus pandemic and COVID-19 safety guidelines contributed to this cautious decision to protect the health and well-being of participants, parents, officials, coaches, and staff.
"Canceling the fall season was certainly a difficult decision to be made," said Stevie Young, Director of DCCPRD. However, health and safety are our highest priorities, and this decision aligns with those priorities."
For those who have registered for football, cheerleading or soccer, the option of receiving a refund or an account credit toward the next sport being offered at this time. Please follow the below instructions to begin the process for a refund or account credit.
- Refund Request: Please email with name, address, and phone number
- Account Credit Request: Please email
- If you do not have internet access or an email address, please call 912-384-5978.
The Recreation Department is considering several options for next year, which include the possibility of football, soccer, and cheerleading season in the spring.
The City of Douglas and Douglas Coffee County Parks and Recreation (DCCPRD) are looking for volunteers to help keep our city parks clean. The "Adopt-A-Park" program has been in effect for several years. There are approximately 12 parks located in the city that are available for adoption.
The purpose of the program is to assist with upkeep of city parks for all who visit. Any individual or organization that chooses to participate with the program will make a commitment to maintain a park for a period of one year with the option to renew each year providing DCCPRD, nor, the volunteer cancels the agreement in writing. Responsibilities will include monitoring the park, maintaining plants, monitor trees for disease, limbs or hanging branches, edging sidewalks and keeping sidewalks clear of debris and weeds, regular litter pickup, keeping park signs clean and visible, and removing or reporting graffiti.
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