As one of the only 155 accredited agencies nationwide, the Novi Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services Department (PRCS) provides exceptional park, recreational and cultural opportunities that are diverse and enhance lives. The Department focuses on maintaining quality parks and providing high quality recreational programs to invite and retain business, generate retail sales, improve property values, provide economic impact, and attract citizens to the community.
The Department manages over 1,300 acres of parkland and and 11 developed parks. The parks system includes Brookfarm Park, Ella Mae Power Park, Fuerst Park, ITC Community Sports Park, Novi Dog Park, Pavilion Shore Park, Lakeshore Park, Rotary Park, Village Wood Lake, Villa Barr Art Park, and Wildlife Woods Park.
For Fiscal Year 2016/2017 PRCS:
- served 110,000+ program users
- served 66,000+ seniors through Older Adult Services
- gave 10,000+ rides through Older Adult Transportation Program
- maintained 14.65 miles of trails
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