Parks & Recreation Commission
Oakland County, MichiganBoard of CommissionersParks & Recreation Commission

Parks & Recreation Commission

The Parks and Recreation Commission was established pursuant to the Michigan Compiled Law, MCL 46.351. The Commission’s purpose is to preserve park land and to create recreational, leisure, and learning experiences for county residents. The Commission consists of 10 members: the Road Commissioner for Oakland County, the Water Resources Commissioner, a member of the Regional Planning Agency, and seven (7) members appointed by the Oakland County Board of Commissioners, not more than three (3) of whom shall be members of the Board of Commissioners. Members serve 3-year terms. They receive a $35 per diem and county allowance mileage reimbursement.
 
For more information on the Parks & Recreation Commission, including information on upcoming meetings and events, please click here or call 888-OCPARKS.
 
We are not currently accepting applications.