WEPOSC Wants you!
The West End Park and Open Space Commission is always looking to add new classes and programs that are of interest to our community. If you have a special skill, interest, or talent and would be willing to share your passion with others, contact 992-9733 to discuss your program.
Friends of WEPOSC
This group is a non-profit, tax-exempt PA corporation created to provide funding to support community projects, programs, recreational activities and the West End Park development. Attend a meeting and find out how you can help! Meetings are the 2nd Wednesday each month at the Ross Township Municipal Bldg on Anchorage Road, Saylorsburg starting at 6pm. Call 992-9733 for details.
West End Regional Park
West End Regional Park Master Plan Report
ZUMBA Dance Class 6-7pm Tuesdays @ C-hill Park info
RIPPED Fitness Class 7:15pm
Tuesdays @ C-hill Park info
FALL into CASH (raffle)
$30,000.00 in Prizes $$$$
BINGO Fri, May 17 6:30pm
Chestnuthill Park info
Volleyball League @ C-hill Park (sand court) June 13 - Aug 15 info
TENNIS Lessons; Tues& Thur
May 14 - Aug 1 (6 & UP) info
CRAFT/GIFT Fair Sat, May 25
Chestnuthill Park 10am info
TENNIS FESTIVAL FREE!
June 15, 10am - Noon info
CONCERT Cole & Eckert
Sun, June 23 6pm info
Victorian Tea Sat, June 9
11am -3pm C-hill Park info
HELP Build a Park!
Earn $'s for WEPOSC
Fly Fishing on the McMichaels Creek
(Pohoqualine Fish Assoc)info
Open Space Hikes
7:00PM, 2nd Wednesday of each month at the Ross Township Municipal Building, Anchorage Road, Saylorsburg
Friends of WEPOSC
6:00PM, 2nd Wednesday of each month at the Ross Township Municipal Building, Ancorage Road, Saylorsburg
Ross Township Park & Recreation Meeting
6:30PM, First Wednesday of each month at Ross Township Municipal Building, Anchorage Road, Saylorsburg
Chestnuthill Historical 7pm,
Third Wednesday each month
at Chestnuthill Park Bldg.
The West End Park and Open Space Commission (WEPOSC) will plan, design, develop, program, and maintain the West End Regional Park with the spirit and resources necessary to conserve the priceless legacy of the natural and culturally significant property as a public park.
According to the Monroe 2020 Comprehensive Plan, adopted in 1999, open space is the most distinguishing feature of Monroe County. In 2001, the County Commissioners approved the Monroe County Open Space Plan, which sets the county’s conservation priorities and call for a county that is “forever green”- a county featuring an open space system linked by a network of preserved land and trails.
The West End communities of Chestnuthill, Ross, Eldred and Polk Townships participated in the creation of the Open Space and Recreation Plan in 2002. The recreation and open space needs of each community and the area were considered during a series of interviews, community meetings, and discussions held with a variety of people who plan, oversee and implement recreation services in the region. The plan was officially adopted by the participating municipalities in January 2003.
The Open Space and Recreation Plan recommended developing a 244 acre multi-use facility on Merwine-Hilltop Road, known as the Romascavage property, in Chestnuthill Township. This plan works to carry out Monroe County’s vision of protecting environmental resources, creating greenways and establishing new parklands.
WEPOSC was created in September of 2006 by an Intergovernmental Cooperation Agreement amongst Ross and Chestnuthill Townships along with the Pleasant Valley School District. The commission will provide for planning, development, operation, maintenance and programming for the West End Regional Park.
The Commission shall be three (3) representatives appointed by each participating municipality and one (1) representative appointed by the Pleasant Valley School District. It employs an Executive Director and assists the park and recreation boards of all West End communities.
This initiative represents an innovative, long-term effort by these public bodies to jointly fund and support the development and operation of parks that will host activities from across the region. “Working together” enables the municipalities to provide more recreational opportunities, preserve land and improve the quality of life of our residents.