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You may fish in the park after hours if you obtain an After Hours Fishing Pass at the Parks & Recreation Office during regular business hours. These passes are free, but you must have on with you at all times after hours to be permitted in the park. The Park Office is open Monday-Friday 7:30 am - 4:00 pm.
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Option 1: Register online by clicking the link next to the program you wish to register for. Option 2: Visit the Parks & Recreation Office at 800 North Park Avenue.
For large community events, please tune into Lake City Rock 107.3 WRSW or Willie 103.5 FM for event notices after hours. We will also make an effort to keep our Facebook page updated. During business hours, you may call the Park Office at (574) 372-9554.
Absolutely! We value every willing hand and heart that helps with our programs and events. Volunteers are what make our programs successful and possible for the community. We have almost every opportunity imaginable to suit your skills and interests. Call us at (574) 372-9554 or email us for questions, information, or to discuss opportunities.
Warsaw Parks and Recreation Department facilities may be reserved one year in advance on the first working day of the month your event is scheduled for. Reservations may be made online or through the Parks & Recreation Office at 800 North Park Avenue. Some facilities require deposits, so please call the Park Office at (574) 372-9554 for more information.
Sponsors are the core of successful programming. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please contact the Recreation Director, Shiela Wieringa, or call (574) 372-9554. Sponsorship packages are available that offer different benefits to your organization.
To be considered for a performance date, you must submit a press kit (hard copy or electronic) to the Recreation Director by email or by mail at 800 North Park Avenue, Warsaw, IN 46580. Press kits must include music demos, references (no bars or clubs), and past venues performed at. Please no phone calls. We will contact you if more information is needed or to pursue further opportunities.
Dogs are not permitted in any of Warsaw's parks. At this time, there are no plans for a dog park within the city. Service dogs are permitted and welcome, but they must be clearly identified and you should have proper paperwork with you.
The City of Warsaw provides snow removal assistance to those deemed unable to do so themselves by a medical professional. Only the snow accumulated at the end of a driveway by the snow plows will be removed by the City. Citizens are responsible for snow removal in the rest of the driveway and on their property. An application for assistance can be found here (PDF).