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News ItemsOff Highway Vehicles (OHV) Park - WorkshopDimond Park Aquatic Center: Adjusted Monday Hours of Operation Effective July 1, 2013Dimond Park Aquatic Center/Mon-Fri Swim Lessons Registrations for June 24 lessons are now avialable online. Registration begins June 19, 2013.The Flowers of Juneau - brought to you by P&R LandscapingJuneau History Grant Applications due June 28CBJ Ordinance 2007-31(am) - Motorized uses on Auke Lake and providing for a penaltyAUKE LAKE BOAT LAUNCH - Public Service AnnouncementCBJ Ordinance 2008-26C - Amended Auke Lake Motorized BoundariesAuke Lake Regulated Areas mapTREADWELL SUMMER CAMPZGYC Summer 2013 NewsletterYouth Outdoor Soccer Registration - Ages 5-14Follow the Recreation Department on Twitter!Happy Trails - Jim King!!TREADWELL SUMMER HOURSCorrected Hershey's ResultsZGYC Summer Camp Registration FormZGYC Summer Camp BrochureThank you for Pick Click Giving to Zach Gordon YouthAUKE LAKE MANAGEMENT 2013Watch this amazing video about the Arboretum! Floorball is back for summer 2013!Aquatics Facility Advisory BoardDimond Park Aquatic Center Whirpool Update: June 1, 2013Parks & Recreation Advisory CommitteeADA Committee MeetingJuneau Non-Motorized Transportation PlanJuneau Non-Motorized Transportation Plan MapsThunder Mt. Soccer Camps in JULY. Registration continuing!Dimond Park Aquatic Center DesignParks & Recreation Comprehensive PlanSavikko Park Master Plan
Youth Scholarship Program ***FY13 Forms Now Available***
The Youth Scholarship Program is designed to provide supplemental financial assistance to youth (ages 3 to 18 years of age) that may not otherwise be able to participate in youth activities. The program is intended to be a resource after other available sources of funding have been utilized.
There is a maximum award of $100 per child, per fiscal year (July 1 - June 30). Scholarships are awarded based on a sliding scale. All information submitted as part of the application is confidential and will be used only to determine the level of scholarship awarded.
Scholarships may be used for registration or program fees for activities other than Parks & Recreation programs, but certain guidelines apply for all activities. Scholarship forms will only be accepted for programs holding registration at time of application. Please see the application form for more information, or contact Juneau Parks & Recreation at 586-5226.