City of Wayne Parks & Recreation
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Wayne Parks & Recreation Foundation Scholarships
The Harold & Pat Bower Scholarship was established to assist students in furthering an education in the Arts & Humanities. The Arts & Humanities include, but not limited to, areas in art, dance, theatre, visual, vocal, instrumental, cinematography, photography, and writing.
The Jack Demmer Scholarship was established to assist students in furthering an education in the area of Business & Entrepreneurship.
The scholarships are to be applied toward the expenses of tuition, room & board, fees, books and supplies necessary for pursuit of study at any school, college, or other educational institution. These scholarships are for one year only.
The Harold & Pat scholarship is for students in the Wayne/Westland Community School District who are Wayne residents.
The Jack Demmer scholarship is available for students in the Wayne/Westland Community School District who are Wayne or Westland residents.
Applications are available at Wayne Memorial High School, John Glenn High School, the Wayne Community Center and below. Applications must be submitted by e-mail to email@example.com or mail by April 5, 2014.
Bob's Grille is now open at the Community Center! They are offering wraps, snacks, salads, etc. during the afternoon! Stop by after a workout for a healthy snack! Bob's Grille also offers catering for any event! Call (734) 678-3869 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
Did you miss the Master Plan Discussion? No problem, you can view it here!! (click here to view). Download a copy of the Master Plan here!!
We Want to Hear From You!!
Parks Master Plan Survey!
Take the Wayne-Westland Parks & Recreation Master Plan Feedback Survey online or pick one up at a City Building and tell us what you think.
Every five years, the Wayne-Westland Park & Recreation Department conducts a comprehensive planning process to develop a master plan for its parks and recreation system.Â The master plan is used as an overall guide to the development and operation of the City’s parks, preserves and other recreational facilities.Â A crucial component of the process is obtaining and integrating input from you, the patrons of the system.Â Your input helps us decide how to most prudently allocate our resources.Â If you are interested in sharing your feedback with us, please follow the link below to answer our brief survey.
Click here to download a fillable survey in a MicroSoft Office format. (please save the completed form an e-mail it to email@example.com)
MASTER PLAN FEEDBACK SURVEY
For questions or additional comments, please feel free to contact our office via phone at (734) 721-7400 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.Â Thank you.
The Wayne/Westland Parks & Recreation has an abundance of indoor and outdoor recreational services to meet the needs of all populations and age groups. Wayne/Westland Parks & Recreation contributes to public health, improves property values, provides economic impact, protects natural resources and provides a place-based strategy attractive to residents and businesses to live, work and play in.
The Wayne/Westland Parks & Recreation offers the Westland Municipal Golf Course and over 37 parks including trails, athletic fields, playgrounds, skate/bike parks and the H20 Zone Splash Park!
The Wayne Community Center, located at the corner of Howe Road and Annapolis (south of Michigan Avenue) is a meeting place for neighbors and friends to get together and enjoy a good workout or just have some fun together. The Community Center houses the Patrick J. Norton Recreation & Exercise Club, Ted D'Pulos Aquatic Area, the Ice Arena, The Oakbridge Suites banquet facility, Senior Division, and Youth Assistance Program.
The Wayne/Westland Parks & Recreation Department also includes cultural services (youth and adult theater), athletic & fitness (adult softball, youth after school recreation, karate, dance, etc.), community events (Annual Carnival Night, Kids Night Out, Scarecrow on Michigan Avenue, Lunch with Santa, etc.), youth camps, and Mike Modano Ice Arena on Wildwood (east of Wayne Road).
Wayne Parks & Recreation Foundation Program Assistance Fund:
RECREATION PROGRAMS FOR YOUTH AND CHILDREN
The City of Wayne Parks & Recreation Foundation through the Parks and Recreation Department has established The City of Wayne Parks & Recreation Foundation Program Assistance Fund. The City of Wayne Parks & Recreation Foundation Program Assistance Fund was established with the understanding that there are City of Wayne residents who cannot afford the program fee(s) and are therefore unable to participate. The sole purpose of this fund is to find ways to give every child (16 or under) and family the opportunity to participate in recreation activities while providing a mechanism for equitable treatment and optimal accommodation for resident families in need.
The City of Wayne Parks & Recreation Foundation Program Assistance Fund provides assistance, as funds are available, to qualified City of Wayne residents who might not otherwise be able to participate. Discounted program fees are available to those who qualify, on a sliding scale, for many recreation programs offered for youth and children.
The Parks and Recreation Department offers a wide variety of programs for youth and children of all ages throughout the year.
While the Parks and Recreation Department works hard to stretch every dollar in providing services to the community, there is an opportunity for individual and business donations at a variety of levels. All donations made out to the City of Wayne Parks and Recreation Department in the name of the â€śWayne Parks & Recreation Foundation Program Assistance Fundâ€ť will be used to fund the unpaid portion of program registrations of eligible children (16 and under) and families.
Donations may be made through check payable to the Wayne Parks & Recreation Foundation, care of the Program Assistance Fund. Checks can me mailed to City of Wayne, Department of Parks & Recreation, 4635 Howe Road, Wayne, MI 48184.
Please contact Nathan Adams at 734-721-7400 for more information.
Parks & Recreation Value Statement
The Purpose of the Parks and Recreation Department is to:
- Contribute to public health in order to enhance the physical, mental and economic well being of Wayne Citizens
- Positively impact property value through indoor and outdoor recreation, including: parks, trails, open space and the Community Center
- Maintain the City of Wayne's historic tradition of continuous investment in parks and recreation in order to protect natural resources, contribute to health care savings, assist in crime prevention and provide a place-based strategy which is attractive to residents and businesses to live, work and play