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To enhance the quality of life and create memorable experiences by connecting the community through parks, recreation and culture.
To touch the life of each and every person through progressive and innovative activities, facilities and services.
Why Parks and Recreation are Essential Public Services
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Lightweight, breathable, moisture-wicking, 100% polyester. Men's crew neck or Ladies v-neck shirts available in black, blue or pink, while supplies last. Purchase your shirt today at the Dunedin Community Center, 1920 Pinehurst Road or at the Hale Senior Activity Center, 330 Douglas Avenue.
New Bridges are coming to Hammock Park! The wooden pedestrian bridges across Cedar Creek located in Hammock Park are being replaced. Please be aware the trails indicated on the map, will be closed during construction beginning Monday, February 3rd for approximately two months. For more information, call Dunedin Parks & Recreation at (727) 812-4531. Thank you for your patience.
Bathrooms temporarily closed at Elizabeth Skinner-Jackson Park. The bathrooms located at Elizabeth Skinner-Jackson Park, 1040 MLK, Jr. Ave, Dunedin will be temporarily closed Thursday, March 12-Friday, March 20 while work is being done on the sidewalk and concrete pad surrounding the building. Thank you for your patience while we make these improvements.
Duke Energy's Transmission Line Vegetation Management. As part of Duke Energy's continuing commitment to provide safe and reliable electrical service to our communities, crews will be working to maintain the transmission infrastructure over the spring and summer months. Part of this maintenance program involves the vegetation management within our right-of-way corridor, which begins at the Curlew Substation and ends at the Largo Substation. Read More...
The It Starts in Parks initiative supports the four pillars of the Florida Recreation & Park Association's Strategic Plan; Health, Community Building, Economic Impact, and Environmental Stewardship and Resiliency. Each pillar can be expanded to include the plethora of benefits provided by parks and recreation agencies throughout the State of Florida. Learn more...