About Us

Department Responsibilities

The Moline Parks and Recreation Department is governed by the Moline Park Board, as appointed by the Mayor with advice and consent of the City Council. The Moline Parks and Recreation Department operates 23 parks comprised of more than 700 acres. This includes Riverside Family Aquatic Center, Greenvalley Sports Complex, Ben Butterworth Parkway, Sylvan Island, two municipal cemeteries, over 16 miles of trails, two public dog parks and more. In addition, we offer numerous programs in the areas of adult and youth sports, facility rentals, and special events.

Mission Statement - Adopted November 30, 2011
To enhance community wellness and quality of life by providing diverse recreational experiences, exceptional park programs, and well-maintained facilities.

Vision Adopted January 24, 2012
We make Moline a fun and healthy place to live, work, and play.

Core Values - Adopted November 30, 2011
Wellness: We promote healthy lifestyles to our individuals, families, and community as a whole.
Community Focus: We enhance community pride by providing essential park and recreation services.
Quality services: We provide diverse recreational programs, opportunities, and facilities.
Adaptability: We make innovative use of our resources to meet the evolving needs of our community.
Collaboration: We work with community partners and volunteers to serve our residents and visitors.

Park and Recreation Master Plan
Master Plan Document
The Park and Recreation Master Plan was adopted September 11, 2014

Todd Slater
Greg Johnson
Yvonne Brolander
Cemetery Manager
Park Operations Manager
Administrative Coordinator
of Parks & Recreation
Amanda Bolt, CPRP, CPO
Stacy Laake, CPRP
Teresa Leedle, CPRP, CPO
Recreation Coordinator -
Riverside Family Aquatic Center
Special Events/
Marketing Specialist
Recreation Coordinator -
Greenvalley Softball Complex
Justin Brandt
Recreation Specialist