WILLIAMSON PARK COMMITTEE
Williamson Park is a 70+ acre woodland reserve in the City of Darlington adjacent to Swift Creek, east of Spring Street and north of Williamson Park Drive. The purpose of Williamson Park is to be a woodland reserve for native plants and wildlife, for the enjoyment and education of all.
The Williamson Park Committee was initially established to redevelop the swamp land so that its botanical paradise could be enjoyed by all. The Committee meets today to increase awareness and appreciation of this natural setting.
Mr. Jay Ervin, chair
Dr. Andrew Cohen, vice chair
Ms. Rosanne Brasington
Mr. Stephen Carroll
Mrs. Cathy Howle
Mrs. Brigette Lawson
Mr. Jack Weaver
Mr. Adam Houle
CITY OFFICIALS, EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS
Brantley Jett, City Recreation Director
Lee Andrews, County Director of Parks & Recreation
John Payne, City Manager
Al Britt, Park Manager
Time & Day: Second Tuesday of the Month @ 5:30 p.m.
Location: City Hall (400 Pearl St.)
For more information: Recreation Department (843) 398-4030