Each mid-March we publish a program brochure. Each edition is packed with programs that will keep your child occupied throughout the summer with a healthy balance of recreation, entertainment, and fun. As a department that strives to provide the latest trends in recreation programming for all ages and abilities, we add several new activities each year.
Often, it is easier to print out the brochure, find your classes, then register online by April 30th, 2018.
Due to a change in our recreation software, we will be unable to accept any online registrations and online payments after April 30th, 2018. After April 30th we will accept paper registration forms along with cash or check, which can be mailed, dropped off in person, or dropped in the utility payment mailbox in the City Hall parking lot. Credit cards will not be accepted. In the case of phone-in registration, payment by cash or check will need to be received within ten days after registering and at least a week before a class begins. Any credits on your Parks and Rec account need to be used up this summer or they will be lost. Please call the Parks and Rec office at 715-425-0924 with any questions. We apologize for the inconvenience.
A RESIDENT is any person who lives within the corporate city limits of River Falls and receives a property tax bill from the City. A NON-RESIDENT is anyone who lives outside the City Limits, for example in Troy, Clifton, Kinnickinnic or River Falls Township, or in other cities.
If you have any questions regarding the information provided on this website or in our brochure, please call us and we will be happy to answer them. Have an idea for a new program that has never been offered? Let us know! We take pride in our service and look forward to sharing our summer with the residents of River Falls, and its surrounding townships and communities.
The Parks and Recreation Department is proud to offer the community a variety of recreation programs for all age groups. Please call us at 715-425-0924 with any questions or to request more information.
If the Kinni is too cold for you, we offer spring swimming lessons at the high school pool and summer swimming lessons and open swim at Glen Park Pool.
When winter finally goes away, it's time for children to get out and play! Keep your children occupied and engaged this summer with youth recreation programs.
Year round, the Parks and Recreation Department offers activities and programs just for adults.