Director of Parks and Recreation
Parks and Recreation
Firehouse Movie Night
Firehouse Movie Nights return this winter! Bring a heavy blanket to sit on at the Clayton Firehouse and watch a movie with family, friends and neighbors. Each Movie begins at 6:00 pm and doors open at 5:30 to see the fire trucks and meet the firefighters. Events are free however registration is required through The Center of Clayton at 314-290-8500.
|January 31||Planes: Fire & Rescue||Code: 17284|
|February 28||Frozen||Code: 17285|
|March 28||The Lego Movie||Code: 17286|
Winter is a great time to get a head start on swim lessons, burn some calories with fitness classes, or take the fun outside with ice skating lessons. To see a full list of available classes, visit www.claytonmo.gov/programs.
About Parks and Recreation
The Parks and Recreation Department's Mission is "To improve the quality of life for our citizens through the provision of comprehensive leisure services and recreational opportunities to individuals of all ages, abilities, and interests in a safe, healthy, and pleasant environment."
The Department of Parks and Recreation is divided into two divisions - The Recreation Division and The Parks Division. The Recreation Division’s responsibility is to oversee the development, expansion, and implementation of a wide array of programs, services and facilities and coordinate seasonal employees and personnel as well as volunteers. The Parks Division is responsible for effective and efficient maintenance services for park grounds, recreational facilities, park equipment and vehicles, park landscaping services, construction projects and special event support for the Recreation Division and the City of Clayton. Parks and Recreation Organization Chart
|Clayton Parks and Recreation earned national accreditation in 2012. National accreditation through CAPRA is an extensive multi-year process, which includes the completion of an application and detailed self-assessment report, a site visit by a committee of experienced park and recreation professionals, and a final assessment completed by the agency and the Commission. Accredited agencies must fully meet 36 standards deemed fundamental to a quality agency and at least 92 of the remaining standards representing elements of effective and efficient park and recreation operations.|
Accessibility to All Citizens
We welcome individuals of all abilities to enjoy our facilities and programs. If you or someone you know requires assistance, let us know at the time of registration or at least 2 weeks before participation. For more information, contact Mary Furfaro, Coordinator of Inclusive Services at (Voice) 314-505-8607 (TDD) 1-800-735-2966.