Parks and Recreation Department
Parks and Recreation has openings for many positions. See the City's Job Opportunities page for more information.
Due to the increase in COVID-19 community transmission, the city of Flagstaff will require masks in city facilities starting at 6 a.m. on July 30. This requirement includes those who are fully vaccinated.
This change is in alignment with recent guidelines from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) that vaccinated individuals “wear a mask indoors in public if you are in an area of substantial or high transmission.” The CDC has designated Coconino County as an area with “substantial transmission.“ Learn more at the CDC website: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html.
This requirement only applies to city facilities while indoors and does not to private businesses or establishments. Private businesses and establishments still have the ability to require mask-wearing inside in their business.
Welcome! The City of Flagstaff's Recreation Department is your community connection for swimming lessons, leisure classes, programs, entertainment, and special events. You can always count on us to do our very best to serve the recreation and leisure needs of the community. We take pride in knowing we offer everything you like to do. It's all here for you! We welcome the opportunity to serve you.
You'll find just what you need at more than 24 developed parks, one pool, 17 tennis courts, 19 basketball courts, two disc golf courses, 17 ball fields,50 miles of the Flagstaff Urban Trail System, two skate parks, a BMX park, four recreation centers, and an ice rink, providing year-round programs and activities.
We've recently expanded our Scholarship program! The program can now be used for ALL Admission and membership passes, including one-month, three-month, and six-month memberships. It can also be applied toward any individual registration for athletic programs we offer, such as Co-ed Hockey, and staff-managed programs at Jay Lively, e.g. Sticks and Pucks, Open Hockey, etc..
Recreation Services offers Scholarships, depending on the availability of funding. Scholarships are for individual use and can be requested for City of Flagstaff programs and activities. Applicant's household must meet income guidelines and provide City of Flagstaff residency to qualify for a scholarship. Interested applicants should complete a Recreation Scholarship Application (PDF) and submit it for consideration at least five days before the beginning of the activity. Scholarships aren't applied to the cost of training books and materials, participants pay full price for those items. Scholarships don't apply to Contracted Instructor classes. Recreation scholarship applications are available at any of our recreation centers.
The Recreation Scholarship Guidelines (PDF) will help you determine if you are eligible for the scholarship.
Recreation Mission Statement
Enhancing our community through people, parks, and programs.
Recreation for Everyone
Recreation Services is dedicated to providing people with and without physical and mental challenges the opportunity to participate in recreation and leisure programs. If you need special accommodations to participate in any program, please notify us at the time of registration.