Parks, Arts & Recreation Commission
The Bloomington Parks, Arts and Recreation Commission advises the City Council on matters related to the capital development, improvement and maintenance of city parks as well as recreation and cultural arts programs.
Meeting location, schedule, agendas, minutes
Meetings are usually held in the Dakota Conference Room, Bloomington Civic Plaza, 1800 West Old Shakopee Road.
Browse for meetings that are posted each month. Agendas and approved minutes are added as they become available.
Mission statement and duties
Section 2.98.11 of the Bloomington City Code charges PARC with the following duties:
- To review and evaluate park and recreation programs and how these programs can and do fulfill the existing and future needs of the City.
- To review and evaluate parks, recreation and arts financing methods as they relate to needs.
- To review, study, and evaluate the use, operation, and need for revenue facilities in the City such as the golf courses, swimming pools, and Bloomington Community Ice Garden.
- To study, review, and evaluate existing and future programs and facilities in the area of cultural activities as an important additional source of recreation for the people; and to study how these programs and facilities meet the cultural needs of the community.
Parks and Recreation Annual Report
Each year the Parks and Recreation department pulls together information to share regarding the previous years successes and the following years objectives. Here is the 2016 Parks and Recreation Annual Report
Apply to be a PARC Commissioner
PARC's staff liaison is Randy Quale, manager of the City's Parks and Recreation Division.
|Name||Position||End Date of Term|
|Maxwell Collins||Youth Commissioner||August 31, 2018|
|Cindy Deal||Commissioner||December 31, 2019|
|Tim Greenleaf||Commissioner||December 31, 2018|
|Patrick Martin||Commissioner||December 31, 2018|
|AnneMarie Terpstra||Commissioner||December 31, 2018|