The season finale of the NBC comedy aired last week, and Michael Schur offered his thoughts on the whole season.
"I don't think there's a single thing I would change about it, except that I would make it longer," Schur told AOL TV. "Everything from the actors' performances, to the editing, to the direction, to the writing - everything turned out as well as I could have possibly hoped.
"I was very, very proud of it... I felt like the whole creative team had done a really great job and made a really great season of TV. So, you know, I wouldn't change anything. I honestly wouldn't."
Thursday's finale saw Tom (Aziz Ansari) start a new company with Jean-Ralphio (Ben Schwartz), while Leslie (Amy Poehler) was approached about the idea of running for mayor. Schur continued that it was always his intention to shake things up.
"I am a big believer that people should be in a very different place at the end of every season than they were at the beginning of the season," he stated. "I just wanted it to feel like everybody made a move.
"[However], the general rule that I have is, you don't do anything unless you at least can come up with a conceivable, interesting way of solving the problem. So there are possibilities for all of the stories that we've discussed at some depth, sometimes very casually, and sometimes in greater depth and stuff."
The Parks and Recreation exec added that former basketball player Detlef Schrempf will make further appearances in a recurring capacity as himself, and that he's hopeful Schwartz will return despite joining the cast of Showtime's new show House of Lies.
Parks and Recreation was renewed for a fourth season by NBC in March, with NBC chairman Bob Greenblatt calling the comedy "outstanding" and "the rightful companion to The Office".