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Recreation & Parks Department
Overview
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Contact
Jack Holland
Director, Recreation & Parks

Emilio Mendoza
Superintendent, Parks Division

unfunded position
Superintendent, Recreation Division

1904 South Park Road
Plant City, FL  33563-8113

Ph: (813) 659-4255
Fax: (813) 757-9220

Administration Office Hours
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Monday thru Friday
Closed holidays and weekends
The Recreation & Parks Department is dedicated to:
  • Providing efficient and effective programs to meet the diverse desires of our community
  • Encouraging active and passive involvement in recreational opportunities
  • Developing creative and wholesome programming, with imagination, to challenge and encourage physical and mental well being
  • Monitoring and adjusting programs to ensure safe and balanced activities, being responsive to changing needs
  • Managing recreational facilities in an ethical and sensitive manner, committed to improve the lives of participants
  • Having a vision of future leisure service needs, facilitating the development of greenspace, facilities and programs to allow expanded recreational opportunities
We offer numerous passive and active recreation opportunities at three recreation buildings, nine athletic facilities and eleven neighborhood parks.  The department also maintains over 400 developed acres of park land, municipal building landscaping, and streetscape.   Additionally, we handle around 150 interments annually in our four cemeteries and oversee landscaping outsourcing for the cemeteries, I-4 interchanges, Park Road medians and Public Works buildings.

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GPS Coordinates:  Lat: 27o 59' 52.80" N    Long: 82o 06' 20.30" W

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City of Plant City 302 W. Reynolds St P.O. Box C Plant City, Fl. 33563 Ph: (813) 659-4200
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