Resident involvement is a very important element to the success of Lee County Parks & Recreation. The Advisory Committees and Friends Boards are made up of residents who have their finger on the pulse of the community.
Lee County Parks & Recreation involves its participants in the program planning process is a variety of ways. There are many ad hoc groups, non-profit groups/foundations and advisory committees associated with our department. In many cases, participants make their needs known through the recreation programs assessment questionnaire, via their representative on the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, online comment cards, direct staff interaction, needs assessment or through one of the various groups.
Meeting the needs of our great community is important to Lee County Parks and Recreation, and through resident involvement we are a stronger agency.
Advisory boards, foundations and friends groups for which residents of Lee County can serve:
County-wide resident groups and organizations that Lee County Parks & Recreation partners with on a regular basis: