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The final season is set three years into the future when Leslie is now the Midwest Regional Parks Director, with April and Andy, who has his own TV show, reporting to her. The show also includes the rise of fictional tech company Gryzzl taking over Pawnee, Leslie's plea to Sweetums for a Pawnee National Park, and the eventual career departures of the gang from the Parks department.
The fact that the series hasn't lost its sense of humor or its charm in the wake of Ron and Leslie's mutual hostility is also a testament to how much viewers love and care about ALL of Parks and Rec's characters and their lives.
It wasn't enough to just stick with the time jump that we all saw at the tail-end of last season, but the whole show dynamic is different, with most every character having moved on from anything Parks related.