The Pelham Parks & Recreation Department is dedicated to providing and maintaining quality athletic programs and facilities in a clean, attractive, and operable condition that promotes safety, improves quality of life, and encourages unity and pride within the community.
The department is responsible for maintaining the city park and four neighborhood parks. The city park is centrally located off Highway 31. Four neighborhood parks are located in Chandalar, Oak Mountain Estates, Mallard Point, and Fun-Go-Holler Park, the newest addition to the park system, is located beside the Pelham Racquet Club off of Highway 52.
Community Easter Egg Hunt:
The City of Pelham will hold its annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Pelham Youth Football Field.
Festivities will begin at 9:00am. The Easter Bunny will hide over 10,000 eggs for children between the ages of 0-12 to find.
All children in the community are invited to participate. This event is sponsored by the City of Pelham and the Park and Recreation Board.
For further details, contact Billy Crandall at 205.620.6426.
Opening Day for Baseball/Softball: