|Assistant Director of Recreation||Jason Rogers|
|Athletics/Tennis Coordinator||Oliver Scott|
|Facility/Special Events Coordinator||Beth Anne Woodruff|
|Office Assistant||Teresa Zorn|
|Assistant Director of Parks||John Keating|
|Parks Maintenance Worker||Wesley Newton|
|Park Maintenance Supervisor||Craig Corley|
|Parks Maintenance Supervisor||Mike Morrow|
|Parks Maintenance Worker||Anthony Bryant|
|Parks Maintenance Worker||Eric Hanada|
Customer Service Standards, We will:
- Offer recreation programs to all ages year round and publicize these activities in the “Activity Guide”, through the circulation of flyers, school announcements, news releases and other forms of advertising.
- Obtain citizens input on recreation programs through public meetings with City Council and Advisory Board, program evaluations, surveys and public comment.
- Utilize qualified, trained instructors and staff for recreation programs and facilitating citizen rentals of park facilities.
- Conduct thorough park and facility inspections at least four times a year to ensure complete safety.
- Provide a clean park environment by cleaning all restroom facilities daily during the weekdays, disposing of all trash, responding to vandalized equipment and performing regularly scheduled janitorial and floor care maintenance in all park facilities.
- Maintain all grounds and turf in both active and passive areas by performing weekly inspections on playground equipment, preserving all park trails, and mowing and weeding all public areas.
Parks & Recreation Advisory Board
- Wanda Bennewitz (chairperson)
- Paula Bender (secretary)
- Linda Strange (vice-chair)
- Luke Livingston (senior advisor)
- Matt Morris
- Randy Marcus
- Mark Carter
- Nicole Love
- David Jones
Parks and Recreation Advisory Board
The City of Duluth Parks and Recreation Advisory Board is a seven member volunteer board appointed by the Duluth City Council. Seven members reside within the City limits and the eighth member may reside within the City limits or own and operate a business within the City limits. The eight member board serves two year terms with alternating appointment dates. Four members are serving 2009-2011, four members are serving 2008-2010. The board provides advice, and guidance to staff, and elected officials in the best interest of the City to meet the recreational needs of all segments of the population within the community. The board is responsible for the development of park facilities that include projects associated with funding from SPLOST (Special Local Option Sales tax), recreational policies and procedures, citizen input, budget support, and public relation support. The board meets the first Wednesday of every month except for holiday months, January and July in which the meetings are scheduled for the second Wednesday of the month.