According to Section 10.19 of the City of Greenfield Municipal Code (ordinance #2891), dogs are permitted in parks, as long as it's in a designated area as allowed in accordance with posted restrictions, and on a leash no more than six feet in length. Dogs are NOT allowed in parks at any time in picnic areas, children's play areas, athletic fields, or in the Farmer's Market. Dogs are also not allowed in parks during the annual Dan Jansen Family Festival, Fourth of July events, concert in the park events, and other special events. The City ordinance does not pertain to service dogs, or dogs that are necessary and required by any person having a hearing or sight impairment or disability. Please pick up after your pet and dispose off premises.
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In addition, small groups of 24 or less have the option of renting the “portico” area attached to the garage facility at Konkel Park or the new gazebo area just off the parking lot at Konkel Park. Permit reservations are taken for the current year on the first business day of the new year and require a completed permit and payment of fees to secure your date.
Please call the Parks and Recreation Department for information on rates and availability or visit the Konkel Park Facilities page to find the forms needed.
Picnic areas/tables are available at all city parks without a permit on a first come first-served basis. Konkel Park Facilities Page
In addition, those 18 and over can apply for summer seasonal park laborer positions and concession stand workers. Some positions (lifeguard, water safety instructor, head program instructor) may require extra certifications and/or training, some of which are offered through the Recreation Department. Pay rates start at minimum wage and increase as training and/or level of responsibility increases.
The amount of financial assistance is determined by the Director of Parks and Recreation based on the information provided and is valid for the current season. Additional information may be required or updated assistance forms needed for subsequent seasons.
Also if the class is full by that date, we may offer another class time or place your name on a waiting list for an enlarged class roster or another class date. Once the “Time Out” date has passed, you may still be able to register for a class if openings still exist. Some classes will be closed as of the “Time Out” date so materials can be prepared. Please plan ahead using the “Time Out” date as your guide.
A copy is automatically mailed to all Greenfield residents (single family and multi-family addresses) 3 times per year. Copies are also available at City Hall and at the Greenfield Library. In addition, Greenfield and Whitnall school offices have “reference” copies as does the Hales Corners Library.
This submittal should include a description (detailed as possible) of your program, the ages you wish to reach, supplies and/or room set-up needed and fee that you would charge to teach your class. Program suggestions are always encouraged by calling the department or jotting down your idea at the bottom of your registration form on the space provided.