Aquatic Center - 607 Galvin Parkway
The City's aquatic center opened in June, 2001. The 7,000 square foot pool holds 285,000 gallons of water and is a handicapped accessible zero depth pool with a capacity for 422 people. Features include two diving boards, a water slide, a picnic area and sand play area, and a sand volley ball pit. A 5,680 square foot bath house and concession stand have been constructed. Summer passes are available at the pool for residents and non-residents.
Contact the pool at 1.815.943.4300 or City Hall at 1.815943.6468 to obtain additional information on rates, hours, pool parties and swimming lessons.
Inclement Weather Policy/Pool Closing
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Various park programs are scheduled throughout the year including the Junior Hornets intramural basketball and the traveling basketball team.
The Parks and Rec Dept has started a new e-mail notification program. It's an effort that we are making to improve communications with you on program offerings. The benefits to this are twofold; you will receive program information in a timelier manner and will reduce the amount of flyers that would otherwise need to be printed. If you have not received an e-mail with our program offerings and would like to, send an e-mail to email@example.com with the word "Add" typed in the subject line from the e-mail account you would like to use. We will make sure that you are added to the list.
Park Programs/Registration Form
Equine Riding Program
Jr. Hornets Instructional Co-Ed Basketball
Jr. Hornets Traveling Team Basketball
SportsCity Academy Girls Softball Clinic
SportsCity Academy Queens of the Diamond Hitting League
Zumba Class Info/Registration
Ward 1 (Northeast) - Lion's Park (playground and two shelters), Jaycee Park (playground and shelter), ice skating rink, sledding hill, walking Path, McFarlin Field (3 softball diamonds), HERS League games, swimming pool
- Ward 2 (Northwest) - Northfield Avenue Park (tennis courts and playground), Moose Athletic Field (2 baseball diamonds & batting cage) Boys League Games
- Ward 3 - (Southeast) - Park Pointe fishing pier, walking path and playground equipment
- Ward 4 - (Southwest) - Milky Way Park, 300 Lawrence Rd. (3 soccer fields, 2 football fields and 4 baseball diamonds & playground and two shelters), Mary D. Ayer Park (playground and shelter)
- Park shelters are available for public use by filling out an application to reserve a shelter. Contact City Hall at 1.815.943.6468 for more information. Download the park shelter usage application here