The City of White Settlement features more than 200 acres of developed park lands, with 3 community parks, 6 neighborhood parks and Recreation Center. Our Parks & Recreation offer a wide variety of youth and adult activities and sports programs to enjoy throughout the year. We invite you to come discover and enjoy White Settlement Parks & Recreation.
White Settlement Parks and Recreation Mission Statement:
“Come, Discover & Enjoy White Settlement”
To ensure for the provision of a long-term balanced park and open space system for the enjoyment of all to “Come, Discover and Enjoy”.
To provide sustainable parks, recreation facilities and programs to meet the needs and desires of the citizenry of White Settlement with choices that lead to healthy living.
To ensure that all park facilities meet the most current safety guidelines and accessibility standards.
To provide leisure recreational opportunities for all ages with convenient access to parks and trail systems.
To actively pursue the acquisition of available land for future park developments in concert with the standards and priorities set forth by the City of White Settlement.
To partner with local youth sports organizations by providing athletic fields and facilities for organized youth sports programs.
To encourage and promote cooperation with White Settlement ISD to allow public use of outdoor recreation facilities during non-school hours and to coordinate future development for the benefit of all.
Open Space Goal:
To identify, protect and preserve natural open spaces for unstructured recreational activities; as well as, protect and accentuate the inherent aesthetic value local green space ecosystems provide to the community.
To limit development in natural open spaces in order to minimize adverse effects on valuable ecosystems.
To plan park and open space developments in a manner that provides economic benefit to the community.
To develop and provide an open space trail system along creeks, floodways and utility easements that will link public and private recreational facilities, neighborhoods, school campuses and cultural landscapes.
To address natural open space needs when developing active recreational facilities to provide citizens with well-balanced recreational experiences that include both active and passive opportunities.