Indian Valley Recreation & Park District provides recreational and community opportunities throughout Indian Valley for residents and visitors of all ages...
Founded in 1966, the Indian Valley Recreation & Parks District (IVRPD) is an un-funded government entity run by volunteers. The purpose of IVRPD is to promote recreation and provide facilities for recreational activities. "Recreation" as defined in the bylaws means any activity, voluntarily engaged in, which contributes to the education, entertainment, or physical, mental, cultural, or moral development of the individual or group participating. Our board meetings are public, see below for the next meeting date and agenda, and we would love to work with anyone interested in starting any sort of "recreational" program. See our classes and programs pages to see what we currently offer! IVRPD also manages the Indian Valley Community Center located in downtown Greenville. See the schedule and rental information pages to find out more about using the center for your next event. We are always looking for volunteers to help up-keep the community center and run programs, please contact us today if you are interested in becoming involved!
BOARD OF DIRECTORS VACANCIES
IVRPD currently has two open positions for Board of Directors. For more information, please visit one of the Board of Director meetings, or call Matt Cerney, Board Chair. Join the team at the Indian Valley Community Center! You Are Needed! 530.284.7385 for more information.
Next IVRPD Board Meeting:
The Indian Valley Recreation & Parks District Board meets monthly at the Community Center. Meetings are typically the 3rd Wednesday of the month from 5:30-7:30. These meetings are open to the public and attendance in welcome! Please come to share thoughts, interests, and concerns about any of our programs or facilities. We are volunteers who are involved with IVRPD to help serve the needs of the community.
The next Board Meeting is scheduled for June 17, 2020.