Visit the Closings, Delays & Cancellations webpage for potential impacts to programs and facilities.
Due to high demand for COVID-19 testing, walk-ins may not be available. Book an appointment at curative.com.
The Department of Parks and Recreation Customer Code of Conduct can be found here: Customer Code of Conduct. With a goal to encourage “Positive Participation at all Times”, DPR Sports Programs have specific codes of conduct for parents/guardians, coaches, and players.
Recognizing that parents/guardians are the most important role models for their children, DPR asks all parents/guardians to abide by the Parent/Guardian Code of Conduct, which can be found here: Code of Conduct – Parents
Coaches are role models for not only their team members but all participants involved in the league. DPR asks all coaches to abide by the Coaches Code of Conduct, which can be found here: Code of Conduct – Coaches
All players are expected to abide by the following code of conduct to stay in good standing:
Spring 2022 Adult Softball League - Jan. 31
Spring 2022 Adult Pick-Up Soccer - Residents: Jan. 31, Non-Residents: Feb. 7
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