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PARKS AND RECREATION 2009 TV Series
  • Chris: The root of sarcasm is truth, Ann. (Season 4 episode The Treaty)

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  • Activist Groups
    • Citizens Against Black On Black Crime
      • Sponsor of ad (Season 5 episode A Cappella Club)
    • The Committee To Recall Leslie Knope
      • Group determined to force Leslie off city council. (Season 5 episode Are You Better Off?)
    • Leslie's Sorry Division
      • Joke Leslie makes as part of her apology to Chris for creating a citizen action committee while she's on leave from the parks department called Parks Committee of Pawnee, also known as PCP. She says she's starting a new group called Leslie's Sorry Division, also known as LSD. (Season 4 episode Citizen Knope)
    • The Male Men
      • Men's rights activist group. (Season 7 episode Pie-Mary)
    • Parks Committee Of Pawnee
      • Leslie creates a new citizen action committee while she's on leave from the real parks department, also known as PCP, because like the drug PCP, they are so fast-acting and powerful, they should be illegal. (Season 4 episode Citizen Knope)
    • Pawnee-Eagleton Youth Committee
      • Leslie creates a new committee with the incredibly important job of holding the combined towns of Pawnee and Eagleton together following the merger. They come up with The Pawnee-Eagleton Unity Concert. (Season 6 episode Anniversaries)
    • Seniors United
      • Local group that endorses Bobby Newport. (Season 4 episode Campaign Shake-Up)
    • The Society For Family Stability Foundation
      • Organization that demands Leslie's resignation for gay marrying two male penguins at the Pawnee Zoo. (Season 2 episode Pawnee Zoo)
  • Advertising and Marketing
    • Entertainment 7 Twenty
      • Tom's new entertainment business, a multimedia entertainment production conglomerate. (Season 3 episode Li'l Sebastian)
    • Sign-tologist
      • Company the Knope campaign uses for their signs. (Season 4 episode Sweet Sixteen, Season 7 episode Two Funerals)
  • Airlines
    • Jet Blue Ivy
      • Nadia's name for a fictional commercial airline. (Season 6 episode Gin It Up!)
  • Amusement Parks
    • The Great Ferris Wheel Of 1980
      • Parks Department project commemorated on the wall of City Hall. (Season 3 episode Go Big or Go Home)
    • Ice Town
      • When Ben was 18 and he became mayor of his hometown, he used up the entire budget build a giant winter sports complex, but it was never completed, and he got impeached. The newspaper headline was, "Ice Town Costs Ice Clown His Town Crown." (Season 3 episode Go Big or Go Home)
    • Pawnee Palms Public Putt-Putt
      • Also known as P.P.P.P.P., a local business impacted by Ron's latest budget cut proposal. (Season 5 episode Swing Vote)
    • Pawnee's Winter Wonderland
      • (Season 2 episode Christmas Scandal)
  • Animals/Creatures
    • Indiana Brown Ant
      • Leslie hears citizens' concerns about the Newport land being preserved: In 1980, there were more than 600 million Indiana Brown Ants in that forest. Today, there are only 595 million. At that rate, they'll all be gone by the year 203060. (Season 7 episode William Henry Harrison)
  • Apartment and Condos
    • The Morningstar
      • Apartment building that Ron's company builds on the site of Ann's old house. (Season 7 episode Leslie and Ron)
  • Appliances and Housewares
    • The Amazing Spoutless Fountain
      • A new water fountain idea without a splash guard - because if it's not there, you can't put your mouth on it. (Season 4 episode Campaign Shake-Up)
    • Belgian Waffle Baker Commercial Machine Model 5021T
      • Waffle maker appliance both Ben and Ann bid on to give to Leslie. (Season 5 episode Article Two)
    • Official Sweetums Voting Machine
      • Sweetums tries to sway the election by installing their own voting machines. (Season 4 episode Win, Lose, or Draw)
    • Voss Water Butler
      • Tom's idea for a new water kind of water fountain, a no-water fountain. Only $600 a bag. (Season 4 episode Campaign Shake-Up)
  • Arenas, Fields and Stadiums
    • Sweetums Stadium
      • Stadium at Lafayette Park (Season 3 episode Eagleton)
  • Artifacts
    • Heart Of The Ocean
      • Mark buys Ann a replica of the fictional Heart of the Ocean diamond for Valentine's Day. (Season 2 episode Galentine's Day)
    • Snakehole Sapphire
      • Legendary artifact thieves are trying to steal in Andy and April's role-play. (Season 7 episode One Last Ride)
  • Artwork
    • Bad Pawnee, Good Pawnee
      • Mural at City Hall. All the terrible things that have happened in this town's history are on one side, and on the other side are all the good things that have happened. (Season 4 episode The Trial of Leslie Knope)
    • The Centaur Goddess Dyaphena Slaying A Great Stag
      • Jerry's painting. (Season 3 episode Jerry's Painting)
    • Cornfield Slaughter
      • Mural in Pawnee City Hall. (Season 4 episode Operation Ann)
    • Death Everywhere
      • Mural in Pawnee City Hall. (Season 4 episode Operation Ann)
    • Eating The Reverend
      • Mural in Pawnee City Hall. (Season 4 episode Operation Ann)
    • It's Raining Blood
      • Mural in Pawnee City Hall. (Season 4 episode Operation Ann)
    • Lament Of The Buffalo
      • Mural in Pawnee City Hall. (Season 4 episode Operation Ann)
    • A Lively Fisting
      • The original name of one of the murals at the Parks and Recreation building. (Season 2 episode Beauty Pageant)
    • Needless Slaughter
      • Mural in Pawnee City Hall. (Season 4 episode Operation Ann)
    • Slaughter Gone Wrong
      • Mural in Pawnee City Hall. (Season 4 episode Operation Ann)
    • The Spirit Of Pawnee (mural)
      • The Spirit of Pawnee is the name of a mural that gets defaced on a regular basis, featuring a train also called The Spirit of Pawnee. Eventually, the name is changed to The Diversity Express. (Season 2 episode The Camel)
  • Audio Recordings-Music
    • April Ludgate Is The Best Ever, Volume 1
      • The name of the new album that Andy tells April his band is working on. (Season 3 episode Indianapolis)
    • The Awesome Album
      • Andy's band's new full-length CD. (Season 3 episode Li'l Sebastian)
    • Hi Ho Duke
      • Album by the Duke Silver Trio. (Season 2 episode Practice Date)
    • Memories Of Now
      • Album by the Duke Silver Trio. (Season 2 episode Practice Date)
    • Musical Meatballs
      • Children's music album by Freddy Spaghetti. (Season 2 episode The Freddy Spaghetti)
    • Smooth As Silver
      • Album by the Duke Silver Trio. (Season 2 episode Practice Date)
    • We'll Never Reunite
      • Last album by the fictional band Land Ho, before the lead singer split and they broke up. (Season 6 episode Flu Seadon 2)
  • Automotive Services
    • Calvin's Tires & Donuts
      • Closed restaurant - tire shop that sold donuts - that Tom scouts for Tom's Bistro. Way under his budget. April loves it because it reminds her of a cafeteria in a haunted nursing home. (Season 6 episode New Slogan)
  • Awards
    • Burger Cook-off Champion
      • Trophy Chris give to Ron, a bronze hamburger for winning their turkey versus beef cook-off in Season 3 episode Soulmates. (Season 6 episode Ann and Chris)
    • Cabin Refurbishment Badge
      • Pawnee Goddesses badge. (Season 4 episode Pawnee Rangers)
    • The Dorothy Everton Smythe Empowerment Award
      • Award given out by the Indiana Organization for Women. (Season 2 episode Woman of the Year)
    • The Golden Pillow
      • Pawnee Goddesses pillow fight award/trophy. (Season 4 episode Pawnee Rangers)
    • I.O.W. Awards
      • Ceremony where the Dorothy Everton Smythe Empowerment Award is given out by the Indiana Organization for Women. (Season 2 episode Woman of the Year)
    • I.O.W. Woman Of The Year
      • Award given to Ben. (Season 7 episode Pie-Mary)
    • Lower Great Lakes Emmy Awards
      • Award Hank Muntak mentions when Andy threatens to walk out if he doesn't get the rights to the character Johnny Karate: He's making the biggest mistake of his life. He's walking out on Hank Muntak? I have six Lower Great Lakes Emmy Awards. I once sat in the original Batmobile. James Woods follows my niece on Twitter. He's gonna regret this. (Season 7 episode Gryzzlbox)
    • Pawnee Spirit Award
      • Award Leslie won. (Season 4 episode Born & Raised)
    • Prettiest Eyes
      • Pawnee Goddesses badge. (Season 4 episode Pawnee Rangers)
    • Ron Swanson Scholarship
      • Ron makes up the Ron Swanson scholarship to get Andy to go to college. (Season 4 episode Smallest Park)
    • The Silver Pillow
      • Pawnee Goddesses pillow fight award/trophy. (Season 4 episode Pawnee Rangers)
    • Tellenson Award For Excellence In Pawnee Public Service
      • Leslie's mother is honored at a banquet with the Tellenson Award for Excellence in Pawnee Public Service. (Season 1 episode The Banquet)
    • Woodworking Awards
      • Award ceremony by the Indiana Fine Woodworking Association. Ron wins an award for his chair. (Season 5 episode Ron and Diane)
  • Baby Products
    • Kernsten's Nipple Kit
      • After reading up on nipples, Chris explains to Ann that the reason she's feeling nipple sensitivity is because the milk ducts in your nipples are opening up. He brings her a nipple kit with nipple cream, nipple pads, and also a special nipple pimple ointment in case she develops any pimples on her nipples. And when Ann asks him to stop saying"nipples", Chris switches to "boob hats". (Season 6 episode Farmers Market)
    • Midstream Brand Pregnancy Test
      • Leslie buys a pregnancy test at fate Good Neighbor Pharmacy. (Season 6 episode Flu Seadon 2)
    • Womb There It Is!
      • Mona-Lisa's favorite brand of pregnancy test. (Season 5 episode Are You Better Off?)
  • Bakeries
    • Cakey J's Cheesecake Facility
      • Jerry's birthday restaurant, where he splits a huge piece of cotton candy cheesecake from Cakey J's Cheesecake Facility with his wife. (Season 4 episode Sweet Sixteen)
    • Enormous Kenny's Fried Dough
      • Local business that Leslie mentions. (Season 4 episode Meet 'n' Greet)
  • Banks
    • Jeff's Savings And Loan
      • Local business that Leslie mentions. (Season 4 episode Meet 'n' Greet)
    • Newport Trust
      • Pawnee bank handling Gryzzl's purchase of an enormous parcel of land to build a permanent headquarters in Pawnee. (Season 7 episode Save JJ's)
    • PCU
      • Pawnee Credit Union, Andy's bank. (Season 4 End of the World)
  • Bars and Night Clubs
    • The Bulge Bar
      • Gay bar in Pawnee. (Season 2 episodes Pawnee Zoo, Galentine's Day, Season 3 episode Go Big or Go Home)
    • Club-a-Dub-Dub
      • One of the potential names for Tom's theoretical submarine-themed nightclub. (Season 2 episode Woman of the Year)
    • The Clubmarine
      • One of the potential names for Tom's theoretical submarine-themed nightclub. (Season 2 episode Woman of the Year)
    • Cozy's
      • Nightclub featuring jazz by the Duke Silver Trio. (Season 2 episode Practice Date) Bar where Ron takes Diane and reveals his Duke Silver alter ego. (Season 5 episode Ron and Diane) Andy Duke Silver perform (Season 6 episode New Slogan)
    • Eclipse
      • One of Tom's investment ideas, according to Jean-Ralphio, a night club that's only open for one hour two times a year. Cover charge, $5,000. (Season 3 episode The Fight)
    • Essence
      • The hot new bar in Eagleton where they guys go for Ben's bachelor party. They specialize in molecular mixology, an experimental new way to consume alcohol. (Season 5 episode Two Parties)
    • Farmers Market After Dark
      • The Pawnee Farmers Market turns into a sort of nightclub after hours. (Season 6 episode Farmers Market)
    • Mezze
      • Ann attends a Singles Night event. (Season 3 episode Andy and April's Fancy Party)
    • Paladino's
      • Bar where Andy's band performs. (Season 1 episode Rock Show, Season 5 episode Swing Vote)
    • Patterson's
      • Bar that Craig mentions. (Season 6 episode New Slogan)
    • Pitchers And Catchers
      • Gay bar in Pawnee. (Season 2 episode Pawnee Zoo)
    • Scully's Bar
      • Bar Tom mentions. (Season 1 episode The Banquet)
    • The Snakehole Lounge
      • The hottest nightclub in Pawnee that Tom invests in. (Season 2 episode Woman of the Year) Location of Tom's proposal. (Season 7 episode Two Funerals)
    • Sullivan's
      • Bar Leslie invites her old friend Lindsay (Season 3 episode Eagleton)
    • Tom's Bistro
      • One of the potential names for Tom's theoretical submarine-themed nightclub. (Season 2 episode Woman of the Year) Tom pitches a restaurant idea, an old-fashioned, old-world Italian restaurant, featuringc lassy, authentic ambience in a small-town setting. (Season 6 episode The Wall) Tom's Bistro finally opens (Season 6 episode Movin' Up)
    • Tucker's
      • Bar Andy mentions to April, regarding grabbing a drink after the summer catalog picnic. (Season 2 episode Summer Catalog)
  • Battles, Conflicts and Wars
    • The Battle Of Indian Hill
      • Epic seven day battle that the Wamapoke Indians lost due to the fact that they didn't have any weapons. (Season 3 episode Harvest Festival)
  • Beauty and Barber Shops
    • Hair By Typhoon
      • Salon where Donna takes Ron for a haircut after his barber dies. (Season 7 episode Two Funerals)
    • Modern Barbershop
      • Salvatore Manfrelotti's barber shop where Leslie gets her hair cut for her mother's banquet. (Season 1 episode The Banquet)
    • Pinky's Nails
      • Local nail shop where Ann and April get their nails done. (Season 5 episode Bailout)
  • Beauty Pageants
    • Miss Chlamydia
      • Fake beauty pageant. Former Health Department Public Relations Director Dennis Cooper goes bananas when his wife Jan Cooper has an affair and gives him a venereal disease, and he puts signs about her all through City Hall, including one calling her Miss Chlamydia. (Season 3 episode The Fight)
    • Miss Pawnee
      • Beauty pageant in Pawnee. (Season 2 episode Beauty Pageant)
  • Beverages
    • Diet Water Zero Light
      • If you want zero-calorie water, try diet water zero lite. It has only 60 calories. (Season 5 episode Soda Tax)
    • Drink-Ems
      • Sweetums' alternative to boring municipal water, full of delicious, sugary drinking water. Each Drink-Ems is packed with 35% of your daily monopotassium phosphate requirement. MPP is an emulsifier as well as a plus-7 PH buffer. (Season 6 episode Fluoride)
    • H2Flow
      • Think of H-2-flow as an app for your teeth. The more flow you take in, the more sparkle points you get. Get enough sparkle points, and you're on your way to your first aqua badge! Collect enough aqua badges, and we'll welcome you to the H-2-flow Platinum Club. (Season 6 episode Fluoride)
    • Super Fizzy Fruity Pop
      • Sweetums beverage. (Season 6 episode Ann and Chris)
    • Water Zero
      • The name implies that there are zero calories, like most water, but in fact, it has 300 calories per serving. The zero on the label refers to the amount of water in it, which is zero. (Season 5 episode Soda Tax)
  • Beverages-Alcohol
    • Snake Juice
      • Tom's new high-end, Kahlua-style liqueur. It's 140 proof, which means it's 70% alcohol. But don't worry. There's plenty of caffeine in it to keep you awake. (Season 3 episode The Fight)
    • Snerling Valley Vineyards
      • Sponsor/Host of sommelier contest. (Season 6 episode Flu Seadon 2)
    • Swanson Family Mash Liquor
      • Swanson family recipe. (Season 4 episode Ron and Tammys)
  • Beverages-Beer
    • Heisler Beer
      • Bottles of Heisler beer and Penn Pavel beer can be seen on a shelf at the party. (Season 3 episode Fancy Party)
    • Penn Pavel
      • Bottles of Heisler beer and Penn Pavel beer can be seen on a shelf at the party. (Season 3 episode Fancy Party)
  • Beverages-Milk
    • Beef Milk
      • So, you've had soy milk and almond milk. Now, try the hottest new craze, beef milk. It's like almond milk that's been squeezed through tiny holes in living cows. Annabel Porter's authentic, hand-strained teat-to-table Beef Milk costs $60 a gallon. (Season 7 episode William Henry Harrison)
  • Beverages-Wine
    • Snerling Blueberry Wine
      • Wine made by Snerling Valley Vineyards. (Season 6 episode Flu Seadon 2)
  • Books-Biography
    • A Potrait In Words: Game Of Joans
      • Joan Callmezzo's autobiography. (Season 7 episode Ron & Jammy)
    • The Thing About Me Is I'm Perd Hapley
      • Autobiographical book by Perd Hapley that Leslie auctions off. (Season 5 episode Halloween Surprise)
    • Tweeping Up Appearances
      • Shauna Malwae-Tweep's memoir, based on her blog, about her journey to find happiness by smiling through the pain. (Season 6 episode Galentine's Day)
  • Books-Children
    • Groffle The Awful Waffle
      • Children's book written, illustrated and published by Leslie (episode "Bus Tour")
    • The Phantom Tollbooth By Norton Juster
      • Children's book that Leslie reads during her filibuster (Season 1 episode Canvassing)
  • Books-Cookbooks
    • The Feminine Mesquite
      • Leslie's self-published women's rights barbecue cookbook. (Season 7 episode Pie-Mary)
  • Books-Fiction
    • Biden The Rails: 1,001 Poems Inspired By My Travels Through Amtrak's Northeast Corridor
      • Book of poetry by Joe Biden. (Season 7 episode Gryzzlbox)
  • Books-Instructional
    • Are You Going To Crawl My Way
      • Book on parenting by Lenny Kravitz that Chris is reading. (Season 6 episode Fluoride)
    • Failure: An American Success Story
      • Tom's bestselling book, in which he outlines seven different types of successful people. You can be an Andy. An April. A Ben. A Leslie. A Ron. A Donna. Or his personal favorite, a Tom. But what do you definitely not want to be? A Garry! That's right. Do not be a Garry. (Season 7 episode One Last Ride)
    • Pawnee Ranger Handbook
      • Official handbook of Ron's Pawnee Rangers. Complete text: Be a Man. (Season 4 episode Pawnee Rangers)
    • Rad Dads
      • Book on parenting that Chris read by Apolo Anton Ohno and Shaun White. (Season 6 episode Fluoride)
  • Books-Nonfiction
    • The Bill Of Rights
      • Book on Tammy's "Approved" bookshelf.
    • Pawnee: The Greatest Town In America
      • Book by Leslie Knope, the first historical guide to Pawnee. (Season 4 episode Born & Raised)
  • Books-Other
    • Embracing Life With A Micro Penis
      • Library book Tammy checks out under Ron's name to screw with him. (Episode 3 Ron and Tammy Part 2)
    • Failure 2.0: Failing To Fail
      • The follow-up to Tom's best-selling book about Failure. (Season 7 episode One Last Ride)
    • God Made Man First
      • Book on Tammy's "Rejected" bookshelf.
    • Haverford Playbook
      • Haverford playbook move #2: Ladies love a guy waiting for them in the rain. (Season 4 episode Dave Returns)
    • A History Of Pawnee, Indiana
      • A brief history of everything that has ever happened since Pawnee was founded, which Leslie typed from memory. (Season 3 episode Time Capsule)
    • I Am Man Hear Me Roar Louder
      • Book on Tammy's "Rejected" bookshelf.
    • Into The Den Of Lions
      • Book by Gay Perello (the prop guy for The Good Place as well as Parks and Recreation). "The blockbuster sequel now in Paperback"
    • It's A Man's World
      • Book on Tammy's "Rejected" bookshelf.
    • The Male Brain: It's Bigger
      • Book on Tammy's "Rejected" bookshelf.
    • Man Duty
      • Book on Tammy's "Approved" bookshelf.
    • Man Putty
      • Book on Tammy's "Approved" bookshelf.
    • Men Like Doing, Women Like Feeling
      • Book on Tammy's "Rejected" bookshelf.
    • Mysteries Of The Female Orgasm
      • Book Leslie has a $40 late fee at the library. (Season 2 episode Sweetums)
    • Organize It 2: Engage With Zorp
      • Book by Reasonableism founder Lou Prozotovich. (Season 4 End of the World)
    • Organize It!
      • Book by Reasonableism founder Lou Prozotovich. (Season 4 End of the World)
    • Pawnee: The Greatest Town In America By Leslie Knope
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    • Power In Your Pants
      • Book on Tammy's "Rejected" bookshelf.
    • The Power Of My Manhood
      • Book on Tammy's "Rejected" bookshelf.
    • Sperm Suicide
      • Book on Tammy's "Approved" bookshelf.
    • Take His Balls & Go Home
      • Book on Tammy's "Approved" bookshelf.
    • The Time Traveler's Optometrist
      • Book by Penelope Foster, a Joan Callamezzo Book Club selection, also known as Joan's Picks. (Season 4 episode Born & Raised)
    • Woman War III
      • Book on Tammy's "Approved" bookshelf.
    • A Woman's Worth
      • Book on Tammy's "Approved" bookshelf.
  • Books-Reference
    • Controlling The Male Mind
      • Book on Tammy's "Approved" bookshelf.
    • The Eagleton Yellow Pages
      • Local phonebook in Eagleton. (Season 6 episode Recall Vote)
    • The New Farmers Market Rulebook
      • New list of rules Leslie stays up all night to create in order to kick Chardbodies out of the Pawnee farmers market. (Season 6 episode Farmers Market)
  • Bowling Alleys
    • Ricky's Rock And Roll Bowling
      • Bowling alley Leslie mentions: "It's not been easy, you know? How do you fit all of Pawnee in a 48-hour visit? I had to drop the Rock and Roll bowling alley from our itinerary." (Season 2 episode Sister City) Local bowling alley where Leslie organizes an outing to get to know her constituents, one in particular. (Season 4 episode Bowling for Votes)
  • Breakfast Cereal
    • Sugar Rice Pops
      • Breakfast cereal Ben eats. (Season 4 episode The Comeback Kid)
  • Buildings and Landmarks
    • The Dreamatorium
      • Headquarters of Tom's new entertainment business, Entertainment 7 Twenty, a multimedia entertainment production conglomerate. (Season 3 episode Li'l Sebastian)
    • Historic House Museum
      • Leslie challenges Garth to a little wager, to go live in a historical house with no modern technology. If he lasts longer, she promises to withdraw her bill. (Season 5 episode Article Two)
    • Pawnee City Hall
      • Home of Pawnee's Parks and Recreation department.
    • Pawnee Recreation Center
      • Tom wants to redesign the Pawnee Recreation Center to look like an Apple Store. (Season 4 episode Smallest Park)
    • Pawnee River Dam
      • Project that gets canceled. (Season 4 episode Campaign Ad)
    • Turnbill Mansion
      • Leslie: "Turnbill Mansion is one of the most beloved historical sites in Pawnee. In 1867, the progressive Reverend Turnbill officiated a wedding between a white woman and a Wamapoke Indian chief. The secret ceremony was beautiful and romantic. But then word got out, and the reception was a bloodbath. Fortunately, there were two survivors. Unfortunately, they were both horses." (Season 2 episode 94 Meetings)
  • Cafes and Delis
    • Bluebell Cafe
      • Cafe from multiple episodes, usually as location of Leslie's annual Galentine's Day party. (Season 4 episode Operation Ann, Season 6 episodes Second Chunce, Galentines Day)
    • Ray's Sandwich Place
      • One of the beauty pageant judges is the owner. (Season 2 episode Beauty Pageant) Ben has an expired frequent customer card. (Season 4 episode Pawnee Rangers)
    • Schindler's Lunch
      • Closed Spielberg themed restaurant, owned by the team behind Jurassic Fork. (Season 6 episode New Slogan)
    • Sue's Salads
      • Local business that Leslie mentions. (Season 4 episode Meet 'n' Greet) Leslie mentions that this restaurant was run out of town by anti-salad Pawnee residents. Now occupied by Colonel Plum's Slop Trough. (Season 5 episode Soda Tax)
  • Candy and Sweets
    • Bucket Of Cake
      • Product on Leslie's credit card bill. (Season 2 episode KaBOOM!)
    • Candy Fingernails
      • Candy product made by Sweetums. (Season 2 episode Sweetums)
    • Sweetums Toffee Sticks
      • Some lardos in Muncie ate tainted Sweetums toffee sticks and diarrhea'd so much, they ended up in the hospital. (Season 6 episode Fluoride)
  • Candy Stores
    • All You Can Eat Cotton Candy
      • Parks Department project commemorated on the wall of City Hall, which was conveniently located by the first aid tent, 1981. (Season 3 episode Go Big or Go Home)
  • Casinos
    • The Wamapoke Casino
      • Leslie goes looking for help from the Wamapoke Indians, in the form of a generator to power the Harvest Festival. (Season 3 episode Harvest Festival) New proposed slogan: "Our slots are downright filthy." (Season 5 episode Two Parties) Sponsor of The Johnny Karate Super Awesome Musical Explosion Show: "Slowly taking back our money from white people one quarter at a time." (Season 7 episode The Johnny Karate Super Awesome Musical Explosion Show)
  • Cemeteries and Graveyards
    • Glenmore Discount Cemetery
      • Local business that Leslie mentions. (Season 4 episode Meet 'n' Greet)
    • Hilltop Cemetery
      • Cemetery in Pawnee. Resodding it is listed as one of the things that Leslie is for in her campaign ad. (Season 4 episode Campaign Ad)
  • Charities
    • The 12th Leslie Knope Fundraising Phone Bank
      • Fundraising event for Leslie's city council campaign. (Season 4 episode Bowling for Votes)
    • The Clean Sheet Foundation
      • Charity that provides legal assistance to members of the KKK. Tom's suggestion for the charity that Ben should pick for the Sweetums Foundation contribution. (Season 5 episode Correspondents Lunch)
    • The Indiana Scholarship For Pretty Blondes Who Like To Read
      • Scholarship that Leslie mentions: Half of my tuition was paid for by the Indiana scholarship for pretty blondes who like to read. It's now called the Virginia Woolf prize. Different time. (Season 6 episode One in 8,000)
    • Operation Playground
      • Charity event to build a playground (Season 2 episode KaBOOM!)
    • Pawnee Cares
      • Charity that teams up with the local cable access station to raise money for diabetes research. (Season 2 episode Telethon)
    • Pawnee/Eagleton Unity Concert Fundraising Auction
      • Auction Leslie and Ben conduct in order to raise money for the Unity Concert, auctioning off an autographed Red Hot Chili Peppers guitar. (Season 6 episode One in 8,000)
    • Redwood Music Program
      • An after school music class for at-risk kids. Andy's suggestion for the charity that Ben should pick for the Sweetums Foundation contribution. (Season 5 episode Correspondents Lunch)
    • Rural Ambu-care
      • Organization that wants to buy an ambulance for people that live far away from the hospital. Charity Ben picks for the Sweetums Foundation contribution. (Season 5 episode Correspondents Lunch)
    • The Sweetums Foundation
      • Ben starts his new job overseeing the Sweetums corporation's charity, The Sweetums Foundation. (Season 5 episode Correspondents Lunch)
    • Tommy's Tummy Foundation
      • Fake charity from joke Tom makes about being hungry. (Season 5 episode Correspondents Lunch)
    • The Virginia Woolf Prize
      • Scholarship that Leslie mentions: Half of my tuition was paid for by the Indiana scholarship for pretty blondes who like to read. It's now called the Virginia Woolf prize. Different time. (Season 6 episode One in 8,000)
  • Chemical Companies
    • Dry Cleaning Chemical Transactional Holding Company
      • Ben's new business idea.(Season 6 episode The Wall)
    • Savner Bleach And Chemicals
      • Company that makes Tom's favorite teeth whitening strips, Pearlies for Girlies. (Season 6 episode The Wall)
  • Chips and Crackers
    • Saltweens
      • Tom's new business idea, Saltines for teens. (Season 6 episode The Wall)
  • Churches, Religions and Religious Organizations
    • The Church Of The Internet
      • Website Tom uses to become an ordained minister online. (Season 5 episode Leslie and Ben)
    • Reasonableism
      • Also known as Zorpies, the Church of the Reasonablists. Freaky cult in Pawnee obsessed with the end of the world. (Season 4 End of the World, Season 7 episode William Henry Harrison) Hail Zorpe!
  • Cities and Towns
    • Boraqua, Venezuela
      • Pawnee's sister city. (Season 2 episode Sister City)
  • Cities and Towns - Joke
    • Baby Town
      • Joke Dr. Saperstein makes shortly before discovering Leslie is carrying triplets: Let's see what's going down in baby town. (Season 6 episode One in 8,000)
    • Bummerville
      • Joke Chris makes. Chris: "A few months ago, the thought of an infectious disease, even hypothetical, would have sent me careening towards Bummerville, but now I am infected with a killer virus, and I feel fine. Therapy!" (Season 5 episode Emergency Response)
    • Dunshire
      • Fictional land in Ben's brand new gaming experience, The Cones of Dunshire. (Season 6 episode The Cones of Dunshire)
    • Humpsville Station
      • Joke Tammy makes to Ron. "Actually, I prefer the number 69 train to Humpsville station." (Season 3 episode Li'l Sebastian)
    • Idiotville
      • Fake town from Joke that Leslie makes. Leslie: "There's a really great calzone place over in Idiotville down on Terrible Idea Avenue." Ben: "That's weird, ‘cause I thought it was on Beating-a-Dead-Horse Boulevard." (Episode 3 Ron and Tammy Part 2)
    • Pornee
      • Fictionalized version of the fictional town of Pawnee, Indiana in the porn movie Too Big To Nail, the porn movie adaptation of the story of the Pawnee bailout. (Season 5 episode Bailout)
    • Satan's Butthole
      • Joke Ron makes to Tammy. "Catching the number 12 bus to Satan's butthole?" (Season 3 episode Li'l Sebastian)
    • Whoreville
      • Fake town. Former Health Department Public Relations Director Dennis Cooper goes bananas when his wife Jan Cooper has an affair and gives him a venereal disease, and he puts signs about her all through City Hall, including one calling her Miss Chlamydia. (Season 3 episode The Fight)
  • Cities and Towns - U.S.
    • Eagleton, Indiana
      • Fictional city near Pawnee in Indiana. (Season 3 episode Eagleton)
    • Partridge, Minnesota
      • Ben's hometown, a reference to David Foster Wallace's novel Infinite Jest character Ortho Stice's hometown of Partridge, Kansas. When Ben was 18 years old, he was elected Mayor of Partridge. And then he was impeached two months later after running the town's finances into the ground. (Season 2 episode The Master Plan) Ben and Leslie travel to Partridge when Ben is to be awarded the key to the city. (Season 5 episode Partridge)
    • Pawnee, Indiana
      • Located 90 miles from Indianapolis and 35 miles past Bloomington. The state's 7th largest city. Maps of the city shown are actually maps of Christchurch, New Zealand with the names changed.
    • Pawnee, Iowa
      • Another fictional Pawnee in the United States. (Season 5 episode Ms. Knope Goes to Washington)
    • Snerling, Indiana
      • Indiana town 40 minutes outside of Pawnee. (Season 3 episode Soulmates)
    • Southborough
      • When Leslie mentions the Pawnee/Eagleton merger, someone in the meeting mentions the Wesham/Southborough merger of 2004 that was just completed last month. (Season 6 episode Movin' Up)
    • Terryville, Indiana
      • Location of smallest park in Indiana - Martin Luther King, Jr. Park. (Season 4 episode Smallest Park)
    • Wesham
      • When Leslie mentions the Pawnee/Eagleton merger, someone in the meeting mentions the Wesham/Southborough merger of 2004 that was just completed last month. (Season 6 episode Movin' Up)
    • Zeeleigh Court, Indiana
      • Articles for the Sweet Tooth Newsletter, an official Sweetums company publication, should be sent to: Lin Yeaterbauch's P.O. Box in Zeeleigh Court, Indiana. (Season 4 episode Campaign Ad)
  • Classes
    • Guerilla Marketing 101
      • Tom's training class to teach his coworkers how to sell Snake Juice, his new high-end, Kahlua-style liqueur. (Season 3 episode The Fight)
    • Organize Your Life
      • Maria Portlesman teaches a class called Organize Your Life at the William Percy Recreation Center. (Season 2 episode Leslie's House)
  • Cleaning Products
    • Sparkle Suds
      • Tom experiments with some new entrepreneurial ideas by putting glitter in laundry detergent. (Season 5 episode Ms. Knope Goes to Washington)
  • Clothing Stores
    • Tommy's Closet
      • Rent-A-Swag competitor, a high-end secondhand clothing store where parents can rent clothes for their teens, tweens, and pres, as well as babies, toddlers, grown-ups, and olds. (Season 5 episode Are You Better Off?)
    • Tots All, Folks
      • Organic baby boutique. (Season 6 episodes The Pawnee-Eagleton Tip Off Classic, Fluoride)
  • Coffee Shops
    • Beanie's Coffee
      • Local coffee shop that hosts a slam poetry night. (Season 5 episode Bailout)
    • The Grind
      • Coffee shop where April buys Leslie an iced mocha. (Season 2 episode Beauty Pageant)
  • Colleges
    • Pawnee Community College
      • Local community college in Pawnee. (Season 4 episode Smallest Park)
  • Communities
    • Wamapoke Indians
      • Local Indian tribe in Pawnee.
  • Competitions
    • Federal Riverbed Preservation Grant
      • Leslie goes to Washington to apply for a grant. (Season 5 episode Ms. Knope Goes to Washington)
    • Indiana Breast Cancer Awareness Triathlon 2009
      • The reason that Chris has a pink swimming cap in his bathroom. He came in 4th. (Season 3 episode Indianapolis)(Season 3 episode Indianapolis)
    • The Pawnee-Eagleton Tip Off Classic
      • Annual basketball game. (Season 6 episode The Pawnee-Eagleton Tip Off Classic)
    • The Pie-Mary
      • The Pie Mary is a Southern Indiana tradition, where Congressional candidates' wives face off in a pie-baking contest. (Season 7 episode Pie-Mary)
  • Concerts
    • The Children's Concert Series Presents Freddy Spaghetti
      • Concert for children at Ramsett Park in Pawnee. (Season 2 episode The Freddy Spaghetti)
    • The Pawnee-Eagleton Unity Concert
      • A massive music and arts festival to celebrate the merger of Pawnee and Egleton, featuring artists and musicians from both towns to come together. (Season 6)
  • Conditions and Diseases
    • Caring Too Much
      • Craig Middlebrooks: Oh, I have a medical condition all right. It's called caring too much! And it's incurable! Also I have eczema. (Season 6 episode Doppelgängers)
    • Foot-in-Mouth Disorder
      • Ben joke: Well, I hope that you are a podiatrist or a dentist because I seem to have a case of Foot-in-Mouth Disorder. (Season 7 episode Donna and Joe)
    • Get Me To The Front Of The Line At Six Flags
      • Jean-Ralphio's response when Leslie asks why he's in a wheelchair: I got a terminal case of "Get me to the front of the line at Six Flags!" (Season 7 episode One Last Ride)
    • Mega-diabetes
      • New disease, first case documented in Pawnee. (Season 6 episode Doppelgängers)
    • Pre-post-partum Depression Anxiety
      • Condition Ann jokes about having. (Season 6 episode Farmers Market)
    • Shoeshine Head
      • Andy diagnoses himself with a condition called shoeshine head. It's when you shine too many shoes and the fumes create a thunderstorm in your brain. Cures include coffee, cheeseburgers and napping on the floor. (Season 2 episode The Possum)
    • Sleep Fighting
      • Condition Ron suffers from. (Season 2 episode Telethon)
  • Construction Companies
    • Don's Cement
      • The best you can get, according to Tom. (Season 1 episode Canvassing)
    • Emerson Fencing Company
      • The winner of the Miss Pawnee Beauty Contest receives $600 in gift certificates to Big Archie's Sporting Goods and Emerson Fencing Company. (Season 2 episode Beauty Pageant)
    • KaBOOM!
      • A service organization that says it builds a playground in a day. (Season 2 episode KaBOOM!)
    • Norton Construction
      • Company that sends a wine and cheese basket to the Department of Parks and Recreation. (Season 1 episode Boys' Club) Mark takes a new job in construction. (Season 2 episode The Freddy Spaghetti)
    • Very Good Building And Development Company
      • Ron's new company. (Season 7 episode 2017)
  • Conventions and Seminars
    • The Chris Traeger Management Training Seminar
      • Also known as Ka-tumts. It's not a great acronym, but it is a great seminar. (Season 5 episode Article Two)
    • Menstruation Orientation
      • Seminar that addresses the stigma surrounding female periods. (Season 5 episode Airplane Showdown)
  • Corporations
    • Open 4 Business, LLC
      • Some kind of shady, fake shell corporation. (Season 6 episode London)
    • Thigh Gap, LLC
      • Dennis Feinstein's company. (Season 7 episode Save JJ's)
    • Verizon-Chipotle-Exxon
      • Sponsor of The Johnny Karate Super Awesome Musical Explosion Show: What powers us? What gives us the tools to attain our goals, face our fears, take that next step into the unknown? It's energy. Verizon, Exxon and Chipotle are proud to announce a cross-platform merger of our three great brands. Whether it's extending your 6G coverage, drilling natural gas out of shale or perfecting the chicken quesadilla, we will give you the energy to get you to the next level. And with enough energy, America, nothing can stop us. The all-new Verizon-Chipotle-Exxon. (Season 7 episode The Johnny Karate Super Awesome Musical Explosion Show)
  • Counselors, Psychiatrists and Therapists
    • Dr. Richard Nygard
      • Chris' therapist that treated hi for his emotional problems. (Season 6 episode Recall Vote, Season 7 episode Gryzzlbox)
  • Countries
    • Douche Nation
      • What drive time radio guys Crazy Ira and the Douche call their listening fanbase in Pawnee. (Season 3 episode Media Blitz)
    • Trampsylvania
      • Joke one of the church members makes. (Season 5 episode Sex Education)
  • Dating, Escort and Sex Services
    • Sweaty Roger's Pants Tent
      • Business Ben stumbles across online when looking for a tent rental place not owned by the same corrupt tent kingpin that owns all the tent rental services in town. (Season 6 episode Galentine's Day)
  • Dentists
    • Jamm Orthodontics
      • Councilman Jamm's orthodontic office. (Season 5 episode Leslie vs April)
  • Diners
    • Frank's Restaurant
      • Restaurant where Ron and his ex-wife Tammy eat lunch, argue and almost have sex on their table. (Season 2 episode Ron and Tammy)
    • JJ's Diner
      • The unofficial meeting place of Pawnee's political elite. (Season 1 episode The Reporter, Season 3 episode Flu Season) Home of the world's best breakfast dish Four Horse-meals of the Egg-pork-calypse. (Season 3 episode Time Capsule)
    • The Rock And Roll Restaurant
      • Ron's favorite restaurant in Pawnee, located inside Ricky's Rock And Roll Bowling. (Season 4 episode Bowling for Votes)
  • Doctors
    • Donatella Breckinridge, M.D.
      • Leslie's alter ego on her disaster preparedness video. (Season 5 episode Emergency Response)
    • Dr. Clipperton
      • Ben's doctor, referencing a character from David Foster Wallace's novel Infinite Jest. (Season 5 episode Partridge)
    • Dr. Harris
      • Doctor Andy goes to see. (Season 4 episode Campaign Ad) One of Ann's candidates for a sperm donor. (Season 5 episode Ann's Decision)
    • Dr. Van Dyne
      • Doctor at the fertility clinic that Ann and Chris and Ann visit, referencing a character from David Foster Wallace's novel Infinite Jest. (Season 5 episode Partridge)
    • Dr. Zoe
      • Ann teaches Diane's daughters to be doctors. Ann: "Doctor Zoe, could you please use the reflex hammer to see if she's okay? This is the most fun I have ever had with kids." (Season 5 episode Women in Garbage)
    • Sergeant Thunderfist M.D.
      • Andy's new alter ego. (Season 7 episode One Last Ride)
  • Drugstores
    • Good Neighbor Pharmacy
      • Drug store where Leslie picks up a Midstream brand pregnancy test. (Season 6 episode Flu Seadon 2)
  • Electronics
    • GrizzleGlass
      • Parks and Recreation version of Google Glass that Dennis Feinstein mentions. (Season 7 episode Save JJ's)
  • Electronics Stores
    • Stand And Mobile Phone Emporium
      • Local business that Leslie mentions. (Season 4 episode Meet 'n' Greet)
  • Electronics-Power
    • TMK 2500
      • Generator Leslie gets for the Harvest Festival that goes out. (Season 3 episode Harvest Festival)
  • Elementary Schools
    • Steven Day Elementary
      • Location of the public forum. (Season 2 episode Sweetums)
  • Entertainment for Hire
    • Bucky
      • Lil Sebastian look alike horse. (Season 5 episode Leslie and Ben)
  • Essays and Reports
    • City Of Pawnee Parks And Recreation Department Master Plan
      • The yearly budget and planning proposal. (Season 2 episode The Master Plan)
    • East, Read, "Eat, Pray, Love" Talk
      • One of the scrapbooks visible when Leslie describes her friendship with Ann as "so grand it takes 103 scrapbooks to capture it." (Season 6 episode Ann and Chris)
    • Family Album: Ben And Leslie
      • Scrapbook Leslie makes for her and Ben. (Season 5 episode Jerry's Retirement)
    • Gergich Family Trip: Muncie, Indiana
      • Jerry's scrapbook that he shares with Leslie. (Season 5 episode Jerry's Retirement)
    • Happy 1st Anniversary
      • Scrapbook Ben makes for Leslie of the date he planned for her that he ended up spending with Larry. (Season 6 episode Anniversaries)
    • Ice Cream Sandwich Taste Test
      • One of the scrapbooks visible when Leslie describes her friendship with Ann as "so grand it takes 103 scrapbooks to capture it." (Season 6 episode Ann and Chris)
    • Jerry Gergich: A Career In Government
      • Scrapbook Leslie makes for Jerry for his retirement. (Season 5 episode Jerry's Retirement)
    • Kelly Clarkson Concerts 1, 2 & 3
      • One of the scrapbooks visible when Leslie describes her friendship with Ann as "so grand it takes 103 scrapbooks to capture it." (Season 6 episode Ann and Chris)
    • Leslie And Ben (and Us!)
      • A scrapbook by Tom and April. (Season 5 episode Leslie and Ben)
    • Mission Im-Pawnee-able: Knope Protocol
      • Leslie's disaster preparedness binder. (Season 5 episode Emergency Response)
    • More Questions About The Job
      • Leslie's binder with questions about the job offer she receives from the national park service. (Season 6 episode New Slogan)
    • The Mystery Of The Woman We Saw In Foodstuff Who Looked Like Isla Fisher
      • One of the scrapbooks visible when Leslie describes her friendship with Ann as "so grand it takes 103 scrapbooks to capture it." (Season 6 episode Ann and Chris)
    • Thanks Form The Memories
      • Leslie's scrapbook that gets the team access to the Parks and Recreation equipment requisition form that they need to fix the swing. (Season 7 episode One Last Ride)
    • Thoughts On Sam Waterston
      • One of the scrapbooks visible when Leslie describes her friendship with Ann as "so grand it takes 103 scrapbooks to capture it." (Season 6 episode Ann and Chris)
  • Fairs, Festivals and Parades
    • 4th Of July Pet Parade
      • Parks Department project commemorated on the wall of City Hall. (Season 3 episode Go Big or Go Home)
    • The Founder's Week Parade
      • Annual parade in Pawnee that makes the Rose Bowl Parade look like a turds-on-wheels convention. (Season 5 episode Are You Better Off?)
    • The Harvest Festival
      • Parks Department project Leslie mentions. (Season 3 episode Go Big or Go Home). Home of the Pie-Mary. (Season 7 episode Pie-Mary)
    • The Leslie Knope Employment Enjoyment Summerslam Grill Jam Fun-splosion
      • Every summer, Leslie throws a barbecue to thank the Parks and Maintenance staff at Ramsett Park, complete with a popsicle-eating contest, a slip'n slide-a-thon, watermelon carving, a gazpacho-off, and stars in a one-woman show about parks rules and regulations called Parks and Dolls. (Season 5 episode Ms. Knope Goes to Washington)
    • Marriage-Go-Round
      • Parks Department project commemorated on the wall of City Hall. "Twenty four couples tied the knot at Pawnee's first and last Marriage-Go-Round 1983" (Season 3 episode Go Big or Go Home)
    • Pawnee Community Art Show: Visions Of Nature
      • Art show featuring Jerry's painting The Centaur Goddess Dyaphena Slaying a Great Stag. (Season 3 episode Jerry's Painting)
    • Pawnee Popsicle Lick N' Pass
      • Annual event in Pawnee that had to be canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. (The Parks and Recreation Special)
    • Pawnee Winter Harvest Festival 1983
      • Parks Department project commemorated on the wall of City Hall. (Season 3 episode Go Big or Go Home)
    • Semi-Annual Pawnee Pumpkin Patch 1980
      • 1980 Parks Department project commemorated on the wall of City Hall. (Season 3 episode Go Big or Go Home)
    • Winter Jamboree
      • Parks Department project that Leslie mentions. (Season 3 episode Go Big or Go Home)
  • Farms
    • Nolan's Orchard Farm
      • Vendor at Pawnee farmer's market. (Season 6 episode Farmers Market)
    • Willow Farms
      • Organic turkey product Chris uses to make his turkey burger. (Season 3 episode Soulmates)
  • Fast Food-Burgers
    • Big And Wide
      • Local restaurant that Leslie mentions when talking about her first act as a city councilwoman, which is to propose a tax on giant sugary sodas. (Season 5 episode Soda Tax)
    • Colonel Plum's Slop Trough
      • Local restaurant that Leslie mentions when talking about her first act as a city councilwoman, which is to propose a tax on giant sugary sodas. Formerly Sue's Salads. (Season 5 episode Soda Tax)
    • The Fat Sack
      • Local restaurant that Leslie mentions when talking about her first act as a city councilwoman, which is to propose a tax on giant sugary sodas. (Season 5 episode Soda Tax)
    • Paunch Burger
      • Local restaurant that Leslie mentions when talking about her first act as a city councilwoman, which is to propose a tax on giant sugary sodas. (Season 5 episode Soda Tax) Councilman Jamm wants to build a Paunch Burger fast food restaurant on lot 48. (Season 5 episode Leslie vs April) In order to make himself be able to eat a banana, Ron puts it inside a Pauch Burger. (Season5 episode Animal Control)
  • Fast Food-Other
    • Big Head Joe's
      • They have the most insane burritos, including one called the Meat Tornado. It literally killed a guy last year. (Season 3 episode Flu Season)
    • The Tommy Chopper
      • Tom's new business venture - they serve chopped salads out of a decommissioned military helicopter. (Season 7 episode 2017)
    • Wikiwiki Yumyum
      • Hawaiian grub. Fast food business that provided food for the Pawnee Commons benefit. (Season 5 episode Emergency Response)
  • Financial Services
    • Tilton And Radomski
      • Accounting firm where Ben applies for a job, but then quits. (Season 4 episode Citizen Knope) Ben applies again, quits again. (Season 5 episode Leslie vs April)
  • Flowers, Plants and Trees
    • Tommy Trees
      • Theoretical tree that Tom mentions: "Tom Haverfords don't grow on trees. If they did, I'd sell 'em." (Season 4 episode The Treaty)
  • Food
    • Bobby Bar
      • New Sweetums product Bobby Newport, heir to the Sweetums candy fortune, gives away during his campaign. (Season 4 episode Campaign Ad)
    • Disco Dairy
      • Tom experiments with some new entrepreneurial ideas by putting glitter in butter. Spread the party. (Season 5 episode Ms. Knope Goes to Washington)
    • NutriYums
      • The healthy energy bar made by Sweetums (Season 2 episode Sweetums)
    • Sweetums Corn Syrup
      • Gifts Leslie gives her visitors from their sister city in Venezuela. Leslie: "A bottle of high-fructose corn syrup, made right here in Pawnee's own Sweetums factory. Sweetums! If you can't beat 'em, Sweetums! Since 1891. And eight and a half dozen rubber baby bottle nipples, also made here in Pawnee. Kernston's Rubber Nipples, tastes like the real thing." (Season 2 episode Sister City)
    • Sweetums High-Fructose Corn Syrup
      • Product made by the Sweetums company in Pawnee.
    • Sweetums NutriYum Bars
      • Product made by the Sweetums company in Pawnee. An unhealthy product marketed as a healthy product.
    • Yogurt Platinum
      • Tom's idea for a gourmet alcoholic yogurt. (Season 4 episode Bus Tour)
  • Food Companies
    • Artisano's Oils And Spices
      • Vendor at Pawnee farmer's market. (Season 6 episode Farmers Market)
    • Chardbodies
      • The new chard stand at Pawnee farmer's market. "Get a chard on!" (Season 6 episode Farmers Market)
    • Connie's Cabbage
      • Vendor at Pawnee farmer's market. (Season 6 episode Farmers Market) Yelp inspires Ron to compose strongly-worded letters about things he disapproves of, including Connie's cabbage. (Season 6 episode Anniversaries)
    • Indiana Honey
      • Vendor at Pawnee farmer's market. (Season 6 episode Farmers Market)
    • Lagavulin Distillery
      • Ron takes Ben's advice and diversifies his portfolio by selling some of his gold and investing in a distillery. (Season 7 episode One Last Ride)
    • Old Town Bakery
      • Vendor at Pawnee farmer's market. (Season 6 episode Farmers Market)
    • The Pawnee Bread Factory
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    • Sweetums
      • Pawnee's leading sweet treat manufacturer. Slogan: "If you can't beat 'em, Sweetums."
  • Forests
    • Cupcake Forest
      • Ron's stepchildren make him a crown, and dub him King Sparkle of Cupcake Forest. (Season 6 episode One in 8,000)
    • Wamapoke County Forest
      • Leslie takes the department on a camping trip to the Pawnee Campground in the Wamapoke County Forest. (Season 3 episode Camping)
  • Funeral Homes, Mortuaries and Morgues
    • Lerpiss Mortuary
      • Mortuary. (Season 7 episode Ron & Jammy)
  • Furniture Stores
    • 1-800-Mattress
      • Leslie: "Councilman Dexhart, you're involved in yet another scandal? That's crazier than Mayor Gunderson's dog, Rufus. Yes, there is a new one, and it's a doozie. I don't want to go into the details, but let me just say that it involves multiple women, a love child, nurses, rabbis, priests Hey! Well, I hope you can all join me at my fundraiser tonight. I am being supported, of course, by the Glitter Factory and 1-800-Mattress." (Season 2 episode Christmas Scandal)
  • Games
    • Chess-Risk
      • Game Leslie creates. It's half chess, half Risk and takes like 15 hours to play. (Season 4 End of the World)
  • Goverment-Local
    • Pawnee Public Works
      • Local utility service in Pawnee. (Season 4 episode Smallest Park)
  • Government Entities and Agencies/Bureaus/Councils
    • Committee To Humiliate And Shame America
      • Boraqua, Venezuela Parks and Recreation Department committee. Hugo Chavez' passion project. (Season 2 episode Sister City)
    • Departmental Ad-Hoc Sub-Committee For Lot Beautification
      • Leslie's suggestion for the new name of her subcommittee. (Season 2 episode Ron and Tammy)
    • Departmental Ad-Hoc Sub-Committee For Pit Beautification
      • The name of Leslie's sub-committee. (Season 2 episode Sister City)
    • Indiana Department Of Emergency Preparedness
      • Government department that Jamm calls in to conduct a disaster preparedness drill in Pawnee. (Season 5 episode Emergency Response)
    • Pawnee Historical Society
      • One of Ron's 94 meetings on March 31st. (Season 2 episode 94 Meetings)
  • Grocery Stores
    • Food And Stuff
      • A discount food outlet equidistant from Ron's home and his work, where Ron buys all his food, and most of his stuff. (Season 3 episode Soulmates)
    • Grain 'N Simple
      • Health food store in Snerling. (Season 3 episode Soulmates)
  • Gun Stores
    • The Gun-believable Gun Emporium
      • Gun store owner Fester Trim is one of the city council candidates at the debate. (Season 4 episode The Debate)
  • Halls, Opera Houses and Theaters
    • Black Box Theater
      • Theater on the Pawnee Community College campus (Season 5 episode Leslie vs April)
    • Pawnee Amphitheater
      • Leslie takes the department camping to brainstorm ideas for their next project following the Harvest Festival. Tom's idea is to build an amphitheater. (Season 3 episode Camping)
  • Hardware Stores
    • Barrett's Hardware
      • Local hardware store in Pawnee. (Season 5 episode Bailout)
    • Strackwell Hardware
      • Local hardware store in Pawnee that requests government bailout money. (Season 5 episode Bailout)
  • Health Clubs, Massage and Spa Services
    • Muncie Meditation Centre
      • Through this door lies a deep, serene quietude. (Season 4 episode Live Ammo)
    • Smooth Operator Bikini Waxes
      • Local business that Leslie mentions. (Season 4 episode Meet 'n' Greet)
    • Therapie Spa
      • Spa, stop on Tom and Donna's day of treating themselves. (Season 4 episode Pawnee Rangers)
  • Healthcare-Other
    • LASIK For Fingernails
      • Tom's new business idea. (Season 6 episode The Wall)
    • Pawnee Diagnostic Imaging
      • Leslie's first date gives her an MRI scan. (Season 2 episode The Set-Up)
    • Sperm Bank Of America
      • Local sperm bank Ann visits when she decides to have a baby. (Season 5 episode Ann's Decision)
  • High Schools
    • Eagleton High School
      • Leslie seeks out the endorsement of local Pawnee Central legend Pistol Pete, who in 1992 clinched a comeback victory over Eagleton High with a last-second dunk. (Season 4 episode The Comeback Kid)
    • Pawnee Central Drunken Savages
      • Team mascot back in 1992, later changed. (Season 4 episode The Comeback Kid)
    • Pawnee Central High School
      • Location of the Pawnee Model UN exercise. (Season 4 episode The Treaty)
  • Historical Events
    • The Pawnee Bread Factory Fire of 1922
      • Event Leslie mentions, during which William Percy, one of Pawnee's greatest mayors, ran back into a burning building and saved the beloved secret recipe for Pawnee Pumpernickel. (Season 2 episode Greg Pikitis)
  • Holidays
    • Breakfast Day
      • Anniversary/holiday that Leslie creates for her and Ann, commemorating the first time they hung out at JJ's, which she considers the beginning of their friendship. (Season 5 episode Article Two)
    • Calendar Day
      • Anniversary/holiday that Leslie creates for her and Ann, commemorating the first time she ever bought Ann a calendar. (Season 5 episode Article Two)
    • Founder's Week
      • Annual celebration of all things Pawnee that includes a pie-eating contest, a giant petting zoo and the Founder's Week parade. (Season 5 episode Are You Better Off?)
    • Mail Day
      • Anniversary/holiday that Leslie creates for her and her mail delivery person, commemorating the first time she delivered her mail. (Season 5 episode Article Two)
    • New Founder's Day
      • New holiday Leslie wants to create, the official beginning to the new combined towns of Pawnee and Eagleton. (Season 6 episode The Wall)
    • Ted Party Day
      • Holiday when the residents of Pawnee commemorate the great Pawnee Tea Dump of 1817 by throwing a guy named Ted in a lake, due to confusion regarding the old-timey script in the town charter. (Season 5 episode Article Two)
    • Waffle Day
      • Anniversary/holiday that Leslie creates for her and Ben. (Season 5 episode Article Two)
  • Home Furnishing Products
    • Man Pillow
      • Product on Leslie's credit card bill - the pillow shaped like a man that looks like Daniel Craig. (Season 2 episode KaBOOM!)
    • Super-straw
      • Andy's latest invention, a three foot long straw made from a bunch of normal straws. (Season 3 episode Flu Season)
  • Home Furnishing Stores
    • Carpet Emporium
      • Andy: "Status update: My new suspect: the dude who runs Carpet Emporium. The way I figure it is, criminals love to wrap things up in rugs." (Season 5 episode Leslie vs April)
  • Hospitals
    • C.T. Tavis Medical Building
      • Medical building from multiple episodes, referencing a character from David Foster Wallace's novel Infinite Jest. (Season 5 episode Partridge, Season 6 episode Galentine's Day)
    • County General
      • Local hospital. Tom's wife is a surgeon at County General. (Season 2 episode Greg Pikitis)
    • Facklemann Memorial Hospital
      • Partridge hospital where Ben is taken, referencing a character from David Foster Wallace's novel Infinite Jest. (Season 5 episode Partridge)
    • Montesian Memorial Hospital
      • Hospital. (Season 6 episode Gin It Up!)
    • Pawnee Hospital
      • Pawnee Hospital was overrun with raccoons, so Leslie had to be born in Eagleton. (Season 4 episode Born & Raised) Doubling Pawnee Hospital's emergency room nursing staff is listed as one of the things that Leslie is for in her campaign ad. (Season 4 episode Campaign Ad)
    • Pawnee Medical Center
      • Hospital where Andy goes to see Dr. Harris. (Season 4 episode Campaign Ad)
    • Pawnee Saint Joseph Hospital
      • Hospital where Andy's leg casts are removed, also known as St. Joseph's Medical Center, St. Joe's. (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
  • Ice Cream and Yogurt Shops
    • Pawnee Palms Snow-cones
      • Local snow-cone vendor at the Pawnee Palms Public Putt-Putt golf course. (Season 5 episode Swing Vote)
    • Sherm's Ice Cream
      • Ice cream parlor where Jerry met his beautiful wife Gayle. (Season 5 episode Two Parties)
  • Job Services
    • Hoosiercareers.com
      • Website where Tom applies for a new job, listing, "Attempted to designate one area park for Ladies Only, failed, but successfully dodged resulting discrimination lawsuit” as one of his accomplishments as an administrator at the Parks Department. (Season 3 episode The Bubble)
  • Laws and Statutes
    • Bill 949-C
      • Councilman Jamm proposes a bill that that only allows someone to vote in a Pawnee election if their I.D. lists an official Pawnee address. (Season 6 episode Filibuster)
    • The Leslie Knope Fun In The Sun Act
      • Leslie's new bill that will extend public pool hours citywide. (Season 5 episode How a Bill Becomes a Law)
    • Pawnee Charter Article Seven
      • Section that defines buffalo meat as acceptable currency. (Season 5 episode Article Two)
    • Pawnee Charter Article Three, Section Seven
      • Section that allows for a citizen filibuster. (Season 5 episode Article Two)
    • Pawnee Charter Article Two, Section Two
      • Be it decreed: Should the taxation of tea rise to an unacceptable level, citizens shall dump Ted into Ramsett Lake. (Season 5 episode Article Two)
    • Pawnee Jobs Bill P-129.4
      • Proposed legislation. Passing it is listed as one of the things that Leslie is for in her campaign ad. (Season 4 episode Campaign Ad)
  • Legal Services
    • Fwar, Dips, Winshares, Gritt, Babip, Pecota, Vorp & Eckstein
      • Law firm filled with Sabermetrics references. fWAR = FanGraphs' version of Wins Above Replacement. DIPS = Defense Independent Pitching Statistics, Win Shares = a system developed in the early 2000s by sabermetric legend Bill James. BABIP = Batting average on balls in play. PECOTA = Player Empirical Comparison and Optimization Test Algorithm. VORP = Value over replacement player. Eckstein = former MLB infielder David Eckstein. (Season 7 episode 2017)
    • Gately, Wayne, Kittenplan And Troelstch
      • Law firm Councilman Jamm hires, referencing characters from David Foster Wallace's novel Infinite Jest. (Season 5 episode Partridge)
    • Law Offices Of Babip, Pecota, Vorp & Eckstein
      • Law firm filled with Sabermetrics references. BABIP = Batting average on balls in play. PECOTA = Player Empirical Comparison and Optimization Test Algorithm. VORP = Value over replacement player. Eckstein = former MLB infielder David Eckstein. (Season 6 episode Gin It Up!)
  • Libraries
    • Leslie Knope Library
      • New library at Indiana University, named after the two time state governor. (Season 7 episode One Last Ride)
    • Pawnee Public Library
      • Local library in Pawnee.
  • Lodging-Inns
    • Oxwood Inn
      • Hotel, bar (Season 2 episode Practice Date)
  • Lodging-Motels
    • Motel Glen Capri
      • Motel where Ron and his ex-wife go for sex after having lunch at Frank's Restaurant. (Season 2 episode Ron and Tammy)
    • Pawnee Super Suites Motel
      • Local motel where Ben has been staying - It's a charming little inn with wonderfully random wake-up calls, delightfully unstable temperatures, and bedbugs. (Season 3 episode Jerry's Painting) Chris presents evidence that Leslie submitted a receipt for reimbursement for her and Ben's romantic getaway. (Season 4 episode The Trial of Leslie Knope) Location of farewell party that Leslie throws for Ann and Chris. (Season 6 episode Ann and Chris)
  • Lodging-Other
    • Burly's Family Vacation House
      • Bed and breakfast on Lake Michigan where Andy and April spend their honeymoon. (Season 3 episode Andy and April's Fancy Party)
    • The Quiet Corn
      • Local bed and breakfast where the department ends up after Leslie's failed camping trip. (Season 3 episode Camping)
  • Magazines-News
    • Indiana Business Monthly
      • Magazine Tom mentions, saying he is one of Indiana Business Monthly's 35 under 35. (Season 7 episode 2017)
  • Magazines-Other
    • Accounting Magazine
      • Magazine that Ben references that ranked restaurants the number one riskiest business in their last issue before the folded, since magazines were also ranked very risky. (Season 6 episode The Wall)
    • House & Style
      • Magazine that Joe from the sewage department is reading in his office when Leslie pays him a visit. (Season 3 episode Soulmates)
    • Things Magazine
      • Magazine featuring Essence, the hot new bar in Eagleton where they guys go for Ben's bachelor party. (Season 5 episode Two Parties)
  • Magazines-Sports
    • Inner Cycling
      • Magazine April reads at the law firm. (Season 5 episode Partridge)
  • Makeup and Perfume
    • Allergic
      • There's a launch party for this new perfume by Dennis Feinstein at Tom's Snakehole Lounge. Allergic for Men, slogan: Cause a Reaction (Season 3 episode Indianapolis)
    • Attack
      • Cologne Tom wears, by Dennis Feinstein, for when you wanna attack the senses of the lady you wanna bed. (Season 2 episode 94 Meetings, Season 3 episode Indianapolis)
    • Blackout
      • Dennis Feinstein's ether-based perfume that was named one of Maxim's top hundred ways to trick someone into sex. (Season 3 episode Indianapolis)
    • Bloodspurt
      • Perfume by Dennis Feinstein. (Season 5 episode Animal Control)
    • Butterface
      • Perfume by Dennis Feinstein. (Season 5 episode Animal Control)
    • Cinnamon
      • Perfume by Dennis Feinstein. (Season 5 episode Animal Control)
    • Coma
      • Perfume by Dennis Feinstein. (Season 3 episode Indianapolis)
    • Girth
      • Ron's ex-wife Tammy's favorite perfume brand. (Season 7 episode Ron & Jammy)
    • Glyde
      • Perfume by Dennis Feinstein.
    • The Hounds
      • FDA-rejected cologne Dennis Feinstein developed that makes everything smell like wet dog, used to disperse the Save JJ's protestors outside his office building. (Season 7 episode Save JJ's)
    • Itch
      • Perfume by Dennis Feinstein. (Season 3 episode Indianapolis)
    • Miracle Cure
      • Dennis Feinstein's latest fragrance, promoted during the Covid-19 pandemic. "Don't Listen to the Nerds! It works!" (The Parks and Recreation Special)
    • Money Shots
      • Perfume by Dennis Feinstein. (Season 5 episode Animal Control)
    • Ooze
      • Perfume by Dennis Feinstein. (Season 5 episode Animal Control)
    • Sideboob
      • Perfume by Dennis Feinstein. (Season 3 episode Indianapolis)
    • Sluts
      • When Tom pitches Dennis Feinstein his Tommy Fresh cologne, Dennis tells him that some other guy just pitched him another cologne called Sluts. (Season 3 episode Indianapolis)
    • Spasm
      • Perfume by Dennis Feinstein. (Season 5 episode Animal Control)
    • Thickening
      • Perfume by Dennis Feinstein. (Season 3 episode Indianapolis)
    • Tommy Fresh
      • Name that Tom mentions for his future cologne product. (Season 2 episode Woman of the Year)
    • Watch Cologne
      • New business idea that April comes up with to cheer Tom up - cologne for watches. (Season 6 episode New Slogan)
    • Yearning
      • Perfume by Dennis Feinstein that Mark buys for Ann for Valentine's Day. (Season 2 episode Galentine's Day, Season 3 episode Indianapolis)
  • Manufacturing Companies
    • Feinstein Luxury Fragrances, LLC
      • Dennis Feinstein's company name, as seen on the check he writes. (Season 5 episode Animal Control)
    • Kernston's Rubber Nipple Factory
      • Factory in Pawnee. When Leslie was nine years old, she broke her arm sledding down Nipple Hill, a giant hill behind Kernston's Rubber Nipple Factory. (Season 4 episode Born & Raised)
    • Kernston's Rubber Nipples
      • Gifts Leslie gives her visitors from their sister city in Venezuela. Leslie: "A bottle of high-fructose corn syrup, made right here in Pawnee's own Sweetums factory. Sweetums! If you can't beat 'em, Sweetums! Since 1891. And eight and a half dozen rubber baby bottle nipples, also made here in Pawnee. Kernston's Rubber Nipples, tastes like the real thing." (Season 2 episode Sister City)
  • Meat
    • Derwin Ham Loafs
      • When Leslie seeks out the endorsement of local Pawnee Central legend Pistol Pete, he tells her that he will happily endorse her As Peter Disellio, regional distributor for Derwin Ham Loafs, but not for the comeback victory he clenched in 1992 with a last-second dunk against Eagleton High. (Season 4 episode The Comeback Kid)
  • Menu Items
    • Catfish And Grits, With Pumpernickel Toast
      • Dish Ann orders. (Season 5 episode Ann's Decision)
    • Charlize Theron's Yellowtail
      • Tom takes Donna to the hottest restaurant in L.A., where all the sushi is made from fish previously owned by celebrities. (Season 7 episode Save JJ's)
    • The Enforcer
      • Steak menu option at Charles Mulligan's steakhouse, which Ron Swanson ate on January 7, 2000. (Season 3 episode Indianapolis)
    • The Four Horse-meals Of The Egg-pork-calypse
      • The world's best breakfast dish. Menu item at J.J's Diner. (Season 3 episode Time Capsule)
    • Fried Sausage Quilts
      • Snack served at the Unity Concert. (Season 6 episode Movin' Up)
    • German Muffin
      • Muffin served at The Quiet Corn, the local bed and breakfast where the department ends up after Leslie's failed camping trip. (Season 3 episode Camping)
    • Greasy Lard Bomb
      • Menu item, Paunch Burger's number one selling burger. (Season 5 episode Emergency Response)
    • Jamaican Jerk Chicken Veloci-Wrap
      • Menu item at Dinosaur-themed restaurant Jurassic Fork. (Season 2 episode Tom's Divorce)
    • Josh Groban's Softshell Crab
      • Tom takes Donna to the hottest restaurant in L.A., where all the sushi is made from fish previously owned by celebrities. (Season 7 episode Save JJ's)
    • Meat Tornado
      • Insane burrito that "literally killed a guy last year" at Big Head Joe's.
    • Number Two
      • Menu item at local restaurant Paunch Burger: Double Bacon Grenade Deluxe, hash browns, chili cheese fries, and one poached egg. (Season 5 episode Soda Tax)
    • Paul Reiser's Salmon
      • Tom takes Donna to the hottest restaurant in L.A., where all the sushi is made from fish previously owned by celebrities. (Season 7 episode Save JJ's)
    • Peter Bogdanovich's Saltwater Eel
      • Tom takes Donna to the hottest restaurant in L.A., where all the sushi is made from fish previously owned by celebrities. (Season 7 episode Save JJ's)
    • Pizza-stuffed-crust Pizza
      • Pizza whose crust was stuffed with little pizzas, and the crust of those little pizzas was made of chocolate. (Season 6 episode Anniversaries)
    • Red And White Heirloom Red Bean Pasta
      • New dish at Tom's Bistro, served with an imported Tuscan walnut herb sauce infused with shaved heritage Pecorino Romano. (Season 7 episode Gryzzlbox)
    • The Surf-and-turf-a-saurus
      • Menu item at Dinosaur-themed restaurant Jurassic Fork. (Season 2 episode Tom's Divorce)
    • Swanson
      • A turkey leg sold at the Freddy Spaghetti concert festival, with bacon. Ron: "They call it a Swanson." (Season 2 episode The Freddy Spaghetti)
    • Tricera-chops
      • Menu item at Dinosaur-themed restaurant Jurassic Fork. (Season 2 episode Tom's Divorce)
    • Triple Decker Breakfast Pizza
      • Menu item at Paunch Burger. (Season 5 episode Are You Better Off?)
    • Turf And Turf
      • Entree Ron eats at a restaurant. Ron: "I call this Turf and Turf. It's a 16-ounce T-bone and a 24-ounce porterhouse. Also, whiskey and a cigar. I'm gonna consume all of this at the same time because I am a free American." (Season 2 episode Sweetums)
    • Tyranna-Caesar Salad
      • Menu item at Dinosaur-themed restaurant Jurassic Fork. (Season 2 episode Tom's Divorce)
  • Menu Items-Drinks
    • The Beer-yonce Knowles
      • Drink that Tom named at the Snakehole Lounge. It's just a regular beer, but in a sexy-ass mug. Pairs nicely with the Jay-Zima. (Season 4 episode Live Ammo)
    • Bronto Grigio
      • Menu item at Dinosaur-themed restaurant Jurassic Fork. (Season 2 episode Tom's Divorce)
    • The Forked Tongue
      • Mixed drink on the menu at the Snakehole Lounge. "Add SnakeJuice to hot cocoa, stir well, and top with whipped cream. The hot cocoa will soon warm you up, and the SnakeJuice will soon impair your speech to a level that people will think you have a forked tongue." (Season 2 episode Telethon)
    • The Haverford Boilermaker
      • Mixed drink on the menu at the Snakehole Lounge. "Grab a seat at a bar stool. Carefully drop the 1/8 whiskey shot into the beer, ensuring the shallow level of beer doesn't shatter the shot glass. Shoot back the mixture, using as many gulps as you need to empty the glass. Immediately follow with three glasses (24 oz) of water. Do not stand up for twenty minutes."
    • Hiss Cream Soda
      • Mixed drink on the menu at the Snakehole Lounge. "Ladies - are you tired of the same old boring "lady drinks" you're always ordering? Try this super-sweet concoction, guaranteed to bring a smile to your face and power to your dance moves. (Also guaranteed to make you need a designated driver, so plan accordingly.)"
    • Hiss Juice
      • Mixed drink on the menu at the Snakehole Lounge. "Shed your skin with this shot, a cranberry version of Sex on the Beach. Almost as good as the real thing."
    • The Jay-Zima
      • Drink that Tom named at the Snakehole Lounge, because they bought a bunch of Zima when the factory shut down. (Season 4 episode Live Ammo)
    • The Joan
      • Cocktail Joan orders at Tom's Bistro opening. It's a tumbler of gin, and it's got crushed aspirin around the rim. (Season 6 episode Movin' Up)
    • Medusa's Revenge
      • Mixed drink on the menu at the Snakehole Lounge. "Rum-filled concoction with many straws for sharing, or quick solitary consumption."
    • The Nectar Of 1,000 Sorrows
      • Episode "End Of The World". Red wine & root beer.
    • The Nectar Of A Thousand Sorrows
      • Beverage served by the followers of Reasonableism - Made from root beer & red wine. (Season 4 End of the World)
    • Nimbus Martini
      • A mixed drink with an aromasphere, meant to be inhaled, served at Essence, the hot new bar in Eagleton where they guys go for Ben's bachelor party. They specialize in molecular mixology, an experimental new way to consume alcohol. (Season 5 episode Two Parties)
    • Pawnee Sunrise
      • Mixed drink on the menu at the Snakehole Lounge. "Inspired by the color of the sky the morning of the 1906 Pawnee Bread Factory Fire. Who knew burning flour and yeast looked so orangey green?"
    • Slithery Russian
      • Mixed drink on the menu at the Snakehole Lounge. "This tastes like if a hot Russian spy and a badass snake got it on... in a world where fictional woman-on-snake hookups were pleasing, and could somehow be served over ice."
    • Sweetums Fizz
      • Mixed drink on the menu at the Snakehole Lounge. Ingredients include Sweetums High-Fructose Corn Syrup, served in a Sweetums Syrup-rimmed martini glass.
    • Sweetums Lil Swallow
      • Small size beverage cup served at local restaurants. (Season 5 episode Soda Tax)
    • Sweetums Sugar Splash
      • Giant sugary beverage served at local restaurants. (Season 5 episode Soda Tax)
    • Tommytini
      • Tom's mixed drink. It's just vodka and a bunch of cinnamon. (Season 3 episode Indianapolis)
  • Methods, Procedures and Techniques
    • Blood Type Positive
      • Chris reveals that he has been donating blood 4 times a work while in quarantine during the Covid-19 pandemic, and that his blood type is just plain, "Positive" (The Parks and Recreation Special)
    • Code 3542
      • Pawnee Police code for Assault and Battery. (Season 5 episode Emergency Response)
    • Code 533
      • Pawnee Police code for Arson. (Season 5 episode Emergency Response)
    • The Swanson Pyramid Of Greatness
      • A perfectly calibrated recipe for maximum personal achievement. (Season 3 episode Go Big or Go Home)
  • Middle Schools
    • King Philip Middle School
      • Kelly's daughter Liz Waverly's daughter's middle school. (Season 3 episode Time Capsule)
  • Mix Tapes
    • Benji's Cool Times Summer Jamz Mix
      • Ben's mix CD. (Season 5 episode How a Bill Becomes a Law)
  • Mobile Apps
    • Automated Word Counter
      • New app proposed to April's committee. (Season 6 episode Second Chunce)
    • GryzzlBook
      • Social media app. (Season 7 episode Ron & Jammy)
    • GryzzlDump
      • Tech company Gryzzl's music service that launched in November. They now have 170 million users. (Season 6 episode Movin' Up)
    • GryzzlFace
      • Skype-like Gryzzl app that Donna uses to join a meeting. (Season 7 episode One Last Ride)
    • GryzzlFeed
      • Social media app Donna mentions. (Season 7 episode 2017)
    • GryzzlTube
      • Social Media app, like YouTube. (Season 7 episode Gryzzlbox)
    • GryzzlVibe
      • Coffee sales app Gryzzl is developing with Starbucks. It monitors your mood, using facial-recognition software to track your expressions. If the camera senses that you're in a bad mood, it will geo-match you to the nearest cup of sweet pick-me-up java. But, if you're in a good mood, it will geo-nudge you to a sweet coffee shop. (Season 7 episode Gryzzlbox)
    • Phone-bacus
      • New app proposed to April's committee. An abacus, but on your phone. (Season 6 episode Second Chunce)
  • Movie Theaters
    • The Pawnee Mono-plex
      • The prize for bringing in the most donations during the 12th Leslie Knope Fundraising Phone Bank is 2 tickets to the Pawnee Mono-plex movie theater. (Season 4 episode Bowling for Votes)
  • Movies
    • Cones of Dunshire: The Ledgerman's Ascent
      • Going a little stir crazy in quarantine during the Covid-19 pandemic, Ben decides to make adapt his famous game into a claymation feature. Also considering the name Cones of Dunshire: The Curse of the Arbiter's Prophecy. (The Parks and Recreation Special)
    • Double Endorsement
      • Joke Leslie makes. Leslie: "Tonight he's going to endorse Ben, and Trumple is going to endorse me. Double endorsement. Ooh, that sounds like an Ashley Judd movie." (Season 4 episode Dave Returns)
    • How Far Is Too Far Enough: The Teri Palliber Lonergan Story
      • Lifetime movie. Ann: "I watch a lot of Lifetime movies. There was this one, How Far is Too Far Enough: The Teri Palliber Lonergan Story. This woman had agoraphobia and her therapist was obsessed with her, and he hid in her house. And then he attacked her and tried to eat her toes. Also, her daughter was having sex way too young." (Season 2 episode Park Safety)
    • Point Break
      • Remake of the classic movie, starring Tom in both Keanu Reeves and Patrick Swayze roles. (Season 3 episode Soulmates)
    • The Shadows Of Seven Heads
      • The dramatic tale of an Israeli soldier who falls in love with conjoined Palestinian sextuplets, out soon from Focus Features. (Season 5 episode Pawnee Commons)
  • Movies-Documentary
    • Tears Of My Blowhole
      • Documentary about the brutality of Japan's whaling industry, available at Pawnee Videodome. (Season 5 episode Bailout)
  • Movies-Fake Reboots and Sequels
    • Hitch 2: Son Of A Hitch
      • Fictional sequel to Hitch that Tom mentions, starring Jaden Smith. (Season 7 episode Save JJ's)
  • Movies-Horror
    • Death Canoe 4: Murder At Blood Lake
      • Fake slasher movie screening. Footage is actually from the horror film Blood Hook. (Season 5 episode Halloween Surprise)
  • Movies-Parody
    • Pork Fiction
      • A Pawnee citizen collects toy pigs dressed like movie stars. Gryzzl sends him Hamuel L. Jackson from the movie Pork Fiction. (Season 7 episode Gryzzlbox)
  • Movies-Porn
    • 69 Jump Street
      • Pornographic movie starring Brand Maxxxx, 21 Jump Street reference. (Season 7 episode Pie-Mary)
    • Erectus In Black
      • Porn movie available for rent at the Pawnee VideoDome XXX Adult DVD Emporium. (Season 5 episode Bailout)
    • Fifty Shaved Old Gays
      • Pornographic movie starring Brand Maxxxx, Fifty Shades of Gray reference. (Season 7 episode Pie-Mary)
    • A Good Guy To Lay Hard
      • Porn parody of A Good Day to Die Hard, starring Brand Maxxxx. (Season 5 episode Are You Better Off?)
    • High Heel Hellcats
      • Porn movie available for rent at the Pawnee VideoDome XXX Adult DVD Emporium. "She's a steel-mounted cat …and she ain't gonna let you down!" (Season 5 episode Bailout)
    • Hot Tub Nurses
      • Porn movie available for rent at the Pawnee VideoDome XXX Adult DVD Emporium. (Season 5 episode Bailout)
    • The Incredible Burt Wonder Bone
      • Porn parody of The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, starring Brand Maxxxx. (Season 5 episode Are You Better Off?)
    • Jack Reacharound
      • Porno movie starring Brandi Maxxxx that Chris almost uses to provide a sperm sample for Ann's baby. Name parody of Jack Reacher. (Season 5 episode Jerry's retirement)
    • Locker Room Heroines
      • Porn movie available for rent at the Pawnee VideoDome XXX Adult DVD Emporium. "Often a teaser, always a pleaser." (Season 5 episode Bailout)
    • Our Goo
      • Porn parody of Argo, starring Brand Maxxxx. (Season 5 episode Are You Better Off?)
    • Spanks For Coming To Dinner
      • Porn movie available for rent at the Pawnee VideoDome XXX Adult DVD Emporium. "She's about to get undressed… You're about to push play." (Season 5 episode Bailout)
    • Too Big To Nail
      • The porn movie adaptation of the story of the Pawnee bailout, starring Brandi Maxxxx as Leslie Knope. (Season 5 episode Bailout)
  • Museums
    • Dame Gervin's Misshapen Celebrity Castle
      • Museum in Indiana, where Madame Tussaud sends all of its failed wax figures, and if you can figure out who it is, you get to take it home. (Season 3 episode Indianapolis)
    • Grouseland
      • The William Henry Harrison museum. (Season 7 episode William Henry Harrison)
    • The Snow Globe Museum
      • Leslie leaves a scavenger hunt clue for Ben at the Snow Globe Museum. (Season 4 episode Operation Ann)
  • Musicians
    • Across The Isle
      • Corey booker and Orin Hatch's Polynesian folk band. (Season 7 episode Ms. Ludgate-Dwyer Goes to Washington)
    • Angel Snack
      • One of the many pervious names of Andy's band. Andy: "The band has had a few different names over the years. We started, we were Teddy Bear Suicide, but then we changed it to Mouse Rat. Then we were God Hates Figs, Department of Homeland Obscurity, Flames for Flames, Muscle Confusion, Nothing Rhymes with Orange, then Everything Rhymes with Orange, Punch Face Champions, Rad Wagon, Puppy Pendulum, Possum Pendulum, Penis Pendulum, Hand Rail Suicide, Angel Snack, Just the Tip, Three Skin Jet Black Pope, we went back to Mouse Rat, and now we are Scarecrow Boat. God, when I hear myself say Scarecrow Boat out loud, I kind of hate it." (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • Big, Lying Baby
      • Joke Andy's girlfriend makes about the name of Andy's band - they should change their name… (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • Bobby Knight Ranger
      • Night Ranger cover band at the Unity Concert. (Season 6 episode Movin' Up)
    • Burly And The Backstabbers
      • Name Andy comes up with for his old band when he discovers them playing a gig without him under the name Rat Mouse. (Season 5 episode Swing Vote)
    • Cherry Pie
      • Warrant cover band that Councilman Jamm mentions. (Season 6 episode Movin' Up)
    • Chipp McCapp
      • The headliner that Andy gets for the Unity Concert that backs out, the most amazing 17-year-old country singer in the entire world. He's like Indiana's sweetheart. His fans call themselves Chippmunks. (Season 6 episode Flu Seadon 2)
    • Department Of Homeland Obscurity
      • One of the many pervious names of Andy's band. Andy: "The band has had a few different names over the years. We started, we were Teddy Bear Suicide, but then we changed it to Mouse Rat. Then we were God Hates Figs, Department of Homeland Obscurity, Flames for Flames, Muscle Confusion, Nothing Rhymes with Orange, then Everything Rhymes with Orange, Punch Face Champions, Rad Wagon, Puppy Pendulum, Possum Pendulum, Penis Pendulum, Hand Rail Suicide, Angel Snack, Just the Tip, Three Skin Jet Black Pope, we went back to Mouse Rat, and now we are Scarecrow Boat. God, when I hear myself say Scarecrow Boat out loud, I kind of hate it." (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • DJ Bluntz
      • In-house DJ at The Dreamatorium. (Season 3 episode Li'l Sebastian), DJ featured at E720's End of the World Celebration. (Season 4 End of the World), DJ at the Valentine's Day dance (Season 4 episode Operation Ann) Tom surprises Donna with Treat Yo' Self 2017, featuring DJ Bluntz. (Season 7 episode Save JJ's)
    • Don't Forget To Bring Home Beers After Work
      • Joke Andy's girlfriend makes about the name of Andy's band - they should change their name… (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • The Duke Silver Trio
      • Ron Swanson's jazz band. (Season 2 episode Practice Date)
    • Eagle-eye Tiger
      • New name of Andy's band. (Season 3 episode Harvest Festival)
    • Everything Rhymes With Orange
      • One of the many pervious names of Andy's band. Andy: "The band has had a few different names over the years. We started, we were Teddy Bear Suicide, but then we changed it to Mouse Rat. Then we were God Hates Figs, Department of Homeland Obscurity, Flames for Flames, Muscle Confusion, Nothing Rhymes with Orange, then Everything Rhymes with Orange, Punch Face Champions, Rad Wagon, Puppy Pendulum, Possum Pendulum, Penis Pendulum, Hand Rail Suicide, Angel Snack, Just the Tip, Three Skin Jet Black Pope, we went back to Mouse Rat, and now we are Scarecrow Boat. God, when I hear myself say Scarecrow Boat out loud, I kind of hate it." (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • Flames For Flames
      • One of the many pervious names of Andy's band. Andy: "The band has had a few different names over the years. We started, we were Teddy Bear Suicide, but then we changed it to Mouse Rat. Then we were God Hates Figs, Department of Homeland Obscurity, Flames for Flames, Muscle Confusion, Nothing Rhymes with Orange, then Everything Rhymes with Orange, Punch Face Champions, Rad Wagon, Puppy Pendulum, Possum Pendulum, Penis Pendulum, Hand Rail Suicide, Angel Snack, Just the Tip, Three Skin Jet Black Pope, we went back to Mouse Rat, and now we are Scarecrow Boat. God, when I hear myself say Scarecrow Boat out loud, I kind of hate it." (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • Fleetwood Mac Sex Pants
      • Andy's new band name. (Season 5 episode Ann's Decision)
    • God Hates Figs
      • One of the many pervious names of Andy's band. Andy: "The band has had a few different names over the years. We started, we were Teddy Bear Suicide, but then we changed it to Mouse Rat. Then we were God Hates Figs, Department of Homeland Obscurity, Flames for Flames, Muscle Confusion, Nothing Rhymes with Orange, then Everything Rhymes with Orange, Punch Face Champions, Rad Wagon, Puppy Pendulum, Possum Pendulum, Penis Pendulum, Hand Rail Suicide, Angel Snack, Just the Tip, Three Skin Jet Black Pope, we went back to Mouse Rat, and now we are Scarecrow Boat. God, when I hear myself say Scarecrow Boat out loud, I kind of hate it." (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • Hand Rail Suicide
      • One of the many pervious names of Andy's band. Andy: "The band has had a few different names over the years. We started, we were Teddy Bear Suicide, but then we changed it to Mouse Rat. Then we were God Hates Figs, Department of Homeland Obscurity, Flames for Flames, Muscle Confusion, Nothing Rhymes with Orange, then Everything Rhymes with Orange, Punch Face Champions, Rad Wagon, Puppy Pendulum, Possum Pendulum, Penis Pendulum, Hand Rail Suicide, Angel Snack, Just the Tip, Three Skin Jet Black Pope, we went back to Mouse Rat, and now we are Scarecrow Boat. God, when I hear myself say Scarecrow Boat out loud, I kind of hate it." (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • Johnny Karate And His Magical Guitar Stick
      • Name Andy's band performs under when they play for Craig's nephew's birthday party, the best music they've heard in their miserable little lives, according to Craig. (Season 6 episode Farmers Market)
    • Jug Or Nots Jug Band
      • Jug band. (Season 7 episode William Henry Harrison)
    • Just The Tip
      • The current name of Andy's band (Season 1 episode Canvassing)
    • Land Ho
      • Fictional band that broke up ten years ago when their lead singer split. He titled their last album We'll Never Reunite. Mentioned as long shot for the Unity Concert. (Season 6 episode Flu Seadon 2). Land Ho reunites and plays the Unity Concert. (Season 6 episode Movin' Up)
    • Mouse Rat
      • The current name of Andy's band. (Season 1 episode Rock Show) Andy sells Mouse Rat CDs at his shoeshine stand. (Season 2 episode The Set-Up)
    • Muscle Confusion
      • One of the many pervious names of Andy's band. Andy: "The band has had a few different names over the years. We started, we were Teddy Bear Suicide, but then we changed it to Mouse Rat. Then we were God Hates Figs, Department of Homeland Obscurity, Flames for Flames, Muscle Confusion, Nothing Rhymes with Orange, then Everything Rhymes with Orange, Punch Face Champions, Rad Wagon, Puppy Pendulum, Possum Pendulum, Penis Pendulum, Hand Rail Suicide, Angel Snack, Just the Tip, Three Skin Jet Black Pope, we went back to Mouse Rat, and now we are Scarecrow Boat. God, when I hear myself say Scarecrow Boat out loud, I kind of hate it." (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • Nefertiti's Fjord
      • Lesbian Afro-Norwegian Funk duo played on WVYS. (Season 4 episode Born & Raised)
    • Nothing Rhymes With Orange
      • One of the many pervious names of Andy's band. Andy: "The band has had a few different names over the years. We started, we were Teddy Bear Suicide, but then we changed it to Mouse Rat. Then we were God Hates Figs, Department of Homeland Obscurity, Flames for Flames, Muscle Confusion, Nothing Rhymes with Orange, then Everything Rhymes with Orange, Punch Face Champions, Rad Wagon, Puppy Pendulum, Possum Pendulum, Penis Pendulum, Hand Rail Suicide, Angel Snack, Just the Tip, Three Skin Jet Black Pope, we went back to Mouse Rat, and now we are Scarecrow Boat. God, when I hear myself say Scarecrow Boat out loud, I kind of hate it." (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • Penis Pendulum
      • One of the many pervious names of Andy's band. Andy: "The band has had a few different names over the years. We started, we were Teddy Bear Suicide, but then we changed it to Mouse Rat. Then we were God Hates Figs, Department of Homeland Obscurity, Flames for Flames, Muscle Confusion, Nothing Rhymes with Orange, then Everything Rhymes with Orange, Punch Face Champions, Rad Wagon, Puppy Pendulum, Possum Pendulum, Penis Pendulum, Hand Rail Suicide, Angel Snack, Just the Tip, Three Skin Jet Black Pope, we went back to Mouse Rat, and now we are Scarecrow Boat. God, when I hear myself say Scarecrow Boat out loud, I kind of hate it." (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • Possum Pendulum
      • One of the many pervious names of Andy's band. Andy: "The band has had a few different names over the years. We started, we were Teddy Bear Suicide, but then we changed it to Mouse Rat. Then we were God Hates Figs, Department of Homeland Obscurity, Flames for Flames, Muscle Confusion, Nothing Rhymes with Orange, then Everything Rhymes with Orange, Punch Face Champions, Rad Wagon, Puppy Pendulum, Possum Pendulum, Penis Pendulum, Hand Rail Suicide, Angel Snack, Just the Tip, Three Skin Jet Black Pope, we went back to Mouse Rat, and now we are Scarecrow Boat. God, when I hear myself say Scarecrow Boat out loud, I kind of hate it." (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • Punch Face Champions
      • One of the many pervious names of Andy's band. Andy: "The band has had a few different names over the years. We started, we were Teddy Bear Suicide, but then we changed it to Mouse Rat. Then we were God Hates Figs, Department of Homeland Obscurity, Flames for Flames, Muscle Confusion, Nothing Rhymes with Orange, then Everything Rhymes with Orange, Punch Face Champions, Rad Wagon, Puppy Pendulum, Possum Pendulum, Penis Pendulum, Hand Rail Suicide, Angel Snack, Just the Tip, Three Skin Jet Black Pope, we went back to Mouse Rat, and now we are Scarecrow Boat. God, when I hear myself say Scarecrow Boat out loud, I kind of hate it." (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • Puppy Pendulum
      • The current name of Andy's band. (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • Rad Wagon
      • One of the many pervious names of Andy's band. Andy: "The band has had a few different names over the years. We started, we were Teddy Bear Suicide, but then we changed it to Mouse Rat. Then we were God Hates Figs, Department of Homeland Obscurity, Flames for Flames, Muscle Confusion, Nothing Rhymes with Orange, then Everything Rhymes with Orange, Punch Face Champions, Rad Wagon, Puppy Pendulum, Possum Pendulum, Penis Pendulum, Hand Rail Suicide, Angel Snack, Just the Tip, Three Skin Jet Black Pope, we went back to Mouse Rat, and now we are Scarecrow Boat. God, when I hear myself say Scarecrow Boat out loud, I kind of hate it." (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • Rat Mouse
      • Andy's band Mouse Rat, when they play gigs without Andy. (Season 2 episode The Freddy Spaghetti, Season 5 episode Swing Vote)
    • Scarecrow Boat
      • The current name of Andy's band. (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • Scrotation Marks
      • Andy's idea for a new name for his band. (Season 2 episode Park Safety)
    • Somebody's Daughters Dancers
      • Dance squad. (Season 7 episode William Henry Harrison)
    • Tackleshaft
      • New name for Andy's band, instead of Mouse Rat. (Season 2 episode Woman of the Year)
    • Teddy Bear Suicide
      • One of the many pervious names of Andy's band. Andy: "The band has had a few different names over the years. We started, we were Teddy Bear Suicide, but then we changed it to Mouse Rat. Then we were God Hates Figs, Department of Homeland Obscurity, Flames for Flames, Muscle Confusion, Nothing Rhymes with Orange, then Everything Rhymes with Orange, Punch Face Champions, Rad Wagon, Puppy Pendulum, Possum Pendulum, Penis Pendulum, Hand Rail Suicide, Angel Snack, Just the Tip, Three Skin Jet Black Pope, we went back to Mouse Rat, and now we are Scarecrow Boat. God, when I hear myself say Scarecrow Boat out loud, I kind of hate it." (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • Three Skin Jet Black Pope
      • One of the many pervious names of Andy's band. Andy: "The band has had a few different names over the years. We started, we were Teddy Bear Suicide, but then we changed it to Mouse Rat. Then we were God Hates Figs, Department of Homeland Obscurity, Flames for Flames, Muscle Confusion, Nothing Rhymes with Orange, then Everything Rhymes with Orange, Punch Face Champions, Rad Wagon, Puppy Pendulum, Possum Pendulum, Penis Pendulum, Hand Rail Suicide, Angel Snack, Just the Tip, Three Skin Jet Black Pope, we went back to Mouse Rat, and now we are Scarecrow Boat. God, when I hear myself say Scarecrow Boat out loud, I kind of hate it." (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • Where's My Sandwich?
      • Joke Andy's girlfriend makes about the name of Andy's band - they should change their name… (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
  • Natural Areas
    • Nipple Hill
      • Hill in Pawnee. When Leslie was nine years old, she broke her arm sledding down Nipple Hill, a giant hill behind Kernston's Rubber Nipple Factory. (Season 4 episode Born & Raised)
    • Pawnee Campground
      • Leslie takes the department on a camping trip to the Pawnee Campground in the Wamapoke County Forest. (Season 3 episode Camping)
  • Newspapers
    • The Pawnee Journal
      • Kind of like their town's Washington Post, according to Leslie. (Season 1 episode The Reporter)
    • The Pawnee Sun
      • Local newspaper. (Season 2 episode Christmas Scandal, Season 4 episode Campaign Ad) Leslie's number one target at The Pawnee Correspondents Luncheon. (Season 5 episode Correspondents Lunch)
    • Sweet Tooth Newsletter
      • An official Sweetums company publication, seen in Ben's proposed campaign ad for Leslie. (Season 4 episode Campaign Ad)
  • Nonprofit Organizations
    • The Afghan Institute Of Learning
      • Li'l Sebastian's favorite charity. (Season 3 episode Li'l Sebastian)
    • The Edgar C. And Janis R. Lumway Foundation
      • Sponsor of Pawnee Public Radio. (Season 6 episode Anniversaries)
    • Indiana Organization For Women
      • Also known as I.O.W. Organization that gives out the Dorothy Everton Smythe Empowerment Award. (Season 2 episode Woman of the Year) Organization that threatens to boycott Ben and Leslie if Leslie participates in the primary. (Season 7 episode Pie-Mary)
    • The Richard And Lois Wallenberg Foundation Foundation
      • Sponsor of Pawnee Public Radio, dedicated to the idea that all human beings deserve a chance to hear about foundations. (Season 6 episode Anniversaries)
    • Sweetums Cares
      • A nonprofit group that puts umbrella hats on homeless people when it rains. (Season 4 episode Born & Raised)
    • Wendel G. And Muriel Fathwright Korbleman Foundation
      • Sponsor of Thoughts for Your Thoughts, radio program on WVYS. (Season 4 episode Born & Raised)
  • Obstetrics
    • Saperstein Obstetrics & Gynecology
      • Ann's baby doctor, Dr. Saperstein's practice, giving her a sonogram when Tom bursts in looking for his new Rent-A-Swag competitor, portrayed by Henry Winkler. (Season 6 episodes London, Second Chunce)
  • Office Supply Stores
    • Juan Julio Oficina
      • Mexican office supply store in Oaxaca, where Allison Gliffert got her jense-trodder color tabs. (Season 6 episode Prom)
  • Operations
    • Operation No More Fence
      • Leslie's project to remove the fence that Eagleton puts up around Lafayette Park. (Season 3 episode Eagleton)
    • Operation Quantity
      • Leslie dubs her plan to get the Newport land Operation Quantity. (Season 7 episode William Henry Harrison)
    • Operation Ron's Party: Shock And Awe
      • Leslie's project to throw Ron a birthday party. (Season 3 episode Eagleton)
  • Pamphlets
    • Seniors And Safe Sex
      • Pamphlet. (Season 5 episode Sex Education)
    • So You Think You Know More Than God
      • Church pamphlet. (Season 5 episode Sex Education)
  • Parks
    • Cherryhurst Park
      • Leslie shows Allison pictures of Cherryhurst Park, one of Pawnee's greatest accomplishments. (Season 6 episode Prom)
    • Five Mile Grounds
      • Incredible park in Eagleton, also known as Wide Smiles Abound. (Season 5 episode Pawnee Commons)
    • Harvey James Park
      • Where Leslie plans to put together the Parks Department Summer Catalog. (Season 2 episode Summer Catalog)
    • Hugo Chavez Park
      • When Pawnee's sister city in Venezuela donates $35,000 for Leslie's park, the suggested name is Hugo Chavez Park. (Season 2 episode Sister City)
    • Lafayette Park
      • A small park on the line between Pawnee and Eagleton. Eagleton puts up a fence around their side to keep Pawnee residents out. (Season 3 episode Eagleton)
    • Martin Luther King, Jr. Park
      • Smallest park in Indiana, located in Terryville. (Season 4 episode Smallest Park)
    • Pawnee Commons
      • Park Leslie wants to build. Leslie: "If I could sum up the Pawnee Commons in one word, it would be: Dynamite. Dynamite stands for daring, youth-friendly, natural, amazing, merry, inviting, tourist attraction-y, and eco-friendly." (Season 5 episode Emergency Response)
    • Pawnee National Park
      • New national park Leslie creates with land generously donated by the Gryzzl corporation. (Season 7 episode One Last Ride)
    • Ramsett Park
      • Local park that a taxpayer complains to Ron about for not having enough benches. (Season 2 episode The Set-Up)
    • Slippery Elm Park
      • Location of Ron's annual trail survey / hunting trip. (Season 2 episode Hunting Trip)
  • Parties
    • The 10th Annual Pawnee Cares Diabetes Telethon
      • Annual charity event. (Season 2 episode Telethon)
    • D-Ann-ce Party
      • Event celebrating Ann Perkins' new part time job in the Public Health Department at City Hall. (Season 3 episode The Bubble)
    • E720's End Of The World Celebration
      • Tom and Jean-Ralphio's big blowout last party. (Season 4 End of the World)
    • Edward Phillips Senior Center Valentine's Dance
      • Dance the gang attends. (Season 2 episode Galentine's Day)
    • The Pawnee Bicentennial Celebration
      • Ben is honored because he's in charge of the Pawnee Bicentennial Celebration. (Season 7 episode 2017)
    • The Pawnee Correspondents Luncheon
      • Annual affair where the media and the government roast each other. (Season 5 episode Correspondents Lunch)
  • Party Planning and Supplies
    • Kim's Party Decor
      • Sign visible in the Sign-tologist store. (Season 4 episode Sweet Sixteen)
  • Personal Care Products
    • Anna Nicole Body Spray
      • Tom's girlfriend Mona-Lisa attacks Ann, covering her in glitter and Anna Nicole body spray. (Season 5 episode Swing Vote)
    • Bumble And Bumble Hair Care Products
      • Tom goes to Eagleton every eight days to buy hair care products. (Season 3 episode Eagleton)
    • Pearlies For Girlies
      • Tom's favorite teeth whitening strips. It's unisex, the cartoon princess on the label says so. (Season 6 episode The Wall)
    • Sparkle Skin, By Annie
      • Tom experiments with some new entrepreneurial ideas by putting glitter in Ann's moisturizers and lotions. (Season 5 episode Ms. Knope Goes to Washington)
    • Talking Tissue
      • Tom's new business venture. Every time you pull one out, you get a little message to hype you up. Example: Blow that nose, playa! (Season 6 episode Second Chunce)
  • Pet Services
    • Pawnee Animal Shelter #3
      • Local animal shelter where Ron and April go, looking for a dog for Ron's wife's daughters. (Season 6 episode Anniversaries)
    • Westside Animal Shelter
      • Local animal shelter where Andy and April found their dog Champion. (Season 4 episode Live Ammo)
  • Pizza Parlors
    • Frankie's
      • Local Pawneee pizza parlor that used to sell pizza-stuffed-crust pizza, a pizza whose crust was stuffed with little pizzas, and the crust of those little pizzas was made of chocolate. (Season 6 episode Anniversaries)
    • The Low-cal Calzone Zone
      • Ben's idea for a new Italian fast casual eatery. (Season 4 episode The Comeback Kid)
  • Police Departments
    • Pawnee PD
      • Local police department (Season 2 episode The Stakeout)
  • Political Parties
    • Liberty Or Die
      • Political party that requests government bailout money. (Season 5 episode Bailout)
  • Private Clubs
    • Pawnee Municipal Golf Course
      • Local golf course. (Season 2 episode The Possum)
    • Pawnee Smokehouse
      • Pawnee's most exclusive cigar club. (Season 5 episode How a Bill Becomes a Law)
    • Tom's Smokehouse
      • Joke Leslie makes to make Tom feel better - Pawnee's newest and most exclusive cigar club. (Season 5 episode How a Bill Becomes a Law)
  • Products-Other
    • Fire In A Can
      • An aerosol can with an igniter and a trigger. It's essentially a blowtorch, invented to warm up baby bottles. It'll literally burn your hand clean off. (Season 2 episode The Set-Up)
  • Professional Organizations
    • Indiana Fine Woodworking Association
      • Ron is nominated for an award from the Indiana Fine Woodworking Association. (Season 5 episode Ron and Diane)
    • Indiana Notary Society
      • In a flash forward, when Garry dies, the Indiana Notary Society gives him their highest honor, the 21 Stamp Salute. (Season 7 episode One Last Ride)
    • International Coalition Of Women In Government
      • Organization that gives Leslie Knope an award. (Season 6 episode London)
    • Pawnee Restaurant Association
      • Leslie meets with the local restaurant association regarding her plan to tax sugary beverages. (Season 5 episode Soda Tax) Kathryn Pinewood of the Pawnee Restaurant Association responds to Leslie Knope's question of "Are you better off now than you were a year ago?" by saying that "This town is not better off. This past year has been a disaster, and this government is hell-bent on stripping away our most basic personal freedoms." (Season 5 episode Are You Better Off?)
  • Programs and Projects
    • The April Ludgate Summer Solstice Druid Festival And Buffalo Wings Eating Contest
      • Leslie's summer internship program that she let April name. (Season 6 episode Prom)
    • Friends Of The Park Fund: The Sullivan Street Park Project
      • Leslie's project to build a new park over the pit on Sullivan Street. $35,000 is her goal (Season 2 episode Sister City)
    • The Heartland Exotic Plant Management Project
      • Project that Leslie would be overseeing if she accepts the new job offer overseeing a branch office of the national park service. (Season 6 episode New Slogan)
    • Ramp Up Pawnee
      • Leslie's plan to put ramps in every building in Pawnee. (Season 4 episode Campaign Shake-Up)
    • Rise Up Pawnee
      • Bobby Newport's plan to put electric lifts on every outdoor staircase in Pawnee. (Season 4 episode Campaign Shake-Up)
    • RRP (Raccoon Relocation Project)
      • Proposed project in Pawnee. Enacting it is listed as one of the things that Leslie is for in her campaign ad. (Season 4 episode Campaign Ad)
    • The Tucker Park Graffiti Removal Project
      • Project to remove cartoon penises from Tucker Park that still haunts Leslie. (Season 1 episode The Reporter)
    • Westside Detoxification And Revitalization Project
      • Project listed as one of the things that Leslie is for in her campaign ad. (Season 4 episode Campaign Ad)
  • Radio Programs
    • Crazy Ira And The Douche
      • Local shock jock radio program, Pawnee's most hilarious drive time radio guys, so much better than Tubby Tony and the Papaya, from multiple episodes.
    • Jazz Plus Jazz Equals Jazz
      • Radio show. Derry Murbles: "Now it's time for Jazz Plus Jazz Equals Jazz. Today we have a recording of Benny Goodman played over a separate recording of Miles Davis." (Season 5 episode Pawnee Commons)
    • Joey Blunts In The Morning
      • Radio show on KBeat 101.3. (Season 5 episode Airplane Showdown)
    • Thought For Your Thoughts
      • Radio show on Pawnee Public Radio. (Season 4 episode Born & Raised, Season 5 episode Pawnee Commons) Now with Pawneean host Derry Murbles, and an Eagletonian host, August Clementine. (Season 6 episode Anniversaries)
    • Tubby Tony And The Papaya
      • Drive time radio program in Pawnee. (Season 3 episode Media Blitz)
    • Zoot Suit Wyatt
      • Ben used to be a DJ and had a show called Zoot Suit Wyatt on Carleton College radio. Tuesdays from 3am to 5am, he was the king of swing. (Season 6 episode Prom)
  • Radio Stations
    • 93.7 The Groove FM
      • Radio station, home of Pawnee's most hilarious drive time radio guys Crazy Ira and the Douche. (Season 3 episode Media Blitz)
    • KBeat 101.3
      • Radio station, home of radio show Joey Blunts in the Morning. (Season 5 episode Airplane Showdown)
    • Pawnee Community Radio
      • Support for Pawnee Community Radio comes from listeners like you and from the new film The Shadows of Seven Heads, the dramatic tale of an Israeli soldier who falls in love with conjoined Palestinian sextuplets, out soon from Focus Features. (Season 5 episode Pawnee Commons)
    • WVYS
      • Wamapoke County Public Radio. (Season 4 episode Born & Raised)
  • Realty Services
    • Norquist Properties
      • Previous owner of Lot 48 that claims the government screwed them by illegally seizing the land. (Season 2 episode The Set-Up)
    • Regal Meagle Realty
      • Donna's new realty company. "Find your castle" (Season 6 episode The Cones of Dunshire)
  • Recipes
    • Andy's Mouth Surprise
      • Andy's favorite food - he takes Skittles, and puts them between two Starbursts. (Season 3 episode Soulmates)
    • Chris' East-meets-west Patented Traeger Turkey Burger
      • An Asian-fusion burger made with Willow Farms organic turkey, a toasted taleggio cheese crisp, papaya chutney, black truffle aioli, and microgreens on a gluten-free brioche bun. (Season 3 episode Soulmates)
    • June Hartwell's Buttermilk Meringue
      • Winner of last year's Pie-Mary, a Southern Indiana tradition, where Congressional candidates' wives face off in a pie-baking contest. (Season 7 episode Pie-Mary)
    • Leslie's Toffee Surprise
      • Sweet treat Leslie makes to taunt Ben. (Season 6 episode Farmers Market)
    • Margaret's Pecan Squares.
      • Dessert treat. They are like crack. (Season 3 episode The Bubble)
    • Pawnee Pumpernickel
      • Beloved secret recipe that Pawnee mayor William Percy ran into a fire to save. (Season 2 episode Greg Pikitis)
  • Record Companies
    • Chipp McCapp Studios
      • Country singer Chipp McCapp's recording studio. (Season 6 episode Flu Seadon 2)
    • Doubletime Studio
      • Studio where the gang gathers to record the song Andy writes for Leslie's campaign theme. (Season 4 episode Dave Returns)
  • Rental Services
    • Ace Ventura: Tent Detective
      • One of several tent rental services in Pawnee, all owned by the same corrupt tent kingpin. (Season 6 episode Galentine's Day)
    • Rent Tent Tents
      • One of several tent rental services in Pawnee, all owned by the same corrupt tent kingpin. (Season 6 episode Galentine's Day)
    • Rent-a-Swag
      • Tom's new business: High end clothes rentals for teens, tweens and everything in betweens. (Season 5 episode Halloween Surprise)
    • Tent Emporium
      • One of several tent rental services in Pawnee, all owned by the same corrupt tent kingpin. (Season 6 episode Galentine's Day)
    • The Tent Offensive
      • One of several tent rental services in Pawnee, all owned by the same corrupt tent kingpin. (Season 6 episode Galentine's Day)
    • Tent World
      • One of several tent rental services in Pawnee, all owned by the same corrupt tent kingpin. (Season 6 episode Galentine's Day)
    • The Tentagon
      • One of several tent rental services in Pawnee, all owned by the same corrupt tent kingpin. (Season 6 episode Galentine's Day)
  • Repair Services
    • Wheels For Meals On Wheels
      • Organization that repairs the vans for Meals on Wheels. (Season 4 episode Sweet Sixteen)
  • Restaurants-BBQ
    • Uncle Andre's BBQ
      • Restaurant located in the same strip mall with surprisingly decent chi as Chris's favorite meditation center. (Season 4 episode Live Ammo)
  • Restaurants-French
    • Bistro D'Amour
      • 
Romantic restaurant. (Season 5 episode Women in Garbage)
    • Chez Chez La Rue
      • French restaurant that refuses to provide food for the Pawnee Commons benefit. (Season 5 episode Emergency Response)
    • Snail Mail
      • Tom's gourmet French food thing, an escargot delivery service. (Season 5 episode Leslie vs April)
  • Restaurants-Mexican
    • Señor Vega's
      • Mexican restaurant where Leslie took Ann for her birthday. (Season 3 episode Eagleton)
  • Restaurants-Other
    • Achilles' Meal
      • Local Greek restaurant next door to the meditation center. (Season 4 episode Live Ammo)
    • The Boardwalk Lounge
      • Where Leslie meets Councilman Dexhart. (Season 2 episode Christmas Scandal)
    • Callahan's
      • Restaurant that skimps on pickles. (Season 3 episode Flu Season)
    • Gryzzl Gryll
      • Restaurant on the tech company Gryzzl's campus. (Season 6 episode Movin' Up)
    • Jurassic Fork
      • Dinosaur-themed restaurant in Patterson where the only thing that'll be extinct is your appetite. (Season 2 episode Tom's Divorce) Closed restaurant that Tom scouts for Tom's Bistro, contains a load bearing T-Rex. (Season 6 episode New Slogan)
    • Lettuce Eat
      • Ron nails a letter to the door of a local vegan restaurant on Lowell Drive that says: Veganism is the sad result of a morally corrupt mind. (Season 6 episode Anniversaries)
    • Murphy's
      • Restaurant. (Season 6 episode Doppelgängers)
  • Schools-Other
    • The Taste Of Life Culinary School
      • Cooking school. (Season 6 episode Anniversaries)
    • The Wine Academy
      • School where April claims to have studied wine to enter the sommelier contest at Snerling Valley Vineyards, where Tom is looking for a sommelier for his new restaurant Tom's Bistro. (Season 6 episode Flu Seadon 2)
  • Schools-Performing Arts
    • PSAU
      • Pawnee School of the Arts. School where Tom goes to pay a local artist to make a painting for him for the mural contest. (Season 2 episode The Camel)
  • Services-Other
    • Andy And Ann's Family Shoeshine
      • The new name Andy gives his shoeshine stand. (Season 2 episode Ron and Tammy)
  • Sex Products
    • Sweetums Condom
      • April wears Leslie's Fleetwood Mac sex pants and finds a condom in the sewn in pocket. (Season 5 episode Ann's Decision)
  • Shopping Centers
    • Nirvana: The Plaza At Eagleton
      • Shopping center, stop on Tom and Donna's day of treating themselves. (Season 4 episode Pawnee Rangers)
  • Skating Rinks
    • Pawnee Skateland
      • Location of Ben's early 90s themed birthday party. (Season 6 episode Filibuster)
  • Social Clubs
    • Sushi And Cigar Club
      • New name for Tom, Donna and Jerry's social club at work. Previously Whine and Cheese Club. Name changed after Ann shows up and starts complaining about being pregnant - since she's pregnant, so she can't be around smoke. (Season 6 episode Farmers Market)
    • Whine And Cheese Club
      • Tom, Donna and Jerry's social club at work. Name changed to Sushi and Cigar Club after Ann shows up and starts complaining about being pregnant - since she's pregnant, so she can't be around smoke. (Season 6 episode Farmers Market)
  • Songs
    • 5,000 Candles In The Wind
      • Andy's new song, which is 5,000 times better than the song Candle in the Wind, about Lil Sebastian. (Season 3 episode Li'l Sebastian) Mouse Rat reunites to play the song at the Unity Concert. (Season 6 episode Movin' Up)
    • Ann
      • Song Andy's band plays, about Andy's girlfriend. (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • Banjo Boogie Bonanza
      • Song on Leslie's mix CD. (Season 3 episode Road Trip)
    • Bye-bye, Li'l Sebastian
      • Andy's new Mouse Rat song, performed at the Pawnee Commons benefit. (Season 5 episode Leslie and Ben) The gangs sings together to cheer up Leslie in quarantine. (The Parks and Recreation Special)
    • Catapult Me Into The Sun
      • Song by band Land Ho that Mouse Rat performs: Catapult me into the Sun and I'll burn, baby, burn… (Season 6 episode Flu Season 2)
    • Catch Your Dream
      • Song that Andy writes for Leslie's campaign anthem. Andy: "It's kind of like We Are The World, except I actually think it could have a real impact on society." (Season 4 episode Dave Returns)
    • Champion Of Death
      • Andy's new song about Li'l Sebastion. (Season 3 episode Li'l Sebastian)
    • Drunk Off Our Asses
      • Mouse Rat song Andy wants to finish the set with at Craig's nephew's birthday party. (Season 6 episode Farmers Market)
    • The Goodbye Song
      • Johnny Karate song. (Season 7 episode The Johnny Karate Super Awesome Musical Explosion Show)
    • Gossip Town
      • Song by Andy's band, also known as Grapple Hound. (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • Imaginary Friends
      • Johnny Karate song. (Season 6 episode Movin' Up)
    • Itsy-bitsy Teenie-weenie Yellow Polka Dot Linguine
      • Song by Freddy Spaghetti. (Season 2 episode The Freddy Spaghetti)
    • Karate Chop Master
      • Johnny Karate (Andy's children's performer name) song: I'm a karate chop master, and I will karate chop you… Chop, chop, chop, chop Kick, kick, kick, kick… (Season 6 episode Flu Season 2)
    • Life Is A Picnic
      • Andy's idea for a new song, inspired by Leslie's summer catalog picnic. April suggests, Life is a Picnic With You. (Season 2 episode Summer Catalog)
    • Menace Ball
      • First song Andy's band plays. (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • My Swan Song
      • Andy's retirement song. (Season 5 episode Swing Vote)
    • November
      • Andy's song about April. (Season 2 episode The Master Plan)
    • The Park
      • Andy's new Mouse Rat song, performed at the Pawnee Commons benefit. (Season 5 episode Emergency Response)
    • Penne And The Jets
      • Song by Freddy Spaghetti. (Season 2 episode The Freddy Spaghetti)
    • The Pit
      • Song Andy wrote about what happened to him, how he fell in the pit. (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • The Promise Of Tomorrow's Wings
      • The second song Andy writes for Leslie's campaign theme. (Season 4 episode Dave Returns)
    • Sex Bears
      • New name for Mouse Rat's song Sex Hair that Andy comes up, in order to make it appropriate for six year olds at Craig's nephew's birthday party. (Season 6 episode Farmers Market)
    • Sex Hair
      • New song by Andy's band Mouse Rat. It's about how you can tell when someone's just had sex 'cause of how their hair gets matted up in the back. (Season 2 episode Galentine's Day) Andy's band plays the song at the Diabetes telethon (Season 2 episode Telethon).
    • Sex In Space
      • Mouse Rat song that Andy wants to play at Craig's nephew's birthday party - it's 20 minutes long, but it's really good. (Season 6 episode Farmers Market)
    • Sex Is Cool
      • Mouse Rat song Andy plays at Craig's nephew's birthday party. (Season 6 episode Farmers Market)
    • Stinky Feet Patrol
      • Mouse Rat song Andy plays at Craig's nephew's birthday party. (Season 6 episode Farmers Market)
    • Summer Sun
      • Song by Land Ho. (Season 6 episode Movin' Up)
    • Symphony For The Righteous Destruction Of Humanity In E Minor
      • Song performed with flute by Reasonableist Herb. (Season 4 End of the World)
    • Toots
      • A Johnny Karate song that Andy mentions playing. (Season 6 episode One in 8,000)
    • The Welcome Song
      • Johnny Karate song. (Season 7 episode The Johnny Karate Super Awesome Musical Explosion Show)
  • Special Events
    • Friend Week
      • Leslie agrees to celebrate all of the holidays and anniversaries she created for Ann and Ben during a single week every year. (Season 5 episode Article Two)
  • Sporting Goods Stores
    • Big Archie's Sporting Goods
      • The winner of the Miss Pawnee Beauty Contest receives $600 in gift certificates to Big Archie's Sporting Goods and Emerson Fencing Company. (Season 2 episode Beauty Pageant)
  • Sports
    • Taint Ball
      • Sport created by radio personality The Douche. (Season 5 episode Ann's Decision)
  • Sports Associations
    • The Pawnee Ultimate Frisbee League
      • One of Ron's 94 meetings on March 31st. (Season 2 episode 94 Meetings)
    • Pawnee Whiffleball League
      • League Leslie creates to play at Lafayette Park. (Season 3 episode Eagleton)
  • Sports Teams-Other
    • The Frisbee Champs
      • Andy's Frisbee golf league team. (Season 7 episode Two Funerals)
    • Pawnee Porpoises
      • Leslie's youth swim team. (Season 5 episode How a Bill Becomes a Law)
    • The Super Spinners
      • Ron Dunn's Frisbee golf league team. (Season 7 episode Two Funerals)
  • Steakhouses
    • Charles Mulligan's Steakhouse
      • The best damn steakhouse in the damn state, owned by Charles Mulligan, the world's bare-knuckle champion. Ron has taken a picture of every steak he has ever eaten there. (Season 3 episode Indianapolis)
  • Stores-Other
    • Bloosh (store)
      • Local Pawnee celebrity Annabel Porter's store. (Season 7 episode William Henry Harrison)
  • Strip Clubs
    • The Glitter Factory
      • Disgusting strip club that Tom mentions. (Season 2 episode Beauty Pageant) Strip club where Tom wants to go when he gets divorced (Season 2 episode Tom's Divorce)
    • Talent And Poise
      • Strip club by the VA hospital that Tom mentions. (Season 2 episode Beauty Pageant)
  • Substances
    • Bumbleflex
      • Chris' new jogging shirt is made from an experimental fabric called bumbleflex. (Season 4 episode Citizen Knope)
    • Sal-gar
      • Leslie invents a new spice that's part salt, part sugar. Good on butterscotch pudding and strawberry margaritas. (Season 4 episode Citizen Knope)
  • Tattoo Parlors
    • Tramp Stamp Tattoos
      • Local business that Leslie mentions. (Season 4 episode Meet 'n' Greet)
  • Taxi Service
    • Pawnee Cab
      • Local Taxi company. (Season 5 episode Ben's Parents)
  • Technology Companies
    • Gryzzl
      • Tech company. The cloud for your cloud. Ben plays a game of The Cones of Dunshire with them to get free wi-fi for the city of Pawnee. (Season 6 episode Movin' Up)
  • Theater Productions
    • FAS
      • Also known as For All Species. Organization that presents the Menstruation Orientation seminar. (Season 5 episode Airplane Showdown)
    • Human Farm
      • Orin's new performance art show. He's an animal living on a human farm. Running 24 hours a day at Pawnee Community College's Black Box Theater. (Season 5 episode Leslie vs April)
    • Parks And Dolls
      • Leslie's one-woman show about parks rules and regulations during her annual Leslie Knope Employment Enjoyment Summerslam Grill Jam Fun-splosion. (Season 5 episode Ms. Knope Goes to Washington)
    • Pawnee City Government Follies
      • Leslie: "Each December, one department puts on a show that spoofs what happened in our town. Prepare to laugh your Asnov! Sid Asnov is a former city councilman." (Season 2 episode Christmas Scandal)
  • Thoroughfares-Avenues
    • Burnham Avenue
      • The Snakehole Lounge, Pawnee's Sickest Nightclub, is located on Burnham Avenue in Pawnee, Indiana.
    • Durham Avenue
      • Address of Tom's Rent-a-Swag company in Pawnee. (Season 5 episode Women in Garbage)
    • Grand Avenue
      • Street in Pawnee. Repaving it is listed as one of the things that Leslie is for in her campaign ad. (Season 4 episode Campaign Ad)
    • Terrible Idea Avenue
      • Fake street from Joke that Leslie makes. Leslie: "There's a really great calzone place over in Idiotville down on Terrible Idea Avenue." Ben: "That's weird, ‘cause I thought it was on Beating-a-Dead-Horse Boulevard." (Episode 3 Ron and Tammy Part 2)
  • Thoroughfares-Boulevards
    • Beating-a-Dead-Horse Boulevard
      • Fake street from Joke that Ben makes. Leslie: "There's a really great calzone place over in Idiotville down on Terrible Idea Avenue." Ben: "That's weird, ‘cause I thought it was on Beating-a-Dead-Horse Boulevard." (Episode 3 Ron and Tammy Part 2)
  • Thoroughfares-Drives
    • Cedar Crest Drive
      • Address of Ron's Cabin (Season 4 episode The Trial of Leslie Knope)
    • Lowell Drive
      • Address of vegan restaurant Lettuce Eat. (Season 6 episode Anniversaries) Ron offers to get Allison a job at Tim Hautner's saw mill on Lowell Drive. (Season 6 episode Prom)
  • Thoroughfares-Other
    • The B-line
      • A cool outdoor trail that cuts right through downtown. (Season 6 episode The Pawnee-Eagleton Tip Off Classic)
    • Beachview Terrace
      • The sad, unsalvageable, broken-down armpit of Pawnee, and the new headquarters of Gryzzl. A more accurate name would be Medical Waste Butt-Sweat Grove. (Season 7 episode Save JJ's)
    • Collins
      • Street in Pawnee, location of the abandoned lot - the corner of Sullivan and Collins (Season 1 episode Canvassing)
    • Conega Creek
      • Creek in Pawnee. There's a mural in Leslie's government building depicting a very famous battle at Conega Creek. (Pilot episode)
    • Dennis Court
      • Address of Dennis Feinstein's company Feinstein Luxury Fragrances, LLC as seen on the check he writes. (Season 5 episode Animal Control)
    • Evergreen Terrace
      • Street on map of Pawnee, nod to the Simpsons.

    • Medical Waste Butt-Sweat Grove
      • The more accurate name for Beachview Terrace according to April, the sad, unsalvageable, broken-down armpit of Pawnee, and the new headquarters of Gryzzl. (Season 7 episode Save JJ's)
    • Sweetums Way
      • The Sweetums Factory is located at 1 Sweetums Way.
  • Thoroughfares-Roads
    • Liondale Road
      • Address of Doubletime Studio, where the gang gathers to record the song Andy writes for Leslie's campaign theme. (Season 4 episode Dave Returns)
  • Thoroughfares-Streets
    • Eighth Street
      • Street in Pawnee, address of gay bar called Pitchers and Catchers. (Season 2 episode Pawnee Zoo)
    • Maple Street
      • Address where Tom tracks down his new Rent-A-Swag competitor. (Season 6 episode London)
    • Market Street
      • Street in Pawnee, address of the Black Box Theater on the Pawnee Community College campus. (Season 5 episode Leslie vs April)
    • Sullivan Street
      • Street in Pawnee, location of the abandoned lot where Andy broke both his legs. (Pilot episode)
  • Toy Products
    • The Cones Of Dunshire
      • Role-playing game that Ben creates while he's out of work. (Season 6 episode The Cones of Dunshire) Ben's game takes off (Season 6 episode Movin' Up) NBC worked with Mayfair Games to create a fully playable, though incredibly complicated, version of the game.
      • Two wizards, a Maverick, the arbiter, two warriors, a corporal, and a ledgerman. Now, the ledgerman just keeps score, and he wears this hat. The object is to accumulate cones. Four cones wins, but in order to get a cone, you have to build a civilization.
      • Are the cones a metaphor? Well, yes and no.
      • There can't be an alchemist of the Hinterlands. The Hinterlands is a shadow kingdom that can only sustain a provost or a denier.
    • Cones Of Dunshire: Winds Of Tremorrah
      • Ben's new board game sequel to Cones of Dunshire, the ninth-highest selling multi-player figurine-based strategy fantasy sequel game in history. (Season 7 episode One Last Ride)
    • Deputy Director Barbie
      • Toy Ron considers including in his portrait.Ron: "Which of these objects most represents women for this portrait? A pot? Or this Deputy Director Barbie? Isn't it adorable? She's got a little briefcase, her cell phone." (Season 2 episode Woman of the Year)
  • Trains
    • The Spirit Of Pawnee (train)
      • The Spirit of Pawnee is the name of a mural that gets defaced on a regular basis, featuring a train also called The Spirit of Pawnee. Eventually, the name is changed to The Diversity Express. (Season 2 episode The Camel)
    • The Tommy Town Express
      • Joke Jean-Ralphio makes about how Tom's got the best investment ideas. "Listen, you got to jump on the Tommy Town Express." (Season 3 episode The Fight)
  • Travel Ports
    • Pawnee Municipal Airport
      • Local airport. (Season 4 episode Lucky)
  • TV Shows
    • Tommy And The Foxx
      • Raunchy animated TV show, Tom's wish #2: Tom is the CEO of the Spike TV network, and his best friend / personal assistant is Oscar winner Jamie Foxx. They create a raunchy animated series based on their friendship. (Season 3 episode Soulmates)
  • TV Shows-Children
    • Doc McStuffins
      • Children's TV program that Ron mentions. (Season 6 episode Galentine's Day)
    • Johnny Karate Super Awesome Musical Explosion Show
      • Andy's new TV show. (Season 7 episode 2017)
  • TV Shows-Game Shows
    • Know Ya Boo
      • Tom's idea for a dope new game show where he asks couples scandalous questions, and they have to guess what the other one answered. (Season 3 episode Road Trip)
    • Open Heart Surgery
      • Jean-Ralphio's TV game show idea - Two people on stage. They flip a coin. One of them has to perform open-heart surgery. The other one has to receive open-heart surgery. (Season 3 episode Li'l Sebastian)
  • TV Shows-News
    • Channel 4 Eyewitness News
      • Local news crew in Pawnee. (Season 2 episode Practice Date, Season 2 episode Telethon, Season 3 episode Road Trip)
    • Lights, Camera, Perd
      • Perf Hapley's movie review show. (Season 5 episode Bailout)
    • No, You're Wrong with Mike Patterson
      • TV news show that blasts Leslie's decision to skip the Pie-Mary. (Season 7 episode Pie-Mary)
  • TV Shows-Reality TV
    • Ranger Reality Show
      • Tom's idea for a reality TV show, featuring park rangers. (Season 4 episode Smallest Park)
  • TV Shows-Talk Shows
    • At Home with Joan
      • Joan Callamezzo's new show filmed from her home during the Covid-19 pandemic. (The Parks and Recreation Special)
    • Eagleton Now
      • Eagleton TV talk show. (Season 6 episode The Wall)
    • The Final Word With Perd
      • Perd's new TV show. (Season 4 episode Campaign Shake-Up)
    • Joan On Joan For Joan
      • Joan Callamezzo's show that she mentions, in which she recounts events from her life. (The Parks and Recreation Special)
    • Pawnee Today
      • Local morning talk show. (Season 2 episode Pawnee Zoo, Season 2 episode Christmas Scandal)
    • The Perdples Court
      • A legal debate show about issues facing residents of Southern Indiana, with your host, Judge Perd Hapley. Perd Hapley is not a judge. (Season 7 episode Gryzzlbox)
    • Ya' Heard? With Perd
      • Local TV show in Pawnee featuring Perd Hapley. (Season 3 episode Media Blitz) Leslie goes on the show to talk about Jerry's painting. (Season 3 episode Jerry's Painting)
  • TV Stations
    • Channel 46
      • Public access TV station in Pawnee. (Season 2 episode Telethon, Season 3 episode Harvest Festival, Season 5 episode Women in Garbage, Season 6 episode Second Chunce)
    • Pawnee Community Access
      • Local cable access TV stations. (Season 2 episode Telethon)
  • TV Stations-Numbers
    • Channel 06
      • WDCN TV station. (Season 3 episode Camping)
    • Channel 07
      • TV station covering the Harvest Festival. (Season 3 episode Harvest Festival)
    • Channel 08
      • TV station covering the Harvest Festival. (Season 3 episode Harvest Festival)
    • Channel 12
      • KQES TV station in Partridge, Minnesota, Ben's home town. (Season 5 episode Partridge)
  • TV Stations-Theme
    • Slurp
      • One of the networks Tom mentions that need programming. (Season 3 episode Road Trip)
    • Slurp HD
      • One of the networks Tom mentions that need programming. (Season 3 episode Road Trip)
    • Slurp Latin
      • One of the networks Tom mentions that need programming. (Season 3 episode Road Trip)
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    • Ron Swanson, A Swan Song
      • Title of Leslie's eulogy for Ron.
  • Vehicle Models - Cars and Trucks
    • Rolexus
      • Vehicle that Tom says Dennis Feinstein owns - a Lexus filled with Rolexes. (Season 5 episode Animal Control)
  • Vehicle Rental
    • BBB Auto Rental
      • Rental car service. Fleet of 22 crappy white vans in the middle of a massive bidding war between Leslie and Bobby's campaigns. (Season 4 episode Bus Tour)
    • Sissman Equipment Rental
      • Truck Ron and team are driving when they are pulled over by the police. (Season 4 episode The Comeback Kid)
  • Vehicles-Cars and Trucks
    • Go-Go Mobile
      • Tom's name for his car. (Season 3 episode Soulmates)
  • Vehicles-Nautical
    • Bobby's Boat
      • Heir to the Sweetums candy fortune Bobby Newport's 60 foot boat, which was handed to him when he was 12. (Season 4 episode Campaign Ad)
    • Lucky Boy
      • Ron's canoe. (Season 7 episode One Last Ride)
    • The S.S. Knope
      • The name of Leslie's campaign tour bus. (Season 4 episode Bus Tour)
  • Video Games
    • Whitetail Deer
      • Hunting video game Donna introduces Ron to at Ben's early 90s themed birthday at Pawnee Skateland. (Season 6 episode Filibuster)
  • Video Rental
    • Pawnee Video
      • Video rental store in Pawnee. (Season 3 episode Camping)
    • Pawnee VideoDome
      • Video rental store going out of business until Leslie steps into to rescue it by inadvertently turning it into a porno palace. (Season 5 episode Bailout)
    • Pawnee VideoDome XXX Adult DVD Emporium
      • The Pawnee VideoDome gets rid of all their dusty, old foreign films and uses the money for the part of the business that's always done pretty well. (Season 5 episode Bailout)
  • Videos
    • Even My Tongue Is Fat: The Story Of Pawnee
      • Video presentation shown at the The 10th Annual Pawnee Cares Diabetes Telethon.
  • Water
    • Barefoot Lake
      • Lake in Pawnee. Cleaning it up is listed as one of the things that Leslie is for in her campaign ad. (Season 4 episode Campaign Ad)
    • The Eagleton Reservoir
      • Local reservoir in Eagleton. (Season 6 episode Fluoride)
    • The Pawnee Reservoir
      • Source of water for a private fountain on private property where Leslie and Ben argue over if they're allowed to talk about work or not. (Season 6 episode Farmers Market)
    • Pawnee River
      • River in Pawnee. (Season 4 episode Campaign Ad, Season 6 episode London)
    • Ramsett Park Lake
      • Lake in Ramsett Park where the residents of Pawnee commemorate the great Pawnee Tea Dump of 1817 by throwing a guy named Ted in the water, due to confusion regarding the old-timey script in the town charter. (Season 5 episode Article Two)
  • Websites
    • Bloosh (email)
      • A weekly lifestyle email written by Annabel Porter that mentions Ron's chair. She used to be the face of the Eagleton phone book. Then she moved to Hollywood to pursue her dream of becoming friends with a bunch of celebrities. Then she moved back to become a lifestyle guru. She's legit. She spent four months living in Kate Bosworth's pool house. (Season 6 episode Recall Vote)
    • Capmedia.net
      • Sweet Tooth Newsletter administrator Lin Yeaterbauch's email server. (Season 4 episode Campaign Ad)
    • ElectronicBay.com
      • Fictional version of eBay where Ron finds an Underwood 5 typewriter. (Season 3 episode Media Blitz)
    • Hoosiermate.com
      • Online dating website that matches Leslie with Tom. (Season 3 episode Soulmates)
    • The Incandenza-Pemulis Parenting Compatibility Quiz
      • Online quiz that Ann and Chris take, referencing characters from David Foster Wallace's novel Infinite Jest. (Season 5 episode Partridge)
    • INDY-Bids
      • Auction website Ben and Ann use to buy Leslie a waffle maker. (Season 5 episode Article Two)
    • RadDadSolutions
      • Website Chris mentions, having reviewed it for fathering tips. (Season 6 episode Farmers Market)
    • The Trodd Cast
      • Pod cast that interviews Gryzzl about the anger of Pawnee residents over their use of data mining. (Season 7 episode Save JJ's)
  • Words, Phrases, Slang
    • Adam Sandlers
      • Tom's name for sandwiches. (Season 3 episode Soulmates)
    • Bean Blankies
      • Tom's name for tortillas. (Season 3 episode Soulmates)
    • Big Ol' Cookies
      • Tom's name for cakes. (Season 3 episode Soulmates)
    • Chicky Catch
      • Tom's name for chicken cacciatore. (Season 3 episode Soulmates)
    • Chicky-chicky Parm-parm
      • Tom's name for chicken parm. (Season 3 episode Soulmates)
    • Cool Blasterz
      • Tom's name for air conditioners. (Season 3 episode Soulmates)
    • Craze-mazing
      • April's new version of Amazing. (Season 6 episode Doppelgängers)
    • Dwyer Shower
      • When Andy doesn't have ti me to shower he rubs his armpits with air fresheners, and calls it a Dwyer Shower. (Season 5 episode Animal Control)
    • Food Rakes
      • Tom's name for forks. (Season 3 episode Soulmates)
    • Fry-fry Chicky-chick
      • Tom's name for fried chicken. (Season 3 episode Soulmates)
    • Future Birds
      • Tom's name for eggs. (Season 3 episode Soulmates)
    • Long-ass Rice
      • Tom's name for noodles. (Season 3 episode Soulmates)
    • Pawnee Caviar
      • Leslie: I told you that Eagletonians are awful, terrible people. They call their boogers Pawnee caviar. (Season 5 episode Pawnee Commons)
    • Poopnado
      • Term Leslie coins for a poop tornado (disaster). (Season 3 episode Harvest Festival)
    • Pre-birds
      • Tom's name for eggs. (Season 3 episode Soulmates)
    • Sammies
      • Tom's name for sandwiches. (Season 3 episode Soulmates)
    • Sandoozles
      • Tom's name for sandwiches. (Season 3 episode Soulmates)
    • Super Water
      • Tom's name for Root beer. (Season 3 episode Soulmates)
    • Text-Mexting
      • Councilman Dexhart: I also engaged in inappropriate texting, "sexting," and "Tex-Mexting," which is where you send photos of your junk from the restroom of a Chili's To Go. (Season 6 episode Second Chunce)
    • Tray-trays
      • Tom's name for entrees. (Season 3 episode Soulmates)
    • Trinking On Grizzledump
      • Phrase a high schooler uses to insult Tom when he is DJ for prom. High schooler: The stuff you're playing is so old, it's probably trinking on grizzledump. (Season 6 episode Prom)
    • The 'Tails
      • Tom's version of the details, instead of the deets. (Season 4 episode Meet 'n' Greet)
    • 'zerts
      • Tom's name for desserts. (Season 3 episode Soulmates)
  • Youth Camps
    • Camp Athena
      • Leslie's camp for troubled girls that won Ron the Dorothy Everton Smythe Empowerment Award. (Season 2 episode Woman of the Year)
  • Youth Programs
    • The Pawnee Goddesses
      • Leslie's answer to Ron's Pawnee Rangers, which does not allow girls. (Season 4 episode Pawnee Rangers)
    • Pawnee Rangers
      • Ron's boy scout type youth camp, which does not allow girls. (Season 4 episode Pawnee Rangers)
  • Zoos
    • Pawnee Zoo
      • Leslie gay marries two male penguins at the Pawnee Zoo. (Season 2 episode Pawnee Zoo)
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