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West Chester Parks and Recreation
401 E Gay St, West Chester, PA 19380
Located in borough hall, the West Chester Parks and Recreation Department is responsible for overseeing the borough'sMore parks and organizing events within the community. Activities include park clean-ups, holiday events, park events and recreational sports leagues.  Keith A. Kurowski is the director of the parks and recreation department.
Chester County Parks and Recreation
601 Westtown Rd, West Chester, PA 19382
Located in Suite 160 of the Chester County Government Services building, Chester County Parks and Recreation isMore responsible for providing management, maintenance and recreational services for county residents. It also focuses on conservation so that visitors may experience local open space and understand the natural resources of Chester County. The parks department is run by an eight-person board that meets monthly.
West Chester Borough
401 E Gay St, West Chester, PA 19380
This is the municipal building for the borough of West Chester. It is home to the mayor's office, the borough council,More the police department, the parks and recreation department and the building and housing department. The borough serves a population of about 20,000.
Government Services Center
601 Westtown Rd Ste 370, West Chester, PA 19382
The Chester County Government Services Center is located off of Westtown Rd, and is the home to government offices notMore related to criminal justice or county management.  Besides being home to the Chester County Health Center, the services building is also home to the Planning Commission, the Parks and Recreation Department and many others.  The building is managed by the Department of Facilities.
Kathy McBratnie Park
300 W Nields St, West Chester, PA 19382
A bright mural stating, "West Chester Recreation is HOT! Drugs are NOT!" marks this small park. It is less than oneMore acre, but has quite a few swings.  It also has a large playground structure over woodchips, and two basketball hoops on half-courts. Benches sit in the shade along the outside of the park.  While there are no grills here, there are a couple of picnic tables, also in the shade. Across from West Chester University dorms, on the corner of West Nields and South New Street, this park was sometimes referred to as the New Street Playground.  The park opened as the Nields Street Park in 1955; the name was later changed. 
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