HOWE STREET PARK
255 W. EDISON ST, ALCOA
JOHN SEVIER PARK
1998 SEQUOYAH AVE, MARYVILLE
LOUISVILLE POINT PARK
3298 COX RD, LOUISVILLE
209 E. FRANKLIN ST, ALCOA
OLDFIELD MINI PARK
225 BURN ST, MARYVILLE
PEARSON SPRINGS PARK
1467 MONTVALE STATION RD, MARYVILLE
POOLS & ATHLETIC COMPLEXES
SPECIAL OLYMPICS JANUARY-SEPTEMBER, 2016
KITE FESTIVAL APRIL 17, 2016
ARTS & CRAFTS SHOW APRIL 7-8, 2017
TRIPLE CROWN OF RUNNING APRIL-DECEMBER, 2016
VISIT A PARK DAY MAY 12, 2016
FISHING DERBY JUNE 11, 2016
FREEDOMFEST JUNE 25, 2016
SMOKY MTN. CLASSIC JULY 8-10, 2016
"SONGS BY THE BROOK" CONCERTS
IN THE PARK AUGUST-OCTOBER, 2016
"TINY TOT" TRIATHLON SEPTEMBER 25, 2016
HALLOWEEN FUN OCTOBER 28, 2016
EAST TENNESSEE CHRISTMAS CLASSIC
BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT DECEMBER 12-18, 2016
HOMETOWN CHRISTMAS EVENTS DECEMBER, 2016
The Parks and Recreation Commission of Maryville-Alcoa-Blount County is a joint venture between the three governments as permitted by the Inter-Local Cooperation Act 12-9-101 and 11-24-101, the provision for providing recreation services. The Commission was established in 1970 and is the only joint venture of its type in Tennessee. The Commission is made up of seven members; two representing each government and one at-large elected by the six. This is an administrative board and is responsible for hiring a full time Executive director. The Commission operates under it's own by-laws and the employees are governed and protected under a personnel policy manual and job classification system. There are 20 full-time employees and several permanent part-time / seasonal part-time employees.
The Parks and Recreation Commission does not own the parks and structures, with the exception of the Administrative Office. Each government is responsible for its own capital improvements. The Parks and Recreation Commission operates and maintains those facilities.
Our Administrative Office Hours are Monday through Friday 8:00AM to 5:00 PM.
If you are unable to visit the Parks & Recreation Office during regular business hours, you may use our secure drop box or on-line registration at www.parksrec.com to submit registrations and payments.
Refunds may be given up to five (5) working days prior to the beginning of each program. If your cancellation causes the program number to fall below the required minimum, the refund will be contingent upon the vacancy being filled. After classes begin, refunds will be made for the following reasons only: 1) Illness or Injury 2) Moving from the Blount County area 3) Cancellation of the program by Parks & Rec. Refunds will be prorated according to the number of classes already held. All refunds are subject to a $2.00 administrative cost charge, unless the program has been cancelled by Parks & Recreation.
The Leon Berrong Scholarship Fund was established in 2005 to allow disadvantaged children to be able to participate in Parks & Rec. programs. Donations can be made on-line by going here and following the procedures to make a donation. If you have any questions or would like additional information, please contact our office at 983-9244. Thank you for your support.
The Parks and Recreation Commission does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, genetic information or disabling condition in employment opportunities or in the provision of parks and recreation services.