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Making Plans So You Can Play



Catalogs will be delivered to residents beginning this weekend. At the time we printed the Summer Playbook, there was no way of knowing just how long programs would be cancelled and facilities closed due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Staff continues to monitor the situation and will make adjustments to programs and events should future recommendations dictate or should the Stay-at-Home order be extended. The digital version of the Summer 2020 Playbook will include the most current information and will be updated regularly.

Online program registration will begin Thursday, April 23 for residents and Thursday, April 30 for non-residents.

In-person, mail, and phone-in registrations are not available at this time.
If you need assistance with your online account, please email

Worry-Free Registration
We are making plans so our community can play this summer, but we know questions and uncertainty remain from the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak. Should you register for a summer program that is affected by further guidance, any fees for cancelled programs will be automatically refunded to you. Should a program schedule change, registered participants will be notified by the supervisor and you may choose to withdraw for a full refund.

We are hopeful for a fun-filled summer and we look forward to seeing you soon!


Camp Connection Registration
Registration is going on now for our all-day recreational summer camp program available for children ages 3 through entering 6th Grade. Learn more or register online today.

Pool Pass Sale
The Early Bird Pool Pass Sale has been extended through April 30! Purchase your pass online for $65.
As always, Season Passes are fully refundable until the pool opens for the summer.

Tball/Baseball Registration
The Tball/Baseball registration deadline has been extended until Friday, May 8 for the Early Bird fee of $65(R)/$80(N). Register online.

Community Garden Registration
10’x10’ and 20’x20’ garden plots are available for rent at South Point Park. Registration is being accepted online now. Plots open April 27, weather permitting.


The past month has brought a lot of assessment as we figure out the safest way – and time – to bring a community together. We are committed to the safety of guests, volunteers, and vendors. We will be postponing PrairieFest until Labor Day Weekend. We’ll celebrate getting through all of this with some fun Friday, September 4 through Monday, September 7. Look for concerts, events, and activities to be announced in the coming months.

5k quarantrainingNEW WAYS TO PLAY – VIRTUAL 5K

How about some social distance – running? Or walking!

Register now through April 24 to guarantee your pair of Quaran-Training sweatpants. You’ll have until April 30 to post your results and see where you rank on the leader board. Register for $20.


Our Operations Staff continues to perform essential services such as mowing and trash collection in our parks during the Stay-at-Home order.

The safety of our staff is a top priority. Staff members are working individually or in small crews to ensure proper social distancing is maintained while completing tasks. Personal protective equipment including masks, gloves, and disinfectant products are also available to our staff.

We ask that you help our staff by minimizing the trash left in our parks. Please use the proper trash receptacles or carry out any litter during your visit including tissues, gloves, or pet waste.


Our Operations staff is also busy at work preparing our facilities for when we are able to welcome you back. Staff has accomplished the following during this Stay at Home period:

Deep cleaned facilities
Disinfected all surfaces
Cleaned carpeted areas
Stripped and waxed floors
Preparing the pools for summer

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