§ 36-64-1. "Governing body" defined
§ 36-64-2. Authority to dedicate, set apart, acquire, or lease lands or buildings for recreation; appropriation for equipment and maintenance
§ 36-64-3. Establishment of system of supervised recreation; designation of board to provide and conduct recreational activities and facilities
§ 36-64-3.1. Use of dam sites and adjacent land for producing hydroelectric power
§ 36-64-4. Joint recreation systems
§ 36-64-5. Establishment of recreation board; powers and responsibilities; members; terms; officers; vacancies
§ 36-64-6. Acceptance of gifts for recreation purposes
§ 36-64-7. Issuance of bonds
§ 36-64-8. Petition for recreation system; provision of system on governing authority's own motion; referendums on issue of special tax and millage increase
§ 36-64-9. Establishment of system with tax money following favorable vote
§ 36-64-10. Levy and collection of recreation tax
§ 36-64-11. Payment of costs and expenses of recreation system; control of recreation fund
§ 36-64-12. Establishment, maintenance, and conduct of recreation system not mandatory
§ 36-64-13. Applicability of chapter generally
§ 36-64-14. Applicability of chapter to recreation and playground commissions, boards, and systems created by special Acts of General Assembly
§ 36-64-15. Removal of minimum or maximum recreation tax by municipality or county


TITLE 36 Chapter 64 NOTE

CROSS REFERENCES. --Powers and duties of Department of Natural Resources regarding promotion and organization of recreational systems or programs for municipalities, counties, and other governmental entities, § 12-3-1.
Am. Jur. Proof of Facts. --Playground Accidents -- Human Impact Tolerance, 21 POF2d 701.
   Negligent Operation of Public Swimming Pool, 34 POF2d 63.
ALR. --Liability to one struck by golf ball, 53 ALR4th 282.
   Liability of local government entity for injury resulting from use of outdoor playground equipment at municipally owned park or recreation area, 73 ALR4th 496.