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About The Parks Department
Maintenance
The Parks Department is responsible for the maintenance of over 475 acres of park land. We are dedicated to providing our citizens with safe and well maintained parks and facilities.

We maintain 28 parks and facilities, 26 athletic fields, 18 tennis courts, 21 sets of restrooms, 10 playgrounds, 6 boat ramps, 12 boardwalks/fishing piers, prepare fields for over 1750 competitive games per year, and work 25 or more special events per year.

Functions
• Facility maintenance
• Contract Maintenance
• Turf maintenance
• Irrigation maintenance
• Grounds maintenance
• Special Events
• Field preparation
• Building set-ups
• Custodial maintenance
• Administration
• Playground maintenance
• Hard court maintenance
• Litter removal
• Sports Field maintenance
• Tree & shrub maintenance
• Turf mowing
• Boardwalk maintenance
• Fence repairs
• Training

Parks Staff

Our staff is divided into 4 crews operating from 3 different zones, east, west and central zones of Port Orange.

Administration:
• Superintendent, Bruce Ferguson

Supervision:
• Foreman, Christopher Green

Crew Chiefs:
• Michael Smith
• Andrew Baldwin
• Bob Matassa
• Richard Smith

Facilities Maintained:
Spruce Creek Road Park, Causeway Park, Spruce Creek Elem. School, Buschman Park, White Place Park, Adult Activity Center, Riverside Pavilion Park, Frederick St. Park, Harbor Oaks Pocket Parks, City Center Sports Complex, Silver Sands Middle School, Gymnasium, Lakeside Community Center, Kenneth W. Parker Amphitheater, Allen Green Center, Memorial Park, Skate Park, Ken Burn Park, Veteran's Park, Town West Park, Airport Road park, Southwinds Soccer Complex, Willow Run Park, Russell Property, Gymnasium, Lakeside Community Center, Adult Activity Center, Adult Center Annex, Outside restrooms at 8 parks.

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