History: The Citizens Advisory Committee for Parks and Recreation was established by Executive Order 2014-03 to provide for a process to allow for input from the citizens of Laurel regarding the activities, programs and special events of the Department of Parks and Recreation.

Authority: The committee is charged with making recommendations and providing other needed advisory services to the Director of Parks and on matters related to parks services and recreational programs for all ages. 

Meetings: The Committee meets regularly each month, in the Laurel Municipal Center at 8103 Sandy Spring Road, Laurel, MD. 

The Public is welcomed and encouraged to attend. For information regarding agendas or related information call the Department of Parks and Recreation at 301-725-7800.

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Parks and Recreation

The Department of Parks and Recreation offers recreation programs and services throughout six facilities and 19 park sites encompassing over 222 acres of parkland.