ADA Policies and Procedures
Persons with special needs or requirements, relating to programs administered by the City of Clinton Recreation Department, should notify the Office of the Director in advance of their event or visit at 865-457-1163. Request should be made 48 hrs in advance if possible, so that we may attempt to fulfill your request for special accommodations. The City of Clinton encourages everyone to participate in and use our programs and facilities.
5/27/20
PARKS AND RECREATION DEPT ANNOUNCES SOME FACILITIES OPENING FRIDAY
The following openings and closures will take effect Friday May 29th, 2020.

All walking trails and tennis courts will remain open with tennis courts still following current restrictions of individual use or doubles play with no large groups gathering. Athletic fields and/or ball fields will open to the public for individual or single team use with absolutely NO scrimmages or games or large groups gathering. The Horse Arena located at Jaycee Park will be open for individual use but will not permit any shows or events to take place at this time.

The Clinton Community Center, including the indoor pool and bowling alley, will remain closed to the public, as well as the indoor and outdoor basketball courts, splashpads, playgrounds, and pavilions in the parks.

The Green McAdoo Cultural Center has a tentative date for re-open on June 28th dependent on The State Museum.

Summer camp for essential city residents will begin on June 8th with applications being taken currently.

The Jaycee Pool will be closed this season for REPAIRS.

The annual Fourth of July event is canceled for this year. Instead,.. the city is hoping for a Labor Day weekend celebration, no details have been confirmed. Parks and Rec officials are encouraging citizens to safely participate in the celebration of our independence, by decorating your homes and sharing them with us using Twitter, Facebook, & Instagram with hashtag, #clintonchillandgrill

The City of Clinton, Parks and Recreation Department is committed to providing safe recreational facilities and activities for our community to utilize during the coronavirus pandemic. We ask that those using these spaces will adhere to social distancing requirements and are encouraged to use all precautions to make for a safe environment.

All parks and recreation facilities will be reevaluated in mid-June, dependent on the Governorís orders for re-opening. As we transition into re-opening, please be patient and mindful as we all adhere to CDC guidelines and regulations concerning COVID-19 Pandemic.