About Sedalia Parks & Recreation

Mission Statement -Sedalia Parks and Recreation Department to offer an optimum number of recreation and leisure programs to our citizens.  Our goal is to provide facilities for the enjoyment of recreation and leisure through programs which are made available to the public.

The Sedalia Parks & Recreation Department oversees over 300 acres of park land and maintains 7 parks.  Liberty, Centennial, Clover Dell, Hubbard, Housel, Katy, and Vermont Park.  A wide array of sports, recreation activities, lessons and special events are available for citizens of all ages. Open space, parks, and trails provide opportunities to enjoy the natural beauty of Sedalia.

The Department is organized into two divisions: Park Maintenance and Recreation Services. 

Park Maintenance is responsible for the management, maintenance, and operation of parks, playgrounds, indoor and outdoor recreation facilities, athletic fields, grounds, and special events support. It is also responsible for the maintenance of small equipment and the capital replacement of the Parks & Recreation Department’s fleet.

Recreation Services provides a broad spectrum of leisure services to meet the needs of all segments of the community. This includes group and individual programming to promote a high quality of life through positive, social, cultural, psychological, emotional, and physiological development. The sections administers: Adult & Youth Sports Programming; Aquatics; Community Recreation & Special Events and Concessions.

Meet Us

Amy Epple

Matt Harris
Parks Superintendent


Jeff Mazzella
Asst. Parks Superintendent

Matt Clevenger
Michia Richardson
Shawna Yager

Josh Anderson
Charles Amos


Savannah Chambers
Recreation Supervisor

Renaie Hoard
Executive Administrative  Assistant

Jaymi Wells
Administrative Assistant

Park Board Commissioners

Jerry Case

Roy Poynter

Megan Simon

Rhiannon Foster
Chris Stewart

Dan VanDyne
Les Wolpers

Dr. Bill Woolery
Kristy Woolery

Park Board Meetings

Click here for the monthly agenda: Park Board agenda June

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