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  1. Community Spotlight Image - Singletrack Closure Protocol

    Erie Singletrack Closure Protocols

    The Parks & Open Space Division monitors and enacts trail closures when conditions are present that pose safety issues for users and/or facilitate the degradation of these natural resources. Read on...
  2. Community Spotlight Image - fall 2023 program guide with five youth climbers in front of wall.

    Fall 2023 Program Guide Available

    The fall 2023 guide is here! This guide covers programs, activities, and special events from September 1-December 31, 2023. Read on...
  3. Three colored pillars representing Erie, with text overlay reading Public Art Approved by Board.

    Public Art Installation Approved by Board of Trustees

    On Tuesday, Jan. 24, the Board of Trustees approved the design for a new, vibrant art piece, the first installation in Erie for the Public Art Group. Read on...
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    Subscribe to Our Parks & Recreation Newsletter

    Receive monthly announcements and periodic updates straight to your inbox, subscribe to stay informed! http://eepurl.com/dmoalD Read on...
  5. Community Spotlight Image - CAPRA

    Parks & Recreation Receives Re-Accreditation

    The National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) announced that the Erie Parks & Recreation Department has received re-accreditation from the Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies (CAPRA). Read on...
  6. Community Spotlight Image - Parks and Recreation Projects

    Parks & Recreation Projects

    The Parks & Recreation Department is responsible for overseeing a variety of projects within the Town of Erie. Read on...
  7. Community Spotlight Image - Encroachment

    Know Your Property Line

    The Park & Recreation Department seeks to be a good neighbor to adjacent property owners and at the same time protect Town-owned and maintained properties from encroachment. Read on...
  8. Community Spotlight Image - EAB

    Emerald Ash Borer

    EAB was found in Erie in 2021. As of 2022, EAB is presumed present in low levels throughout Erie. EAB populations will exponentially increase in Erie until all Ash trees are either dead or protected with a pesticide. Read on...
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