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Given the circumstances and uncertainty of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Westmoreland County Bureau of Parks and Recreation and the Citizens Advisory Board feel it is prudent to cancel the public events portion of the March for Parks on March 21st. The March for Parks will not be held this year at either Twin Lakes Park or the Murrysville SportZone.
Teams can still donate to the march online via PayPal or by mail. Teams who send in money or have already donated $25 or more can pick up their official t-shirt at a time to be determined. Sponsors will still receive all promotional benefits related to the events, unless they choose otherwise.
We are still working on several exciting new projects in your County parks and trails, and your support is more important now than ever. We are working on putting the final touches to the Mammoth Park Giant Slide complex and completing Phase Two of the Cedar Creek Park improvements. New projects include improvements to baseball and soccer complexes at Northmoreland Park, upgrades to the Twin Lakes Dog Park, closing the middle gap of the Westmoreland Heritage Trail from Export to Delmont, and improvements to restrooms, parking lots, walkways, and playgrounds at all parks.
For more information and to donate via PayPal, please visit www.co.westmoreland.pa.us/MFP. If you have any questions or concerns, please call the Bureau of Parks and Recreation at (724) 830-3950.
Thanks to all for your support… both past and future! We look forward to working with you in the year ahead to provide quality park and recreation resources for local residents.