Citizens Advisory Board
We strive to engender the widespread appreciation and enjoyment of Westmoreland County's natural resources through its recreational facilities and programming.
We intend to facilitate the implementation of Westmoreland County's Parks Horizons: A Comprehensive Park, Recreation and Open Space Plan to assure and enhance the quality of life within the region.
We intend to fulfill our mission by:
- supporting the acquisition, development, and preservation of land; rights-of-way; landscaping projects; recreational and educational structures, facilities, equipment; and programs
- harnessing and coordinating the potential energy of community organizations working to enhance the quality of life
- advocating a unifying partnership among governments, stakeholders, and interested citizens
- encouraging the growth of the Westmoreland County Parks and Recreation Fund of the Community Foundation of Westmoreland County
View the 2020 Annual Report here
Support the CAB!
The Westmoreland County Parks and Recreation Citizens Advisory Board, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation and donations to it are tax deductible (ID #25-1895187).
Download the Citizens Advisory Board Planned Giving Brochure
The Citizens Advisory Board may also be designated as your United Way Contributor Choice as option #1327170.
All Fellows Awardees will be honored at our annual Westmoreland County Parks and Recreation Citizens Advisory Board Green Luncheon in September. Check out the Green Luncheon page for more information. Your cumulative gifts will determine your level of recognition.
Board MeetingsThe Citizens Advisory Board meets the fourth Tuesday of every other month at the Westmoreland County Public Works Building, 194 Donohoe Road, Greensburg, PA 15601. Meetings start at 7:30 a.m.
Board of Directors
Daniel Vasinko, Chairman
Jay Tarara, Vice-Chairman
Mandy Zalich, 2nd Vice Chairman
Dave Hawk, Treasurer
Robert Myers, D. Ed., Secretary
Ronald Gdovic, Ph.D.
Dr. Robert Keeler, DC
Joyce Novotny-Prettiman, Esquire
Theresa Gay Rohall
John Ward, Esquire