Parks and Recreation


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Recreation Services Director
Amy Markle

612-861-9394
amarkle@richfieldmn.gov

Contact
Richfield Community Center
7000 Nicollet Avenue, Richfield, MN 55423
P 612-861-9385 | F 612-861-9388
711 MN Relay Service
recreation@richfieldmn.gov         
               
Business Hours
Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 
(closed on Federal and State holidays) 

Spring/Summer Recreation Program Guide

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS OPEN AT www.richfieldmn.gov/onlineregistration
Richfield Recreation is all set for spring and summer, with a wide variety of programs, events, and fun destinations. The Spring/Summer Recreation Program Guide is now available online (hard copies will arrive at each Richfield residence in March). Check out information about all of Richfield greatest summer hits: the Playground Program, Wood Lake Kids Camps and weekend family specials, the Outdoor Pool, adult fitness, youth tennis, adult bean bag league, adult fitness, senior day-out trips, Wheel Fun Rental and Mini-Golf, the Farmers Market, and so much more! Registration is open for most programs at www.richfieldmn.gov/onlineregistration.

Many program, event, and facility descriptions in the brochure are listed in English and Spanish. We also keep up-to-date information in Spanish at www.richfieldmn.gov/programasrecreativas

Online Registration for Programs & Events
We recently updated our online registration system. If you have been a customer with Richfield Recreation in the past, visit www.richfieldmn.gov/onlineregistration, click Sign In and Forgot Password.

Our Mission & Vision
To provide enriching health, leisure, and educational experiences for members of the community, maintain quality parks and facilities that improve quality of life for residents, and to enhance the value of the community for people who live, work, visit, and do business in Richfield.

Parks Master Plan
Updated over a two-year period in 2017-2018 with input from residents, Community Services Commission members, and staff, the Parks Master Plan provides a roadmap for future projects and improvements.

Public Advisory Boards
Recreation Services Department staff members serve as staff liaisons to two Council advisory Commissions: the Community Services CommissionFriendship City Commission, and the Arts Commission.  Recreation Staff also works with a number of subcommittees of the CSC, project task forces, neighborhood groups and fundraising boards (such as the Friends of Wood LakeHonoring All Veterans Memorial, Inc. and the Senior Advisory Board).