Parks and Facilities Maintenance Director
Parks and Facilities Maintenance Foreman
The Holland Charter Township Parks Department is comprised of 5 full-time employees and 25 seasonal employees. The Parks Department is responsible for all parks, athletic fields, boat launch, 68 miles of bike path system, Township facilities and two cemeteries. The goal of the Parks Department is to provide well maintained parks and facilities.
All Holland Charter Township parks are open from 6:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m. Alcoholic beverages are prohibited at all parks. Pets are allowed, but are required to be on a leash and are not allowed on athletic fields. Please pick up after your pet. Parking is prohibited on all grassy areas.
Holland Township offers rentals of four different pavilions in our park system. They include the Helder Park Large Pavilion, Dunton Park West Pavilion, Quincy Park West Pavilion, and Quincy Park East Pavilion. When pavilions are not rented, they are available for public use on a first come, first serve basis. All other pavilions in our park system are on a first, come first serve basis. For more information on the pavilion rental process, view rental calendars and more, please visit Park Pavilion Rentals.
Even though the parks are open to public use, Holland Charter Township does rent out various athletic fields (soccer, softball, etc.) as well as host Holland Charter Township Sponsored events throughout the year that take precedence. If you are looking to utilize a Holland Charter Township Athletic Field or Park facility other than for general use, please contact the Holland Charter Township Recreation Department at (616) 395-0178 or
The Parks Department is located at 14151 Quincy Street and may be contacted by phone at (616) 399-5496 or by e-mail at
The hunting, trapping or killing of animals in Holland Charter Township Parks is prohibited. "It shall be unlawful for any unauthorized person to chase, trap, injure, molest, kill, annoy or remove any animal, either wild or domestic, on land, in the air or in the water in any park." (Comp. Ords. 1987, § 20.252(d); Code 1991, § 9-5)