Scout projects are an integral part of our parks system and community. While our Scouts learn valuable leadership skills by planning and organizing projects, our parks and community benefit from their skills and determination. The photos displayed above are just a sampling of the many, lasting projects that have been built by Scouts and contributed to our parks.
Those interested in completing a project in our parks or facilities should contact Carly Greene in the Recreation Department to learn more about our process and get started on your path to completion. We can help you choose a project or provide you with suggestions. Please complete the online Scout Project Application to begin discussing your project proposal.
An ongoing list of Scouts and their projects is maintained below Please check back to this page for updates.
|Benches or Tables with Roofs at Murrysville Community Park|
|Trail signs or Trail blazing at Townsend Park|
|Trail signs or Trail blazing at Kellman and Skena Reserves|
|Chimney swift towers|
|Veterans history project-any or all Veterans in the community could be documented|
|Murrysville history project-the Historical society, Library and municipal offices house much information|
|History project to document Scout projects in Murrysville parks and community|
|Steps at Townsend pond|
|Insect hotels at MCP or Pleasant Valley Park|