Maintain the Grounds
A groundskeeper can only do so much with limited assistance, and most do a sufficient amount of work tending to the grass, picking up trash and helping maintain a small ecosystem for rabbits, ducks and squirrels.
Do not try and save money by not getting an extra groundskeeper, as your current groundskeeper may be having a tough time completing all of his normal duties alone. The weeds, dried brush and tree branches that pepper the exterior of the park may not present an issue for people, but over time, weeds, dried brush and tree branches can grow wild if left unattended. If your park grounds are getting out of hand, go ahead and employ an extra set of hands to help eliminate these issues and beautify the park.
Most indoor gyms may still be utilizing the same bleachers, have the exact same hardwood floors, and use the same workout equipment that originally came with the place, and this could be a formula for disaster. You may find that the seats are starting to break apart, while the hardwood floor is cracking and losing its color, and if this is the case, you may want to redecorate the place in order to help draw more people to your indoor gym. Remember, you do not want people sitting on old, broken-down seats, nor do you want residents using workout equipment that can cause them injury. It is always better to offer residents a safe park with safe equipment to visit, and an upgrade can accomplish a better looking gym as well as draw in more individuals to the indoor stadium.
As with indoor facilities, an outdoor stadium usually is blanketed in some type of grass and has some style of seating, along with goal posts and a sports field of some kind. If the area on the field is filled with holes, damaged sprinklers that gush water, or if the grandstands are broken, spectators and participants can get seriously hurt, making individuals avoid your field entirely.
If you have the extra money in your budget, renovate a bit at a time so that residents can enjoy your outdoor field and you can avoid risking injury to visitors who may be at the park.