Jefferson County Parks and Recreation (JCPRC) has been working with Stromberg/Gerrigan & Associates, Inc. (SGA) to develop a 10-year Master Plan for the Jefferson County Parks system. The plan was developed over the last 15 months using county statistics, demographics, research, and public input.
This plan will serve as a roadmap for development and improvements in our Jefferson County Parks system for the next decade.
The final draft of the Master Plan is available for download: Master Plan Final Draft
SGA will attend the next Jefferson County Parks and Recreation board meeting to present the final draft of the Parks Master Plan on Wednesday, October 19 at 7:00 pm at the Jefferson County Community Center in Sam Michael's Park. The public is encouraged to attend the presentation. Thanks!
The Jefferson County Parks & Recreation Commission (JCPRC) is a government agency that’s mission is to
The JCPRC was established in 1970 by the Jefferson County Commission and is made up of an eleven member volunteer board that meets once a month at the Jefferson County Community Center. Its board members are appointed by the Jefferson County Commission for two and three-year terms and then may be re-appointed after their term has expired. The JCPRC hired a full-time director in 1994 to run the Parks & Recreation Department and has since steadily grown to include five full-time staff members, two part-time staff members, eight seasonal maintenance staff and numerous other program staff.
The JCPRC main office is located in the Jefferson County Community Center in Sam Michael's Park.
235 Sam Michael's Lane
Phone: 304-728-3207 Fax: 304-728-9746