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Facilities & Recreation

Adult Sports Augustus Brown Pool Centennial Hall Convention Center Dimond Park Aquatic Center Jensen-Olson Arboretum Parking Facilities Treadwell Ice Arena Youth Sports Zach Gordon Youth Center

Mission Statement

Promote recreational and cultural opportunities and maintain and enhance City and Borough of Juneau facilities and resources.



News Items

Flexible Hours? Want something part-time? WATER SAFETY INSTRUCTOR Training coming! Both pools! Want to help folks feel safe around water? WOW - get ready for your new job: Lifeguard at one of CBJ Pools! Training coming, perfect after-school, weekend job! Retired with a flexible schedule? Looking for something part-time?What's Coming in March- Parks and Recreation at a GlanceWater Safety Instructor Course - March 2015Lifeguarding Class - March 17 - 20, 2015March Toddlers About Town- Free admission to facilities for ages 7 and under! (click here for more info)New DPAC Pool Hours for MondayDPAC new winter/spring swim schedule *Revised 2/20/15Electric Vehicle Charging Station comes to the MPGSHARE YOUR THOUGHTS WITH P&RTreadwell's skating scheduleYouth Activities Board Meeting NoticeMt. Jumbo Gym - preschool open gymAquatics Facility Advisory BoardFY16 Request for Youth Activity Grants Now AvailableParks & Recreation Advisory CommitteeSkating with the Schools - Teachers bring your class to the Treadwell Arena!Juneau Non-Motorized Transportation PlanJuneau Non-Motorized Transportation Plan MapsJensen-Olson Arboretum Advisory Board MeetingDimond Park Aquatic Center DesignParks & Recreation Comprehensive PlanSavikko Park Master Plan

Youth Scholarship Program  ***FY15 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.