Parks and Recreation Department

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    Parks and Recreation Office, Room 110
    Town Hall, 2 Renshaw Road
    203 656-7325 phone
    203 656-7393 fax
    Open Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 4:30pm, closed Holidays

    Online Registration:

    • Jim Coghlan, CPRP
       Interim Director
    • Jeanne Foulds
      Office Administrator
    • Joan Cavett
      Program Secretary
    • Linda Hannett
      Program Secretary
    • James E. Flynn
      Supervisor of Parks Maintenance


    The mission of the Darien Parks and Recreation Department is to nurture active and passive recreational activities within existing Town parklands; to maintain clean and attractive facilities, and to adjust and expand both the recreational programs and parklands to meet the recreational requirements of all residents in a cost effective manner.

    The primary goal of the Department is to provide an environment which promotes and encourages the enhancement of individual lives through the social, physical, mental, and emotional benefits of participation in physical activity or passive involvement within the parks.

    Disclaimer:  The Parks and Recreation Department tries to assure the accuracy and timeliness of the information stated within this homepage.  Neither the Parks and Recreation Department or the Webmaster make any warranty or assume legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, reliability, or completeness of the data described and/or contained within this web site and shall not be liable for improper or incorrect use.  

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