Raytown Parks and Recreation
Raytown’s Parks and Recreation Department is dedicated to providing the citizens of Raytown with a variety of recreational facilities and programs at a reasonable cost. Residents of Raytown can now explore the range of benefits the city has to offer through our new web site. Please visit each section of our site and find out what we have to offer you!
The Raytown Parks & Recreation Department was established under its own Board of Directors for the following purposes:
To serve the residents of Raytown and the general public by providing:
- A pleasant, safe, and well-maintained parks, recreational facilities, and equipment at a reasonable cost to the participant .
- A variety of recreational programs that are designed, scheduled and staffed to maximize accessibility.
- To provide a working environment for its staff that promotes safety, open communication, and fair treatment.
- To provide the City of Raytown and it's taxpayers a department that effectively and efficiently uses its funding and resources to generate a sense of pride in the community.
In accord with various Federal and State civil rights legislation, the Raytown Parks Dept. does not discriminate against individuals regardless of race, ethnicity, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, marital status, medical condition or disability.
The Raytown Parks & Recreation Department intends to fully comply with legislation in regard to the American With Disabilities Act (ADA). If you should need any special accommodations to participate in any Parks & Recreation program or services, please contact the Parks Department at 358-4100 to make arrangements.
Bids in Progress
None at this time.
Friends of Raytown Parks & Recreation, Inc.
The Friends of Raytown Parks & Recreation, Inc. is an organization of those who desire to see our parks continue to be maintained, improved, and expanded to foster and promote public awareness of parks, open spaces and the benefits they provide in a community. The goal is to provide the resources, new park land and additional programs for the public. The non-profit organization, Friends, has a cooperative agreement with the Truman Heartland Community Foundation to help oversee endowments and financial resources effectively.
For address, phone numbers and e-mail addresses see the "Links & Helpful Information".