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PHX At Your Service Monthly Newsletter

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PHX At Your Service Monthly Newsletter gives you a quick overview of news, information, and events.

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Women in Public Safety Careers

Phoenix Fire & Police Departments are looking for highly motivated, fit, qualified
women to join the team.​

PHX C.A.R.E.S. About Homelessness

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homelessness, including encampments, shopping carts, assistance, & more.

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PHX At Your Service Monthly Newsletter

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PHX At Your Service Monthly Newsletter gives you a quick overview of news, information, and events.

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Don't Be A Victim

Don’t Be A Victim


Don’t Be A Victim: Learn to be more self-aware and protect yourself in this
FREE self-defense class.

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Check out some of our best photos that reflect the passion and pride of living in Phoenix!​​

Transportation 2050


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Transportation 2050 expands investment for bus service, light rail construction and street improvements.

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OLD Transportation 2050

Transportation 2050 expands investment in Phoenix for bus service, light rail construction and street improvements. Learn more at
Phoenix.gov/T2050​

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City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department


Physical Distancing in Public Parks and Trails


 

​2020 Virtual Recreation Programs​

The Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department and its partner organizations are offering a variety of FREE virtual programs and resources. Learn more and register for these activities.

PHXPlays at Home Virtual Recreation series​

FitPHX Virtual Bootcamp, Fall Into Fitness and Yoga series​

Pueblo Grande Museum Virtual Summer Storytelling series

codePHX Self-Guiding Resources

Camp Colley Virtual Environmental Learning Program​

Daring Adventures – Virtual Adventures​



“Take a Hike. Do it Right.”​




Learn about hiking safety guidelines
Millions of people enjoy Phoenix hiking trails every year. Park Rangers educate trail users about important
“Take a Hike. Do it Right.” hiking safety guidelines.

The
annual ban of open fires in Phoenix’s desert parks and mountain preserves​ went into effect May 1, 2020.


Extended summer hours are in effect from June through September at North Mountain Park, Piestewa Peak Trailhead and Pima Canyon Trailhead. Parking lots are open until 9 p.m. and trails until 11 p.m. at those locations.


Learn about the Hance Park Revitaliza​tion Project


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Recreation | City of Kenmore Washington

Seasonal Nature Walks

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Wallace Swamp Creek Park

19851 73rd Ave NE

Kenmore, WA 98028
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If you enjoy exploring the natural outdoors, we invite you to participate in the City’s free guided nature walks at Wallace Swamp Creek Park.On the third Tuesday of each month from April through October, volunteer Linda Phillips will host a 1.5 – 2 hour-long guided tour and explore two miles of paved and primitive trails through the 25-acre park. Tours will focus on plants and animals found in the park. Bring a pair of binoculars and a love for the outdoors.

Tours start at 9:00 a.m. at the kiosk at Wallace Swamp Creek Park parking lot. Participants under the age of 18 years old must be accompanied by a parent.

Check back for the 2020 Nature Walk schedule.

 


Inglewood Golf Club

IGC

Dating back to 1919, Inglewood Golf Club is one of the oldest clubs in the Pacific Northwest. The Club offers full equity golf memberships, Jr. Exec (ages 21-40) and social memberships. The facility is also available for special events and rentals. 
Inglewood Golf Club

 


Kenmore Senior Center 

The Kenmore Senior Center, located at Rhododendron Park, is a branch of the Northshore Senior Center. The Kenmore Senior Center along with the Northshore Senior Center offers health clinics, classes, clubs, a computer lab, special events, Wellness Project, Adult Day Centers, social services and trips galore. A listing of regularly scheduled activities, classes, and services of the Kenmore Senior Center, special events, trips, support groups and general announcements are available for free. Pick up your copy of the quarterly newsletter at the reception desk of the senior center. The picnic shelter at Rhododendron Park is available for rentals through the Kenmore Senior Center by calling 425-489-0707.

Check out the complete Summer 2020 Catalog online: www.northshoreseniorcenter.org for a complete list of classes and activities.


Future Recreation Opportunities

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THE 10 BEST Park City Hotel Deals (Jun 2020)

Prices are the average nightly price provided by our partners and may not include all taxes and fees. Taxes and fees that are shown are estimates only. Please see our partners for more details.

Payments made by partners impact the order of prices displayed and, for featured or sponsored sort orders, partners’ payments may also influence the order of the accommodations listed.

Parks & Community Services | City of Bellevue

Playgrounds, sports courts and picnic shelters closed

With heavy use and crowding in parks, the city has closed playgrounds, sports courts and picnic shelters until further notice. This follows social distancing recommendations from Public Health — Seattle & King County.  The closure includes basketball courts, picnic shelters and other active recreation areas where people may be in close contact.  Bellevue Parks facilities are also closed, and programs are cancelled through the end of June and perhaps beyond.   

Now open – Parks, trails and beaches remain open for walking and activities that do not require close proximity and allow for the recommended social distancing that allows six feet between people. The Bellevue Golf Course, Crossroads Par 3 Golf Course, outdoor tennis courts and ballfields are now open, with some social distancing restrictions in place.  

For an updated list of city closures and event cancellations related to COVID-19 impacts, please visit BellevueWA.gov/COVID-19.   Please also see the community resources web page.  

Using Parks and Open Space While Maintaining Social Distancing

Wondering how to practice social distancing in parks?  The National Recreation and Park Association has put out a statement about using parks and open space while maintaining social distancing. Read more here.
 

Bellevue Parks & Community Services maintains over 2,700 acres of parks and open space land and over 80 miles of trails. The department also provides recreation programs for over 10,000 participants each year. Our mission is to build a healthy community through an integrated system of exceptional parks, open space, recreation, cultural and human services. Parks & Community Services at a glance 

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Be among the first to learn about programs, activities and things to do in Bellevue’s parks. Our monthly e-newsletter is your source for up-to-date information on Bellevue Parks & Community Services. Sign up
 

Register for recreation programs

Bellevue Parks & Community Services offers more value, more variety and more fun with our enriching and educational recreation programs for people of all ages and abilities. Join a youth sports league, get creative after school, take up a martial art, enhance your body and mind with yoga, sign up for swimming lessons or find adaptive programs for youth and adults with disabilities. Our programs offer you the opportunity to stay fit and active. Learn more

 

 

 

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Salt City Splash | Hutch Rec

Salt City Splash Aquatic Center is located at 1601 South Plum, inside beautiful Carey Park in Hutchinson.

Directions: (if you are in Hutchinson)
1. Follow either Main Street or Plum Street south into Carey Park. If you follow Main Street, you will run into Carey Park. Once you’re in Carey Park, simply follow the road to Emerson Loop until you see the colorful awnings and shade structures of the aquatic center.
2. If you follow Plum Street, you will go directly into Carey Park. Look to your right, and you’ll see the aquatic center’s colorful awnings and shade structures.

(Out of town visitors coming from the north)
1. Follow K-61 south through the main portion of town to Blanchard Avenue. This is a small access road just before US-50 Highway.
2. Turn right on Blanchard and follow it west – it winds and curves at first, and then heads due west. As you enter Carey Park, you’ll see ball fields, the zoo, the golf course clubhouse, and then the colorful awnings and shade structures of the aquatic center.

(Out of town visitors coming from the Wichita area)
1. Follow K-96 west to the Yoder Road exit. Follow Yoder Road north for about six miles.
2. At the intersection of Yoder Road and US-50 (a stop light), turn left and go west. Follow US-50 west for about two miles to the intersection of US-50 and K-61 (a stop light).
3. Take the right hand turn lane and go north on K-61 for only a few hundred feet. Turn on the very first available left – an access road called Blanchard. This road takes you into Carey Park. As you enter Carey Park, you’ll see ball fields, the zoo, the golf course clubhouse, and then the colorful awnings and shade structures of the aquatic center.

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Park City MARC & Recreation

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PC Rec Tag Line

          Enriching the lives in our community through
          exceptional people, programs and facilities.
 

   1200 Little Kate Road   •  
Park City, Utah 84060   •   435-615-5400
  

We are excited to reopen the PC MARC in compliance with Summit County Health protocols this Monday, May 11th.

Please familiarize yourself with the following parameters before visiting the MARC:

  • Hours of operation are Monday – Saturday, 7:00 am – 7:00 pm and Sunday, 8:00 am – 7:00 pm. From 7:00 – 8:30 am on Monday, Wednesday & Friday only those ages 60+ will be allowed use of the weight and cardio areas.
  • The maximum number of people allowed in the facility, including staff, is 20 per floor. We ask that you not linger before or after your workout. Staff will be monitoring admission, and you may be asked to wait outside for space to become available.
  • Open areas of the facility include tennis courts, pickleball courts, weight room, cardio equipment, running track, gymnasium, and pro shop. Pro shop hours are Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm. 
  • Closed areas include childcare, the climbing wall, spin and group fitness classes, locker rooms, showers, hot tub, pools and drinking fountains. Water bottle refill stations are available.
  • No team or group activities are allowed. The basketball gymnasium is open for solo basket shooting or use by members of the same household only.
  • Patrons are encouraged to wear face coverings and gloves and bring their own equipment: mats, tennis balls, pickleballs, racquets, etc.
  • Social distancing is required and will be monitored by staff. Some equipment may be unavailable to ensure proper distancing, and all equipment MUST be wiped down before and after use. Patrons are highly encouraged to wear face coverings and gloves.
  • MARC facility passes will be extended based on the membership type and number of days the facility has been closed. We encourage patrons to view their pass and purchase or renew passes ONLINE before coming to the facility. If you are unable to use your extended pass please contact sadie.hennefer@parkcity.org.
  • Please read and obey all rules and regulations posted at the MARC. Additional signage has been created to help navigate operational protocols. Staff are committed to doing what is necessary to keep facilities open and accessible, but personal responsibility will be essential to continued operations.
  • Updated information will be shared via social media and parkcityrecreation.org as soon as available. The addition of activities and opening of other facilities, including the MARC pools, group fitness classes, parks, fields, and playgrounds will be gradual and evaluated continuously to allow us to meet your needs in the safest way possible while following required protocol.
  • By entering the PC MARC you are using a facility that has shared restrooms and equipment.  You are using this facility at your own risk.

City of Monroe, NC > Departments > Parks & Recreation

2020 Sprint Summer Program Guide CoverThe Monroe Parks and Recreation Department strives to provide quality recreation facilities and programs that promote healthy and active living opportunities for our residents.  We offer a variety of activities for all ages and fitness levels.  At our facilities, you can enjoy golf, swimming, athletic programs and leagues, fitness classes, senior programs and much more.  Day camps, after-school, and educational programs are offered year-round at many of our facilities.  Spend some time in one of our parks picnicking and enjoying one of our many playgrounds with your children.  Explore our downtown area as you enjoy a walk or run on the Bearskin Creek and Downtown Connector Greenways.  Or, if you prefer indoor activities, our Aquatics and Fitness Center has something for everyone.  Sign up for a membership and start your journey to a healthier life today.

 

 

 

Covid-19 Update
UPDATE – April 17, 2020

For complete information regarding all city cancelations, please follow the following link:

Covid-19 Closures

Parks and Recreation

  • The Monroe Aquatics and Fitness Center will be closed through April 25 per N.C .Gov. Roy Cooper’s Executive Order 120.
  • Monroe recreation centers and community centers will be closed through April 29 including all programming. Staff will be evaluating the situation during this time.
  • The Ellen Fitzgerald Senior Center will be closed through April 29 including all programming. Staff will be evaluating the situation during this time.
  • Reservations of facilities have been suspended.

  All outdoor restroom facilities and playgrounds will be closed.

  All picnic shelters on City property are closed.

  All common areas in parks, greenways, and golf courses will remain open with social distancing being encouraged.

  Monroe Country Club golf course has made the following amendments in our efforts to protect both golfers and our staff as we continue on this Covid-19 journey,:
1.  The Pro Shop is closed to to public access.  All payments will be taken via phone as debit or credit cards.  A sign will be posted on the door to the Pro Shop so if someone arrives and needs to pay, they can call the Pro Shop and pay with card on-site.  
2.  Individual cart use is encouraged — one per person.
3.  Time between tee times is being extended to ensure carts are available for individual use as well as to spread players throughout the course.
4.  The starter area is roped off to ensure social distancing is achieved.

  Monroe Country Club golf course outdoor patio area is closed to promote social distancing.

Music on Main 

April 23rd Music on Main is canceled

Car Cruise-In

 

NOTICE: A FRIENDLY REMINDER OF OUR GENERAL PARK RULES

 

Click here to explore all that Monroe Parks and Recreation has to offer in our program guide!

 

 

Click here for more information about our Bench and Tree Dedication Program!

 

 

 

 

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IMPORTANT NOTICE Due to the COVID 19 virus, the City of Cedar Rapids has closed facilities and several amenities in the parks


Due to the COVID-19 virus, the City of Cedar Rapids has closed facilities and several amenities in the parks. Recreation programs have been cancelled or postponed. For a list of the affected facilities, amenities, events and programs, click on the link below. 

Cedar Rapids Parks & Recreation Updates



The Parks and Recreation Department manages over 4,171 acres of city-owned property. In addition to 96 areas formally named, there are hundreds of acres held in reserve as undeveloped green space for future park expansion and flood control. The department operates and maintains facilities for public use including four municipal golf courses, six swimming pools, splash pads, 25 pavilions, Ushers Ferry Historic Village, Old MacDonald’s Farm in Bever Park, Tuma Sports Complex, Tait Cummins Sports Complex, Noelridge Park Greenhouse, and trails. The parks system receives countless visits each year.

Also offered are more than 1,500 recreation programs annually. There is something of interest for every age and ability level. Programs are listed in the Play! guide which appears in the March, August and November issues of Our CR magazine. Attendance for aquatic and recreation programs totals more than 300,000 annually.

Meet Scott Hock, Parks & Recreation Director.

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Recreation | City Of Bozeman

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PLEASE ENJOY YOUR OUTDOOR PARKS AND TRAILS RESPONSIBLY.

Covid - 19 Physical Distancing in Public Parksparks

Welcome to the Bozeman Recreation Division’s website!

Click on the picture of our 2020 spring and summer program guide to see all the programs available inside!  Registration began March 1st at midnight.  Happy Planning! 

Recreation Program Guide

 

Stay updated with the Recreation Department by following us on Facebook and Twitter!

The Parks, Recreation, Open Space and Trails Plan

(Adopted December 2007) *NOTE* – This is a large file that opens best in Internet Explorer.

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