Community Partnerships


The Community Partnership Program began in 1999 with the Sandridge CommunityAugusta Community Park Association at Jamestown Community Center. The City believes that community partnerships will both enhance and significantly improve the community's awareness and pride in parks throughout the City as well as save tax dollars.

Currently, our Department has four partnerships with community organizations that handle the day-to-day operation of parks and community centers throughout the City. For more information regarding community partnerships, please call (706) 796-5025.
 
The Boys and Girls Club of the CSRA

The Boys and Girls Club of Augusta manages programs at W.T. Johnson and Henry H. Brigham Community Center. The Boys and Girls Club offers Day Camps, Afterschool Programs & Tutorial Programs for you ages 6-18 years of age. For more information on programs offered, please call (706) 821-2865.
 
East Augusta Neighborhood Association

The East Augusta Neighborhood Association operates Eastview Community Center on Aiken Street. The East Augusta Neighborhood Association handles the daily operation of Eastview Community, which includes providing programs and staff for an after school program and senior adult program. For more information on Eastview Community Center, please call (706) 722-2302.

Sandridge Community Association

The Sandridge Community Association has operated the Jamestown Community Center, which is located on New Karleen Road. The Sandridge Community Association handles the day to day operations of Jamestown, which includes an after school program and a summer enrichment program. For more information regarding the programs and services offered at Jamestown Community Center, please call (706) 790-1805.

MACH Academy

MACH Academy, Inc established in April 1992 is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization that has operated and managed the Fleming Tennis Center since 2002. Our goal is to inspire participants to become academic achievers, champion athletes, and responsible citizens through education, technology and recreational enrichment experiences. MACH Academy's program offerings include: academic support (to include tutoring and homework assistance, CRCT/SAT Prep, college planning and career exploration), computer literacy, social skills development, healthy eating sessions as well as tennis/fitness instruction are provided year round for youth 3 - 18 and adults. We also seek opportunities to help low income families become home owners through our Family Housing project. To contact please call (706) 5046 or visit Mach Academy.