Stayton Parks and Recreation
The City of Stayton owns and maintains pedestrian trails, mini-parks, neighborhood parks, community parks, and natural open spaces. The City maintains 12.7 acres of neighborhood parks, 7.65 acres of community parks, and 106 acres of open space parks. The City's parks system is highly valued by residents and visitors because they help make Stayton a livable community.
Parks and Recreation Master Plan
The Parks and Recreation Master Plan was adopted in March 2005 by the City Council after an extensive public process to identify the needs of the community in the future and how best to meet those needs.
The Parks and Recreation Master Plan can be found here.
2003 Pamphlet - Future Stayton Trail System
Parks and Recreation Board
The Parks and Recreation Board is responsible for developing and maintaining parks and recreation programs, as well as serving as an advisory board to the City Council.