To preserve, protect, maintain and enhance the city's parklands and recreational facilities and engage people in leisure activities that contribute to their quality of life.
The Enoch Davis Center is an 18,000 square foot multi-service center located adjacent to the James Weldon Johnson Branch Library. The facility houses space for human service agencies, two meeting rooms, two multi-purpose halls, a computer lab, snack bar, and many other nice amenities.
On-site agencies provide direct services at the Enoch Davis Center. These agencies help residents with various social service needs such as congregate dining, and legal services. You can even pay your City of St. Petersburg water utility bill right here. When it comes to family, friends and community, Enoch Davis Center is a great place to start.
Part of our mission is to carry out Rev. Davis’ lifelong dedication to make our community a rich and great place to live.
The Enoch Davis Center was named for the Rev. Enoch D. Davis, a long time activist and civic leader in the
community. The building was opened on September 13, 1981, and is operated under the Office on Aging, a division of
Parks and Recreation.