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2019 Activity Registration Dates:

  • Spring – February 26
  • Summer – May 7
  • Fall – July 30
  • Winter – November 6

Registration opens at 12:00pm on each of the dates above.

Please review the following tips below to make your registration process as smooth as possible!

  • It is highly recommended that one of the following browsers is used when completing online transactions: Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, or Microsoft Edge.

  • Prior to opening day of registration for each season, ensure your login credentials work by successfully signing into the Online Service Center.
    • If you are unable to login, check the box next to “Forgot your Password” and click ‘Continue’. You will be asked to provide the email address you used to create your account. After providing your email address, a new temporary account password will be emailed to you. Once you've logged in with the temporary password, you'll be prompted to create a new password. 

    • NOTE: If you are still experiencing difficulties, please email Staff will be available to assist you during normal business hours.

    • If you already have a customer account, please DO NOT create another one.
  • Two weeks prior to opening registration day for each season, activities can be viewed online. Browse classes, click on the activity numbers to be directed to your online service center account, and add to your "wish list".   
    • Adding activities to your “wish list” bookmarks favorite programs, making them immediately accessible once registration opens.  Activities on your “wish list” can be added to your cart in one step—expediting the checkout process.

    • Activities fill up fast!  There are no guarantees that the classes added to your “wish list” will still be open by the time you register.  However, by completing this extra step before registration opens, you can be best prepared.
  • Once logged in, family members can be added by clicking ‘Change your Family Information’ under Account Details in your online account.

  • Many activities can become full within minutes after open registration begins. If the activity is full, please add the participant to the “Waitlist”. Staff will contact you if spots become available.

  • Inclusion support services can be provided to people with disabilities. An option to request these services is available during the registration process.

Notice is hereby given that the Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) has proposed a Recreation Customer Code of Conduct Policy. The intent of the proposed policy is to outline what conduct is acceptable and unacceptable while in DPR recreation centers, pools, or participating in recreation programs.

The Parks and Recreation Advisory Board
will hear public comments on this policy on November 14, 2018 at 5:30 pm at the regular meeting of the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board,
held at the Wellington Webb Municipal Building, located at 201 W. Colfax Ave., Room 4.F.6. A copy of the Recreation Customer Code of Conduct, as modified, is on file with the Manager of Parks and Recreation and accessible via this link: Read the policy now (PDF)


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