Parks & Recreation Commission
The primary function of the Parks and Recreation Commission is to plan for both long range and immediate improvements and development of City parks and recreation programs. Also, anyone wishing to trim, cut down, or remove any tree, shrub, or flower growing in a public park, parking area, street, public square or place within the city must get prior approval from the Park & Recreation Committee.
The Bandon Park & Recreation Commission meets on the second Thursday of the month at 5:15 pm. in the Council Chamber at Bandon City Hall, 555 Highway 101, Bandon, Oregon.
Council Chamber is accessible to the disabled. Enhanced listening devices are available. For special services contact City Hall 48 hours in advance (541-347-2437, extension 228, Voice; or 711 TT Users) or e-mail the City Recorder at the following email address --- citymanager(at)ci.bandon.or.us.
The Disc Golf Course is a nine hole course that meanders throughout the City Park. All of the tees and baskets have been installed and ready for play. Future improvements include concrete tee boxes, directional signage for players, scorecards, and a map to help guide players through the course. Maps and scorecards are also available by clicking and downloading the following links. MAP ... SCORECARD
THE CITY OF BANDON PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION WILL BE SELLING BRICKS TO HELP FINANCE SOME OF THE FOLLOWING PROJECTS TO BE LOCATED WITHIN THE CITY PARK:
* GAZEBO FOUNDATION (Gazebo has already been purchased)
* SPORTS PLAZA (Between the centerfield ballpark and renovated bathrooms)
* DISC GOLF TEE BOXES (Will be placed throughout the course)
* PATHWAYS (Meandering throughout the park)
* FUTURE FUNDING FOR STAGE/BANDSTAND
Additional funding projects include foundations for bus shelters located near the Bandon Heights Ballfield and Harvard Street Apartments. Bus Shelters have been donated. Several Plexiglas panels will need to be replaced. TO SEE THE BROCHURE FOR MORE INFORMATION CLICK HERE
The Parks and Recreation Commission is committed to improving the recreational opportunities for citizens and visitors of Bandon. Due to budget constraints, in 2009 Coos County gave ownership of the South Jetty Park to the City of Bandon. Realizing this was an important recreational amenity, the City Council requested the Commission to investigate options that would improve the visual aspects, safety, drainage, and recreational amenities of the Jetty Park. The Commission contracted with HGE, Inc., to help design a conceptual plan for the Park. Through months of work sessions and public comments, HGE, Inc. developed the final schematic site plan that was unveiled at the South Jetty Park Public Forum held at the Barn on April 9, 2013. The City has received numerous comments from individuals who attended the forum, but would like to extend the opportunity to comment to those who were not able to attend. You can view a copy of the final schematic site plan and the comment sheets by clicking here. Please download the comment sheet by clicking here and mail or hand deliver to City Hall, P.O. Box 67, Bandon, Oregon, 97411.
Commission meetings, agendas, dates and associated materials
are listed here on the "Council and Commission Meeting Agenda and Materials" page.
City Web site: www.ci.bandon.or.us
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