Parks and Recreation improve our quality of life, increase community pride, build self esteem, build family unity, create memories, and offer social interaction, help protect the environment, increase property value, and help make us all healthier, happier, and less stressed.
Numerous programs offered through Parks and Recreation in Davie County provide proof of those benefits. Whether it’s walking, participating in youth sports classes, youth soccer, youth and adult basketball, after school programs, summer day and sport camps, or having fun with senior activities, recreation truly provides outstanding benefits.
All Davie County citizens are encouraged to support the Recreation Advisory Committee as they work to define the future of Parks and Recreation in Davie County.
Step One: Complete a Community Survey
The Recreation Advisory Committee has developed a “Community Interest and Opinion Survey” to collect input from Davie County citizens on recreation facilities in Davie County. Your input will help direct the future of Parks and Recreation within Davie County.
You may complete the Community Interest and Opinion Survey online.
Printed copies of the survey are available at Bermuda Run Town Hall, Cooleemee Town Hall, Mocksville Town Hall, Mocksville-Davie Parks and Recreation Department, and the Cooleemee Recreation Department.
You may also download a printable copy of the survey.
Step Two: Attend a public input session
The Recreation Advisory Committee is holding three public input sessions at locations across the county to gain community input and opinion on current and future recreation facilities.
September 10, 2012 at the Cooleemee VFW (7722 Highway 801, Cooleemee NC 27014)
September 11, 2012 at the BB&T Soccer Park Fieldhouse (428 Twins Way, Advance NC 27006)
September 13, 2012 at the Davie County Public Library (371 N. Main St., Mocksville NC 27028)
(All meetings are scheduled as a floating event from 6:00pm to 7:30pm)
Make your voice count! Be sure to attend one or all of the scheduled meetings, and complete a Community Interest and Opinion Survey.