The National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) has announced that the City of Fairfield Parks and Recreation Department became one of only 135 park and recreation agencies accredited by the Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies (CAPRA) this year. This accomplishment was announced during the NRPA 2014 Congress & Exposition in Charlotte, NC. More...
The mission of Fairfield Parks and Recreation is to enrich the quality of life for the citizens of the community, sustain the City’s natural resources and environment, and provide broad based leisure activities, cultural opportunities, facilities and services for all ages.
The vision of Fairfield Parks and Recreation is to build a better future for all through parks and recreation. Create a system of parks and facilities, along with excellent programs and services to enhance the high quality of life that attracts and retains residents, business, and visitors to our community.
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Public Input Requested for William Harbin Park Master Plan
The Fairfield Parks and Recreation Department is seeking public input for William Harbin Park Master Plan. Click here to access mySidewalk.
Public Input Requested for Thomas O. Marsh Expansion Master Plan
The Fairfield Parks and Recreation Department is currently developing a Thomas O. Marsh Park Expansion Master Plan. Click Here for additional Information.
Commemorative Brick Sale
Commemorative Bricks are on sale for Fairfield’s Veterans Memorial Park, located at 701 Wessel Drive and Public Safety Tribute, located at 695 Nilles Road. The cost to purchase a commemorative brick is $100.00. The cut-off date for purchasing a brick will be Friday, February 24, 2017. The engraved bricks will be installed in May, 2017. Click Here for additional information.