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SUMMER REGISTRATIOn ONLINE LOYALTY REGISTRATION: APRIL 9 LOYALTY AND RESIDENT REGISTRATION: APRIL 16 OPEN REGISTRATION: APRIL 23

SUMMER FUN & SAFETY PLAYING IT COOL WHILE THE TEMPERATURE RISES

ROsCOE'S RANGERS NAME THAT PARK

CURE FOR BOREDOM THERE IS ALWAYS SOMETHING GOING ON! SIGN UP TODAY!

SUMMER 2018 281.478.2050 | 610 E. SAN AUGUSTINE WWW.DEERPARKTX.ORG/PARKSANDREC


AbOUT THE COVER

Summer safety This article was written by Lacy Stole, Deer Park Parks and Recreation Athletic and Aquatics Supervisor. Stole has been with the Ctiy of Deer Park for 12 numbers of years and holds certifications in CPRP, AFO, CPO, CPSM

Summer time is a time of year when families gather more often for picnics, kids are out of school, pools and waterparks are open, and there’s plenty of fun to be had. Though, here in South Texas, while all of these things may allow for fun times, summer time can also require additional attention. Below is a list of ways you can experience summer safely while enjoying the seasonal fun. Protection from the sun-- Protecting yourself from the sun is a great way to start. Make sure to wear sunscreen when you’re outside. For women out there, it’s good to have a foundation with Spf in it so you are covered even when applying make-up. You can also wear breathable long-sleeves to protect your skin and wide-brimmed hats to protect your head and face as well. Hats need to be breathable such as a trucker cap or a straw hat with small holes in it. H2O is important, even if you don’t like it--Drink a lot of water. You may even need to replace electrolytes with Gatorade or something similar as you sweat through summer days. Watch for signs of heat-related illness--You also want to be mindful of heat-related illnesses that may creep up. This is especially important when swimming since you can sweat and lose essential nutrients while in the water and not ever really know it until you get out. Heat-related illness starts with heat cramps. For example, running in the heat of the day can result in muscle cramps in the body. The next, more serious form of heat-related illness is heat exhaustion. This is when the body has lost essential salts and fluids while sweating. Signs include headache, nausea, dizziness, weakness and heavy sweating and feeling like you’re baking in the oven. The most serious form of heat-related illness is heat stroke. The body is so hot that you stop sweating. This can be very serious and you may need to call 911. Vehicle heat--Another reminder is to always take your kids and pets with you when you leave the car. Cars can get so hot very quickly that it comes very dangerous in a matter of minutes. Take breaks--You can also take breaks from the heat. Sitting under some shade makes a surprising difference, going inside for a bit, putting ice packs on your hot spots (on your wrists, behind the neck, under your arms, in your groin, or behind your knees) for quick cooling all help cool you down. Bugs-- Don’t forget to use bug spray. Summer time can bring about extreme humidity, pooling water, and of course heat, which are all the best conditions for mosquitos. Remember the bug spray when you’re out and about especially at dawn and dusk. Keep some in your car or the kids’ bags (along with that sunscreen) so when you randomly decide to go to the zoo, you have those things handy. Water Safety-Always watch your kids around water and do not let children swim alone. Two things you can remember 1) teach your kids that ’two in the pool is always cool and 2) drowning is 100% preventable. Wear a lifejacket if you or your child is a non-swimmer, pay attention, stay in shallow water, and teach your kids to swim. To avoid these signs and symptoms and experiences, using caution while at work, while outside, while exercising, when spending time with your kids, and when on vacation will keep you safe and healthy from the Texas heat and allow you to enjoy your summer to its fullest. May you and your family have a blast creating memories this summer!

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AbOUT THE COVER

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MayOR'S MESSAGE & DPCDC UPDATE

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SpeCIAL EVENTS

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SUMMER CAMPS & OUT DOOR ACTIVITIES

8&9

DOW PARK POOL

10 & 11

Leagues & AthletICS

12 & 13

ReCREATION

14 & 15

SUMMER DANCE/ ROSCOE'S RANGERS & MAXWELL CENTER

16 & 17

PARKS

18 & 19

Art Park PLayers

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FaCILITIES & Leadership

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MAYOR'S MESSAGE MAYOR JERRY LEE MOUTON Summer is a great time to enjoy the many beautiful amenities that our City has to offer, and 2018 will be no exception. Not only can residents and visitors enjoy our many beautiful parks, but also a wide range of family activities. I look forward to seeing everyone at this year's Fourth Fest celebration, the widely successful Dive-In Movies in Dow Park, and at the free Concerts in the Park series, to be held at the Jimmy Burke Activity Center.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION UPDATE

As of early 2018, four Type B sales taxfunded projects that are supervised by the Deer Park Community Development Corporation (DPCDC) are moving forward in Deer Park. Construction YOUR TAX DOLLARS AT WORK began on the Maxwell Adult Center and the Dow Park Pavilions in 2017, and January 2018 saw the commencement of the Girls Softball Complex Renovation and construction of a brand-new Soccer Complex. The Maxwell Center was one of seven approved projects in the 2015 Type B dedicated sales tax election that was voted for by Deer Park residents. The project is funded with $2 million from Type B sales tax. Construction began in November of 2017. Demo of the interior has been completed and site preparation for the new addition has begun. The project is currently under construction. Construction along X Street at the Youth Sports Complex will house a dedicated Girls Softball Complex. Currently, the estimated seven-month project, is being leveled and replaced with six new softball fields and many other improved amenities. The Girls Softball Complex Renovation project will result in more fields, an improved concession stand, updated restrooms, additional parking and much more. Construction has begun at the intersection of East Blvd. and Thirteenth St. initializing Phase I of the Soccer Complex. The 35.8-acre complex will feature a wide range of amenities, four playing fields with energy efficient lighting, two practice fields, a restroom facility, concession stand and a shade structure. One of the most significant changes to the site will be the clearing and removal of trees and wooded area necessary to construct the complex. Once construction is complete, the department will evaluate planting new trees to replace the ones being removed. Citizens may visit the City of Deer Park website www.deerparktx.gov to get construction updates and view photos of the ongoing renovation. Updates will also be available on the Parks and Recreation Facebook page, www.facebook.com/deerparktx.parksandrecreation.

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Skills Basketball ACADEMY

TIny tykes SOCCER

Session 1 | June 18-20

June 25-June 29

Session 2 | July 9-11

Ages 2-3 8:30-9:30am

Ages 6-10 9-11am

Ages 4-5 9:30-10:30am

Ages 11-12 12-2pm

$122 | Earl Dunn Gym

$55 | DPISD Gym

Tiny Tykes is a new and exciting

A basketball skills training that emphasizes

program that teaches basic soccer

development of proper basketball skills

skills while developing strength, balance,

(shooting and ball handling). We will use on

coordination, listening skills and team

court training, along with video and picture

work for children aged 2 -5. Our

evidence of some of the top players in the

professional, licensed British coaches

world to support what we teach.

will ensure your child has a positive soccer experience.

MEet the Staff KRISTEN VILLALOVOS, YOUTH PROGRAM COORDINATOR

Session 1 | June 4 -June 8

CRABGRASS REFUND POLICY Due to the overwhelming response of participation, the Parks and Recreation Department has adopted a stringent refund policy for Camp Crabgrass. Cancellation will be based on the Monday date nearest to your cancellation.

Activity Program) engine is Kristen Villalovos,

Typhoon Texas

Cancellation 3 weeks or more prior to sessionFULL REFUND

Youth Program Coordinator. Although, if you

Cancellation 2 weeks prior to session-50% REFUND

supervises as to why the program is so great.

Cancellation 1 week prior to session-25% REFUND

for 19 years and all of those have been spent

Cancellation less than 1 week prior to sessionNO REFUND

Camp Crabgrass 7:30am-5:30pm | $105 Residents; $125 non-residents | Ages 6-11

Session 2 | June 11-June 15 Pleasure Pier

Session 3 | June 18-June 22 IFLY

Session 4 | June 25-June 29 Urban Trampoline Park

Session 5 | July 16 -July 20 Marvel Universe Live

Session 6 | July 23 -July 27 iT'Z

Session 7 | July 30 -August 3

NEW THIS YEAR! SIGN UP FOR LUNCH This year we will be offering a hot lunch to our campers for a $20 per week additional charge. Please sign up during registration. No substitutions or changes to the menu will be allowed.

Ask around. Anyone will tell you that Deer Park runs the best afterschool program around! The grease in our ASAP (All Star

ask her, she will refer to the staff that she Kristen has been with the City of Deer Park in the Parks and Recreation Department. She started out in the program that she now runs as an ASAP program aide. She, her husband Marc and 12 year old daughter Maddie live and play here in Deer Park. This inspiring, team leader enjoys jamoca almond fudge ice cream.

Pirates of the Gulf Coast Museum and Galveston Railroad Museum

Enjoy a full week of FUN and EXCITING activities including swimming, archery and much more. Sign up today for a week of top notch summer fun. All campers will need a sack lunch (or choose the lunch option) and 2 snacks per day. Open for the first 80 campers. A parent packet must be filled out before the first day of camp.

OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES Jr. Angler August 10 | 10am | Free | Ages 6 & up Jimmy Burke Center Learn basic fishing skills and techniques as well as some of the laws and regulations that govern the sport. We will include casting practice, fish identification and learning about habitats.

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DOW PARK POOL SWIM LESSONS

Pool Rental Information PRivate Party Availability June 11th - August 15th, 2018 Thursday: 7:30 - 9:30pm

Times: 9-9:45am OR 10-10:45am for two week sessions

Friday: 7:30 - 9:30pm Saturday: 9 - 11am and 7:30 - 9:30pm

Classes are held Tuesday-Friday, Mondays are reserved for rain-out days $40/swimmer/session for 5 & Up (8 classes @ 45 minutes each) $35/swimmer/session for Baby Splashes & Preschool 1 (8 classes @ 30 minutes each) $30/swimmer for Saturday Session (6 classes) Come join us this summer for Ellis Certified Swim Lessons for your child with our certified Lifeguards. Levels for swimming lessons are assessed based on 1)

the age of the child

2)

the discretion of the parent based on the

skills reported, and

3)

the discretion of the swim staff

Sunday: 6:30 - 8:30pm

POOL PATIO RENTAL Tuesday-Saturday: 12:30 - 3:30pm OR 4-7pm Sunday: 2:30-5:30pm

Rates *Rates are based on residency and rental areas Pool patio rental will also incur a per guest charge of $2 for residents and $3 for non-residents 2 hour minimum/maxium Please visit www.deerparktx.gov/1108/Dow-Park-Pool for more information All rentals are made in person at the Deer Park Community Center (610 E. San Augustine). All related fees due at time of reservation.

Levels: Baby Splashes (3 months - 3 years (adult participation required)), Pre-school (ages 3-5), and 6 and up (Beginner, Advanced Beginner,

PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS Tuesday or Thursday only

Intermediate.)

4:30-5:20pm, 5-5:50pm, 5:20-6:30pm or 6-6:50pm Session I: June 5-15

Dow Park Pool $30 per person/per lesson

Session II: June 19-29

Private lessons offer one-on-one attention from

Session III: July 10-20

our experienced Ellis Swim Instructors. Lessons

Saturday Session: June 16-July 28, no class on June 30 (Baby Splashes, Pre-School & Beginner

classes only (6 lessons))

are available to any age and ability level from pre-school to advanced swimmers. You may register for private lessons either over the phone, online or in person at the Deer Park

Note: Baby Splashes is a water activity taught by Ellis lifeguards; it is not an Ellis Certified course.

Community Center/Dow Park Pool. *No lessons on June 21; please join us for the World's Largest Swim Lesson!

WORLDS LARGEST SWIMMING LESSON June 21 | 6-6:45pm | Dow Park Pool Dow Park will be participating in the World's Largest Swimming Lesson this year to encourage water safety for the summer. All ages and all abilities are welcome. The curriculum is set and the staff will be spread out across the pool.

ALTERNATIVE SWIM LESSONS June 19-29 | $55/person | 8:10-8:50am If you have a loved one in your life who needs special assistance and who would like swim lessons, this is for you. This session is for anyone that might need an alternative way of learning such as those that are deaf, have ADHD, cerebral palsy, ADD, etc. These lessons are taught by Ellis certified instructors and experienced in Special Education.

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VIPAR (VOLUNTEERS IN PARKS & RECREATION) The VIPAR program helps kids build a foundation of knowledge, attitude and skills that are needed to be a responsible volunteer and future

Leagues ADULT SOFTBALL June 5 & 7 * | Games start at 6:30pm $375 per team | Adult Softball Complex

employee. Requirements: Open to boys and girls ages 12-15 (as of July 1, 2018). Applicants must fill out a VIPAR form and turn in to the Deer Park Community Center by May 5. Applications are available online or in the front office. The VIPAR's will spend their time productively by assisting in recreational programs such as Camp Crabgrass, Movie and Concerts in the Park,

Looking for a great way to get your friends, family or

Preschool Camp, Art Programs and many more!

company involved in a competitive sport? Coming this

The VIPAR's will also spend time giving back as the group volunteers in a

summer, we will have two softball leagues: a co-ed

larger capacity at area facilities such as the Houston Food Bank.

league on Tuesdays and men's league on Thursdays. The leagues will consist of 9 weeks of regular season double-headers plus a post-season, seeded playoff tournament played on the 9th week for the top 6 teams. Champs win t-shirts. *Start date subject to change

ADULT VOLLEYBALL -REC, SPIKE, AND SAND June 12, 13 & 14 * | $150 per team Earl Dunn Gym & Dow Park Sand Volleyball Court

SUMMER YOUTH BASKETBALL Practice begins June 4; Games start June 16 | $75 (ages 7-12) 150 kids max | Games at DPISD Gyms; Practices at Earl Dunn Gym Offered to ages 7-12, the summer youth basketball program is perfect for both the beginner and the experienced player. Age divisions are 8u, 10u, 12u, and all teams will consist of boys and girls. Kids 12 years of age and under (as of September 1, 2018) sign up individually. Each participant receives a team jersey, and each team will get a team

If you are interested in a volleyball league this summer,

ball! Practices begin on June 4th and games are played on Saturdays

look no further! Starting in June, we will offer three

beginning June 16th. The league includes 6 weeks of games. This is a

separate volleyball leagues: Indoor recreation volleyball (Tuesdays), Outdoor sand volleyball (Wednesdays),

parent-coached league, so if you are interested in volunteering to coach please let us know!

and indoor spike volleyball (Thursdays). The recreation league features a no-spike rule and is perfect for those

SUMMER TRACK

wishing to compete but at the recreational level. The

Begins June 4 | $45 | DPHS North Campus

outdoor sand and indoor spike volleyball leagues both

The summer track program is offered for grades K-12th and is a great

operate by the same spike rules. Indoor leagues are

way for kids and teenagers to compete and get in shape! The program

played at the Earl Dunn Gym off of 610 E San Augustine

runs from June 4th until August 10th and is instructed by veteran track

and outdoor (sand) volleyball is played at the Dow Park Sand Volleyball Courts off of E. P St. Champs win t-shirts. *Start date subject to change

MEet the Staff NOE MENDOZA, PARKS CREW Noe has worked for the City of Deer Park for 17 years, 5 years he spent at the Battleground Golf Course. He has 42 years of turf management experience. He loves making things grow around the City of Deer Park. He has been married for 37 years and has 4 children and 4 grandchildren. Although Noe is a charasmatic grass grower, his favorite flavor of ice cream is vanilla!

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coaches Andy Williams and Tendai Lynch. Practices are held during weekday mornings beginning June 4th and will take place at the Deer Park High School North Campus off 402 Ivy Avenue (practices 8-10am Monday, Wednesday and Friday). Track and cross-country meets will take place during the week, as well as one Saturday. The track program is affiliated with the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation (TAAF), for which certain participants may be eligible to participate in the TAAF Regional and State Championships at the end of the season. Each participant will receive a team jersey! Birth certificate required to compete.


SUMMER DANCE July 9-August 2 | $25 per dancer *no charge for dancers 55+ | Community Center Dance classes are held once a week. Students work on technique and learn routines. Children's classes will have a mini performance during their last class of the session. Monday: 1-2pm Senior Citizens Line Dance Tuesday: 1-1:45pm 2 yr. olds ballet | 1:45-2:30pm 3-4 yr. olds Ballet/Tap | 2:30-3:15pm 5-6 yr. olds Ballet/Tap 4:45-5:30pm 7-10 yr. olds Ballet/Tap | 5:30-6:30pm Adult Beg/Inter. Tap Wednesday: 4:15-5pm 6-10 yr. olds Jazz | 5-5:45pm 2 yr. olds Ballet | 5:45-6:30pm 3-4 yr. olds Ballet/Tap 6:30-7:15pm 4-5 yr. olds Ballet/Tap | 7:15-8pm Adult Jazz Thursday: 1-2pm Adult Advanced Tap | 2:30-3:30pm 11-18 yr. olds Ballet | 3:30-4:15pm 6-10 yr. olds Hip Hop Registration for Summer 2018 dance camps/classes begins April 16 for dancers currently enrolled. New students will be called from the waiting list beginning May 1. Registration for Fall 2018 classes will be July 16-July 27 for current and returning dance students. New students will be called from the waiting list beginning August 1.

ROSCOE'S RANGERS

Roscoe the Rec Dog wants to know how well you know the parks in Deer Park. What you don't know about your favorite recreation hound, is that he is somewhat of a photographer. He's been busy taking pictures of some of his favorite places. Can you name these parks? If your ranger skills are sharp and you can name each one of these parks by using the photographs captured by Roscoe, there will be a prize waiting for you at the commiunity center. Just bring your completed form to the Community Center front office, gym or gameroom. Have fun exploring! *Quantities limited

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MAXWELL OVERNIGHT TRIPS Delta Downs

Maxwell Center

May 17 | Depart the Jimmy Burke at 9am | $5 per person

CINCO DE MAYO SOCIAL

Delta Downs Racetrack Casino Hotel captures the spirit, style and charm of New Orleans with a dynamic mix of gaming

May 4 | 12:30pm | Community Center

excitement, horse racing action, multi-screen off-track betting,

~ Senores

live entertainment, and delicious food. Against a backdrop of

Cinco De Mayo celebration you do not want to miss! We are

towering pines and scenic countryside, the 240-acre property

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~ Senoritas!

Let's taco 'bout a fiesta! Join us for a

~ going to party like there is no manana!

features a modern casino and grandstand center, and all the heart-pounding thrills you can handle. Paragon Casino | Resort June 13-15 | Depart the Jimmy Burke at 10am $85 double occupancy / $150 single occupancy Paragon features the best casino in Louisiana! Enjoy our spacious, comfortable gaming floor featuring your favorite games, exciting table game action and the friendliest poker room in Louisiana. Includes transportation, 2 nights hotel, $30 free play and $10 food voucher.

DOG DAYS OF SUMMER May 4 | 12:30pm | Community Center Did you know the phrase "Dog Days of Summer" has nothing to do with dogs or even the lazy days of summer. To the Greeks and Romans, the “dog days� occurred around the day when Sirius (the dog star) appeared to rise just before the sun, in late July. We are not worried about dogs or stars because we will be beating the heat with a sweet ice cream treat! We hope that you will be able to join us!

Isle of Capri Casino | Resort July 10 | Depart the Jimmy Burke at 9am | $5 The fun never stops at Isle of Capri Casino Hotel Lake Charles. This unique destination for nonstop gaming action welcomes players of all kinds to enjoy their favorite games comfortably spread throughout 45,000 square feet of space. From the latest and greatest slots and machines to action-packed table games, you'll find choices galore. Odds are, they have just the game for you!

MAXWELL DAY TRIPS Escape Room & Fuddruckers June 28 | Depart the Jimmy Burke at 11am | $35 per person Experience Escape Rooms with friends. You will be totally immersed in your themed and highly realisitic series of puzzle rooms. During your play, you and your group will believe you are truly in the experience. With only 60 minutes, you must work together to explore using instinct, critical thinking and logic to solve puzzles, crack codes, find secret passages, and uncover hidden mysteries. As you race against the clock to solve the puzzle. Butler Longhorn Museum & Top Water Grill August 28 | Depart the Jimmy Burke at 10am | $15 plus lunch Located in League City, Texas, the Butler Longhorn Museum tells the unique story of the iconic breed of Texas longhorn cattle in addition to possessing a one-of-a-kind collection of western art and artifacts. Then head to the coast to dine on local seafood at this roomy, casual waterfront eatery with nautical decor.

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Avon Park

601 W. Eight St

Walking Trail (Miles)

Butterfly Garden

Disc Golf Course

Volleyball Court

RC Rock Crawler Park

Tennis Courts

Swimming Pool

Sports Fields

Rose Garden

Restrooms

Playground Structure

Picnic Tables

Park Lights

Multipurpose Open Space

Pavillion

Free Wi-Fi

Fitness Equipment

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4200 Kalwick Dr

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Big Bend Park

1600 Big Bend Lane

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Brookhollow Park

3117 Brookhollow Dr

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Brownwind Park

3901 Brownwind Trail

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4615 College Park Dr

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Deer Meadows Park

2500 Oklahoma Ave

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610 E. San Augustine

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5000 E. Meadows Dr

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500 W. 13th Street

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McHenry Park

1201 Center Street

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Monroe Park

1560 Monroe Street

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Nedith Park

3717 Nedith Lane

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1000 Wynfield Dr

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1414 South Parkway Dr

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3400 Surrey Lane

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1109 Brookhollow Dr

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1410 Center Street

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Running Brook Park

1400 Comanche Street

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126 West 3rd

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1800 Brookamber Circle

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1610 Wyngate

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2600 E. P Street

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NEW CITY ORDINANCE CONCERNING PARK HOURS Parks will be open from 5am until 11pm on Fridays and Saturdays Parks will be open from 5am until 10pm Sunday - Thursday Any person who shall violate the provisions of this ordinance or shall fail to comply, will be guilty of a misdeameanor and shall be liable of a fine of not more than $200.

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Address

Avon Recreation Center

601 E. 8th Street

Front Half Back Half

Deposits

Seating Capacity

Resident Rate

Non-Resident Rate

$100 $100

45 12

$25 per hour $25 per hour $50 per hour (Monday - Thursday) $75 per hour (Friday - Sunday)

Not available to Non-residents Not available to Non-residents $60 per hour (Monday - Thursday) $85 per hour (Friday - Sunday)

$25 per hour (Saturday & Sunday Only)

Not available to Non-residents

Claude Burgess Center

4200 Kalwick

$250

90

Kingsdale Recreation Center

2218 Kingsdale Drive

$100

25

Maxwell Center

1201 Center St.

Facility

Address

Community Center

610 E. San Augustine

Currently Under Renovations. Temprarily located at the Community Center.

Deposits

Seating Capacity

Room 6 & 12

$250

90

Room 10 & 11

$100

25

Game Room

$100

25

Deposits

Whole Building

$1,000

Front Half

$250/ $500(with alcohol) $250/ $500(with alcohol)

Facility

Address

Jimmy Burke Activity Center

500 W. Thirteenth Street

Back Half

Resident Rate

Non-Resident Rate

$50 per hour (Monday - Thursday) $75 per hour (Friday - Sunday) $40per hour (Monday - Thursday) $50 per hour (Friday - Sunday) $75 (Friday: 5:30 pm-8:30 pm; Saturday 1:30 pm -4:30 pm)

$60 per hour (Monday - Thursday) $85 per hour (Friday - Sunday) $65 per hour (Monday - Thursday) $75 per hour (Friday - Sunday) $85 (Friday: 5:30 pm-8:30 pm; Saturday 1:30 pm -4:30 pm)

Seating Capacity

Resident Rate

Non-Resident Rate

600

$75 per hour (Monday - Thursday) $100 per hour (Friday - Sunday)

$100 per hour (Monday - Thursday) $150 per hour (Friday - Sunday)

$60 per hour (Monday - Thursday) $85 per hour (Friday - Sunday) $50 per hour (Monday - Thursday) $75 per hour (Friday - Sunday)

$85 per hour (Monday - Thursday) $110per hour (Friday - Sunday) $75 per hour (Monday - Thursday) $100 per hour (Friday - Sunday)

300 300

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE JIMMY BURKE ACTIVITY CENTER IS THE ONLY FACILITY THAT ALLOWS THE CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL. Rentals for this facililty cannot be booked past 1 am on Friday and Saturday and 12 am on Sunday - Thursday. Police Department presence is mandatory with alcohol consumption. The rate for an officer is $30 per hour (price subject to change without notice) and you are required to have them during the entire rental. The payment is made directly to the Deer Park Police Department and will not be included in your initial rental cost. Alcohol cannot be sold on the premises. If alchol is being served a cover charge for entry cannot be imposed on guests.

Sports Rental Facilities Facility

Address

Adult Sports Complex 2600 East Pasadena Blvd. Practice Tournament Sand Volleyball Courts 610 East San Augustine Practice Tournament

FACILITIES

Deposits

Rental Rate

Additional Information There is a $10 per hour per field charge for lights on all practices and tournaments occurring after sunset. Please note that there is a 12 hour maximum rental time on all fields.

No Deposit

$25 for 2 hour practice

$100 Deposit

$100 per field per day

No Deposit $100 Deposit

$25 for 2 hour practice $100 per field per day

Please note that there is a 12 hour maximum rental time on all fields.


2018 Summer Live & Play  

Join Deer Park Parks and Recreation this summer for unforgettable experiences! This brochure is your go to guide to making Deer Park your pr...

2018 Summer Live & Play  

Join Deer Park Parks and Recreation this summer for unforgettable experiences! This brochure is your go to guide to making Deer Park your pr...