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Parks & Recreation

Parks & Recreation Department
835 North 14th Avenue
Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
Phone: 920-746-2912
Fax: 920-746-2906

2024 Summer Newsletter
2024 Recycling Calendar
2024 Park Reservation Form 
2024 Large Item Collection Form 
2024 City Wide Garage Sale Map
2024 Harmony by the Bay Concert Schedule
2024 Movies in the Park 
Compost Site Permit Form 
2020 Five Year Outdoor Recreation Plan
2019 Sunset Park Bradley Lake Master Plan
2024 Weed Notice
2024 Kickoff to Summer Flyer

The Park and Recreation Department is located within the Municipal Services Building on 14th Avenue in Sturgeon Bay.

The office hours of the Park & Recreation Department are 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and can be reached by calling 920-746-2912 or through e-mail at the Parks Department.

Department Personnel
Municipal Services Director – Mike Barker
Public Works Crew Supervisor – Benji Potier
Municipal Services Administrative Assistant – Colleen DeGrave

Harbor Master/Aquatic Water Weeds Manager - Ryan Londo
Municipal Services Secretary - Stephanie Gomez

The Director is responsible for the City parks, docks, and marina. He also holds the role of City Forester.
There are approximately 187 acres of land to maintain which consists of 14 parks, nine ball fields, six tennis courts, two launching ramps, an ice skating rink, City waterfront walkways, waterweed maintenance of the Bay of Sturgeon Bay, and two beaches all within the City of Sturgeon Bay.

The maintenance consists of pruning and hedge trimming of greenery, planting flowers, cutting grass, bathroom maintenance, garbage and recycling collection in all parks, playground equipment/bleacher maintenance and general caretaking of the City parks.

The Forestry Department is also included in the Parks & Recreation Department. This includes enforcing the City ordinance related to the planting, pruning, and cutting of trees in City right of ways.

The Director is also responsible for authorizing permits for the 95 moorings in the Bay of Sturgeon Bay and the setting of regulatory buoys in the Bay.