We are pleased to announce that the gates of the Greene County Community Park will remain open as Phase TWO of the Governor’s plan goes into effect Friday, June 5th. We will be following the rules that the Governor sets forth and looking out for the safety of citizens and our staff. Phase TWO is suggested to last two to four weeks, barring any significant jump in COVID-19 cases. We remind everyone to stay as safe as possible during this time.
FOR PHASE TWO:
If you feel unwell or if you are displaying any symptoms of COVID-19, please GO HOME!
Masks or face coverings are still recommended.
Social Distancing is still in place. Please be sure to keep at least SIX FEET of distance between yourself and anyone else.
Social Distancing guidelines at this point also call for gatherings to be limited to 50 people or less. Capacity is limited to 50 people for park shelter rentals.
Frequent hand washing is still recommended.
Please contact Jeff Billker or Sean Sweeney at the Parks and Recreation Department with questions. 434-985-5226
The Greene County Department of Parks & Recreation seeks to enrich the quality of life for all member of the community by offering leisure activities and special events through out the year in a fun and learning environment.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I reserve the Greene County Community Park Pavilion?Reservations for the picnic shelter can be made by coming by our office in Stanardsville or by using the internet form. Non-refundable deposit is required at time of reservation to hold your time slot. See Pavilion Registration Form.
How do I get a class started?You'll need a minimum of 4 people and teacher. GCPR is attempting to enhance it’s recreational and leisure services and we need YOU! If you possess any talent with dance, musical instruments, exercise and fitness, pre-schoolers, small engine repair, minor home improvement projects, and lots more, send a letter of interest stating your experience, background and availability to GCPR. Don’t forget, GCPR instructors get paid for their services.
Are the Youth Center, Swimming Lessons and Baseball events affiliated with Parks & Rec?No. Please visit their individual websites for more information about those offerings.