Parks & Parkway Commission
Mandeville Parks and Parkways Commission

Scott Discon - Chairman
Eric McQuiston - Vice Chairwoman
Lee Frederick
Karin Lorenz Crosby
Ann Marie Fargason
Marilyn Osborne
Will Afton

Meeting dates
The Parks and Parkways Commission holds regular meetings on the first Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m. in the City of Mandeville Court Room

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agendas

THE CITY OF MANDEVILLE'S PARKS AND PARKWAYS COMMISSION WILL HOLD THEIR ANNUAL CALADIUM BULB SALE AT THE MANDEVILLE TRAILHEAD ON SATURDAY, MAY 11, 2019 FROM 9 A.M. TO 1 P.M.  THE SALE WILL WILL CONSIST OF #1 CAROLYN WHORTON, RED FLASH AND AARON SPECIES.  THEY WILL SELL FOR $1.00 PER BULB.  IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CONTACT CATHERINE CASANOVA AT 624-3103.

Street Tree Planting Program:

The City of Mandeville offers a  for residents of the City.  This is an initiative under Parks and Parkway's Re-Leaf program.  The goal of this program is to encourage tree planting in the public space in front of the residence or business to restore Mandeville's tree canopy.  Up to two trees are available at no cost to residents, with an agreement to provide "after care" for the first two years.  If interested in this program, please click on link below for an application.

Street Tree Application

Marigny Ave "Edible Garden" Project

GNOEC Under Pass Project

Wildflower Project:

The Wildflower Project is located in the "triangle" at the intersection of East Causeway Approach and U.S. Hwy 190.

The overall concept includes reestablishing a landscape on the area’s native ecosystem, the long leaf Pine Savannah and a native-plan community, consisting of native wildflowers. Overall, the plan includes planting of Longleaf Pines, Live Oaks and Red Oaks on the perimeter of the site and native wildflowers on the interior of the site.

The project provides over a hundred species of the native wildflowers.  This understory planting mix will undergo a transformative process in the first few years, as the native plants out-compete any weed establishment.  In lieu of the natural yearly burn cycle the local landscape originally thrived in, a onetime burn and a once per year cutback of the wildflower area will be the only long term maintenance commitment.  This may result in the area appearing "unkept” for the first few years; however, once established, this wildflower area will provide an appropriate beautification for all to enjoy.


Mandeville Parks and Parkways Commission provisions are outlined under CLURO sec 2.4.

   

 

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