Parks & Recreation

Parks & Conservation Plan 2022-2026 Public Input Needed

The city is updating their 5-year Parks and Conservation Plan and are relying on community members input on city parks and conservation lands.  The intent of the plan is to provide direction for Muskego’s park, recreation, and conservation efforts over the next five (5) years that will lead users of all age groups, and users of all different preferences, to actively enjoy the city’s recreational system.  This plan is created based on recommendations for parks, recreation, and conservation based on the community needs and desires from city staff and public input.

The City has sent a survey to residents who live within 1000 feet of a city park. We are also asking for general public input in order to determine how the parks are used from day to day by all users as well as determine what current amenities you may see as deficient and what amenities you might see as a need in the future in the parks you visit. 

You can take the surveys for all the parks, or only those you frequently visit.  Each link will take you to a survey site that asks questions specific to each park area. We ask that the completed survey be taken no later than October 31.  In the coming months the survey results collected will help guide the future recommendations of that plan. 

Thank you for your help in collecting this much needed feedback on Muskego Parks and Conservation lands!

Eastern Parks (Bluhm Farm Park, Kurth Park, Schmidt Park, Sand Hill Park) 
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PCR-Eastern

City Hall Parks (Horn Park, Lions Park, Old Settlement Centre, Veterans Memorial Park)
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PCR-CityHall

Denoon Park                                                                                                                            https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PCR-Denoon

Northern Parks (Idle Isle Park, Jensen & Lee Hubka Park, Park Arthur)        https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PCR-North

Central Parks (Freedom Square, Manchester Hill Park, Moorland Park)               https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PCR-Central

Conservation/General Park Questions                                                                                https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PCR-General

Moorland Park - was initially missed in the Central Parks questionnaire so it has been added as it own survey for completion                                                                                                        https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MoorlandONLY


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The digital copy of the Fall 2021 Program Guide is now here.  Click to view the guide: Fall 2021 Program Guide  

If you would like to use our digital flip book, best viewable on a desktop click here: https://indd.adobe.com/view/ff934278-1eb7-4237-8e12-b7eb6cb3c0bc

All forms of registration (in person, over the phone and online) will start Tuesday, August 24 at 8:15AM for residents.  Non-resident registration will start on August 31.

We are also mailing out a condensed version of the program guide that only includes program titles, dates and times. The full guide with program descriptions and details will remain in the digital only format.  You can also view the full program information on each class on our website. 

Our new recreation website is live and will be used for all registrations going forward. As this is a new site, you will need to set-up your new family account on your first visit. This site will allow for program registrations, park rentals, and more.  You can visit this new site by clicking on the recreation picture on the front page of the City's website or here:  https://cityofmuskego.activityreg.com/

If you have a question on the status of programs, please email us at ezrecreg@cityofmuskego.org and we will clarify.

Mission

The Muskego Parks and Recreation Department is committed to meeting current and future community needs by offering quality, safe, and affordable programs and facilities, while stressing cooperation and collaboration within Muskego and surrounding communities, and by providing safe, multiple use, and aesthetically pleasing parks, open spaces, related facilities, and natural resource preservation.

We are committed to serving you better by efficiently expanding our programs, facilities, and service.