Our Board of Directors
Bryan Seibel – President
Greg Cowell – Vice-President
Jen Semel – Treasurer
Don Pepe – Borough Manager
Joan Wolfe- Parks and Recreation Director
Al Hollerman – Maintenance Manager
Chuck Durr – Assistant to the Maintenance Manager
Cheyenne Warriner – Activities Director
Nancy Hoffmann – Invaluable Volunteer
Hours: 6:00AM to Dusk. If renting a shelter; 6AM to 11PM
Please keep our park clean. Dispose of trash in receptacles.
The Rotary playground is designated for children ages 12 and under who must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.
Park in designated areas only; no overnight parking. Motorbikes, minibikes, snowmobiles, all terrain vehicles are not permitted. Obey posted traffic regulations. Rules of the road are strictly enforced by the police.
Shelters: All persons renting shelters must abide by the shelter rental rules which are outlined on the reservation form.
Prohibited Activities: Camping, Hunting, Shooting, Trapping, possession or use of fire arms, destruction or interference of wildlife, open burning, illegal drug use, alcohol or tobacco use without permit, disorderly conduct, public intoxication, disposing of household and any other outside waste material in trash receptacles or dumpsters, unauthorized group activities.
Pets must be leashed at all times. No pets permitted on or around ball fields. You must clean up after your pet. All pet waste should be placed in designated container located at parking lot entrance.
Skateboarding is permitted in the park, but is prohibited on park equipment, park tables, playground equipment, basketball and tennis courts.
Any person/persons who vandalize park property will be fully and financially responsible for any damages.
Friends of the Park Mission Statement
The Community Park Association’s mission is to provide safe and clean recreational facilities with respect to the park’s natural resources and physical structures and infrastructure. This is accomplished by offering engaging and varied activities which promote health through physical activity and the chance to have good fun for all ages.
The Community Park Association does so in the conjunction with Zelienople Borough, which owns the park property and provides financial and physical support, as well as through partnership and assistance from Jackson Township to promote a regional park amenity.