The Marietta Parks and Recreation Department manages the city's park system and recreation centers and promotes…More sports and fitness, tourism, beautification projects and environmental awareness throughout the city.
The city is the steward of 18 parks, ranging from the 25-acre Laurel Park to Monarch Park's quarter-acre butterfly garden. The city also operates two recreation centers that provide after-school activities, classes and athletics.
This department is also responsible for Keep Marietta Beautiful, all of the city's cemeteries and city-sponsored special events.
The Parks and Recreation Department is located on the third floor of Marietta City Hall. Rich Buss serves as the director of Marietta Parks and Recreation.
The Marietta Public Works Department builds, manages and maintains the city's roadways, streets, sewage systems and…More bridges as well as operates the city's fleet management system. The department also issues building permits for all new construction and renovations in the city and conducts building inspections to make sure existing and current construction adhere to city codes.
The Public Works Department is located on the second floor of Marietta City Hall.
Dan Conn is the current director of the Marietta Public Words Department.