The Washington County Commissioners on Tuesday approved a $500,000 budget for Program Open Space funds for the next budget year, which starts July 1.
The commissioners asked for no changes in the budget recommended by the Parks and Recreation Board.
Most of the projects are funded with 90 percent money and 10 percent county funds.
The biggest winner was the Washington County Agricultural Education Center, which will receive $115,555 for various projects.
Washington County Agricultural Education Center, storm water pond, parking lot, pavilion, $115,555.
Chestnut Grove Park basketball, tennis courts, $33,333.
North County Park development of fields, $56,880.
Woodland Way Park playground equipment, $33,333.