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Free agents should enter their information on the Adult Free Agent Form online. It is up to individual captains to pick players up as needed. While many free agents eventually are picked up by teams, there is no guarantee.
Adult Sports registration is generally taken by team only* so fees are charged as a team fee. Free agents who join a team will need to determine their individual fee with the team captain.
*Senior softball registration is taken on an individual basis.
The registration system will take a $100 deposit at registration OR you may choose to pay in full. If you choose to only pay the deposit, the credit card or checking account you paid the deposit with will be automatically charged the remaining balance on the first evening of competition.
This varies per sport so check each sports page for rules. Coed ratios are also listed in each sport's rules.
Exposed Jewelry may NOT be worn during sports participation.
1. Medical alert jewelry may be worn but must be taped to the body or covered (i.e. with a sweat band).
2. Protruding stones are not allowed.
3. Fitness Trackers may be worn attached to shoe laces, beneath clothing or covered (i.e. with a sweat band).
4. If, in the opinion of the referee, any jewelry (exposed or not) is deemed dangerous to any player or staff, the player must remove it.
If a league/program is canceled or teams are combined due to insufficient registration, you will be notified prior to the start date and will receive a full refund, credit or transfer to another sport or team.
Adult Sports: Adult Sports league registration is taken by team only, unless otherwise noted. The team captain must pay a minimum payment of $100 that is due upon registration and is non-refundable; captains may also pay in full. Payment of any remaining balance is due on the start date of the league. Credit cards and electronic checks will automatically be charged; cash and sponsor payments must be submitted no later than the start date of the league.
Cancellation, refund and transfer requests must be made seven business days prior to the advertised start of the activity. The initial payment of $100 is non-refundable and there is a $5 processing fee for each change to the initial registration purchase.
Youth Sports: Cancellation, refund and transfer requests must be made three business days prior to the advertised start of the activity. There is a $5 processing fee for each change to the initial registration purchase.
To submit a registration change request (transfers, cancellations, refunds) for sports programs, please email Lou.
These changes are effective Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2019. Current memberships will change upon expiration date, if you are not enrolled in Auto-Renew with Price Lock Promise or your membership is interrupted.
Auto-Renewwith Price Lock Promise automatically renews your annual membership while locking inthe rate you are currently paying as long as the membership is ACTIVE andUNINTERRUPTED. Contact the Membership Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or303.805.3279 to inquire about your current membership status.
Complete theAuto-Renew Form at the front desk at the Recreation Center or Fieldhouse andthe Membership Team will contact you, or you may contact the Membership Team email@example.com or303.805.3279 and they can assist you.
In order tolock in the fees you currently pay, your annual membership must be continuous andwithout disruptions such as a missed payment or a request to change your typeof membership.
You will have seven days after the failed payment is received by us to update your credit card information and pay your outstanding balance to ensure your Price Lock Promise.
You will no longer be eligible for the Price Lock Promise and you will be subject to the new fee schedule. All changes to membership types need to be made by September 30 at 5 p.m. to avoid losing the Price Lock Promise.
Themilitary/police/fire discount will be 20%, effective Oct. 1, 2019, which canbe applied to memberships, excluding student membership.
Yes, you still must provide a 30-day notice to cancel, however, there will no longer be a cancellation penalty applied.
Our membership fees have not been increased in over a decade and the Department has recently taken a comprehensive approach to assuring long term financial sustainability. During the past 12 years, significant value has been added to memberships through facility enhancements and expansions, technological advancements, conservation/sustainability efforts, expanded youth, adult and senior programming, state-of-the-art equipment and machinery updates, along with the addition of other modernized amenities and spaces. Additionally, operating and maintenance costs have steadily increased over time and while we strive to remain affordable, a rate adjustment is needed to remain financially sustainable.
· The CDC has stated that there is no evidence that coronavirus is transmitted through properly treated swimming pool water.
· All Parker Recreation pools are monitored multiple times per day to ensure proper disinfectant levels are maintained. Additionally, the lap, therapy and activity pools are treated with Ultra Violet light as a secondary disinfectant system which is highly effective at eliminating viruses and other harmful organisms.
While we encourage swimmers to bring their own equipment, we will provide a limited number of equipment that will be sanitized in bleach solution before and after use.
Just as with lap swim equipment, we encourage swimmers to bring their own equipment. However, there will be a limited number of pieces available for use that will be sanitized in bleach solution before and after use. Note: Certain equipment may not be available.
Every hour, to include before and after designated sessions, staff will sanitize high-touch areas with FDA approved products, in addition to the routine cleaning tasks that occur throughout the day.
Additionally, twice daily, the deck and all seating areas will be treated with a high concentrated chlorine solution to effectively sanitize all surfaces.
Initially, the locker rooms will be closed. Swimmers should come ready to swim and will be able to change in deck bathrooms.
Deck showers will be available for the recommended pre and post-swim rinse offs.
For the foreseeable future, there will be no rentals, group visits or birthday parties permitted.
Masks should not be worn in the pool. Employees and participants are required to wear a face mask whenever else possible. Masks are not required during moderate to heavy physical exertion, provided physical distancing is being practiced. Please wear a mask when entering/exiting the facility.
Parker Recreation Center Operating Hours:
Parker Fieldhouse Operating Hours:
Monday - Friday
Saturday - Sunday
To reduce gathering sizes and make it easier to practice appropriate social distancing guidelines, capacity regulations have been put in place for the safety of patrons and staff.
To improve the safety of the facilities for all guests, you are required to wipe your equipment and display the ’needs staff attention’ card when done. A staff member will disinfect the equipment after each use and then mark it ‘ready for use’ for the next customer.
Employees and participants are required to wear a face mask whenever possible. Masks are not required during moderate to heavy physical exertion, provided physical distancing is being practiced. Please wear a mask when entering/exiting the facility and whenever else possible.
Before and after designated sessions, staff will sanitize high-touch areas with FDA approved products, in addition to the routine cleaning tasks that occur throughout the day.
Additionally, the deck and all seating areas will be treated with a high concentrated chlorine solution to effectively sanitize all surfaces.
We will be taking a phased approach to the reintegration of in-person Group Fitness classes. Initially, about 20 in-person group fitness classes will be offered covering a broad scope of class formats and times. We will continually evaluate the effectiveness of our classes and will look to add to the schedule while still following state and local guidelines. We will not be returning to our full-scale Group Fitness schedule that we offered at the beginning of the year but will ensure our classes we do offer meet the needs of the participants.
Yes, you can. However, you’ll need to register for each class separately and pay for each registration. The registration is valid for the specific class and not for the entire day.
Wherever possible, it is encouraged for patrons to bring their own equipment to reduce the amount of equipment cleaned throughout the day. We ask that you bring your own yoga mats and kickboxing gloves/wraps, if needed for that class.
Children over 2 can wear masks when possible. Generally, employees and participants are required to wear a face mask whenever possible. Masks are not required during moderate to heavy physical exertion, provided physical distancing is being practiced. Please wear a mask when entering/exiting the facility and whenever else possible.
No, due to facility capacity limits, unregistered participants are not allowed in the facility. You are welcome to wait outside of the building if you would like.
At this time, we will only be allowing a maximum of 8 children in the class.
The instructors will be trained on monitoring social distancing guidelines.
In the initial Safe Return phase, indoor personal training will be conducted in a third of the main gym at the Parker Recreation Center. In-person, outside training will be conducted outside of the Recreation Center or a location on Town of Parker property determined between client and trainer.
Sessions are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis. A session is not reserved until your trainer notifies the facility, even if you have verbally agreed on a time with your trainer. If the personal training area is full, you will either have to move your session outside or reschedule.
In an effort to minimize unneeded contact at the front desk, your trainer will notify the Fitness and Wellness Supervisor of the upcoming session and the session will be deducted at that time. Valid sessions must be available on the account and training cannot occur if sessions do not remain. If sessions need to be purchased, please contact the front desk at 303.841.4500 or the Fitness and Wellness Supervisor at 303.805.3278 to purchase sessions. Virtual sessions must be purchased in advance and the trainer will notify the supervisor of the upcoming session.
All staff members and clients are encouraged to wear masks whenever possible. Please wear a mask when entering/exiting the facility. When sessions begin, the client can remove their mask while the trainer is still encouraged to continue wearing one. Social distancing will be in place between the client, trainer and other patrons in the same area. The trainer will verbalize or demonstrate the exercise and the client will then perform the exercise. Programs requiring hands-on spotting and correction are expected to keep contact to a minimum but still maintain appropriate safety measures. Equipment will be cleaned by the client before and after sessions and placed in a “Used Equipment” pile to be cleaned again during the building transition.
Hand sanitizer will be provided as available. However, we recommend participants bring their own personal supply in the event sanitizer becomes unavailable.
Masks are recommended for participants. Participants should wear masks as they enter facilities and are engaged in non-physical activity (i.e. waiting for a program to begin, pre- and post-game meetings) but are not expected to wear masks during physical activity. The same expectations apply for staff.
Depending on the point at which a disruption occurs and duration of disruptions, participants may receive a prorated recreation credit.
Registration for future sport leagues is on hold until further notice. Updates will be posted online and sent to participants when Fall registration is available.
No, Therapeutic Recreation staff are not trained nor permitted to provide personal care or medication administration services to our participants. If you require assistance with personal care or medication administration during participation in one of our programs, you will need to make arrangements to have a caregiver provide those services for you. Caregivers will be allowed to attend programs at no charge, provided they are there for the purpose of assisting you. If you require any special equipment, (diapers, special diet foods, medications, etc.) it is your responsibility to provide those items. Initially, locker rooms will be closed and not be available for use.
Participants will take part in modified activities and games to ensure social distancing. Staff and participants within the group will remain at least 6-feet apart. Programs will be restricted to 8 or less with 2 staff members. Since we have limited space, registration will be required; drop-in participants will not be allowed. Each participant will have their own equipment that will not be shared. Any equipment that has to be shared will be sanitized before and after each participant throughout the program by a staff member.
Before and after TR programs, staff will sanitize equipment and any high-touch areas with FDA approved products, in addition to the routine cleaning tasks that occur throughout the program. Participants will also be asked to wash hands or use hand sanitizer when arriving to a program and before leaving from a program.
Yes, as a fee-based activity. As we enter into our Safe Return phase of reopening facilities, which includes reduced capacities, we understand that some patrons remain unable or unwilling to participate in in-person classes in the facility. Our fitness and wellness instructors find tremendous joy in teaching classes for and connecting with our Parker community. They remain dedicated to improving the health and wellness of the people who join their classes, which requires dedicated time, ongoing planning and training, and a financial commitment to maintain appropriate certifications. Our customers who follow particular instructors and class formats and pay a fee to participate in their classes online are appreciated for their devotion to our exceptional staff and for allowing them to do what they love most; leading a customized, interactive fitness and wellness experience just for you. As our Parks and
Recreation Department has experienced significant budget challenges due to COVID-19, supporting virtual, fee-based fitness programs is a win-win.
Yes. Your membership, which has been frozen since the closure in mid-March, will remain on hold until we are able to expand the capacity of the facilities. The Virtual Group Fitness schedule is separate from your in-person membership and visit passes.
Good news, the Virtual Group Fitness classes are FREE for you. If you are currently a member at the Parker Recreation Center, you still need to register for the Weekly or Monthly Virtual Group Fitness Access to gain the Zoom link, but you will not be charged. If you are not currently a member at the Recreation Center, but you have SilverSneakers or Renew Active through your insurance, you will need to complete this online form to register for the membership. In order to complete this, please contact the Membership Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303.805.3275 for assistance.
Yes. The link is valid Monday through Sunday for the current week. A new link will be sent to Monthly Access participants and registrants of the following week prior to the start of classes on Monday.
Registration for the Virtual Group Fitness Access is non-refundable. Please take into consideration the number of classes and class times when selecting the weekly or monthly option.
No. The Virtual Group Fitness Access registration is separate from your monthly membership to the facility, drop in, daily registration or visit passes. In-person Group Fitness classes have a separate per-class registration.
Our instructors strive to provide a challenging yet safe class format that can be modified based on different ability levels; ultimately you know your limits. By participating in any Parker Parks and Recreation Virtual Fitness classes it is the participant’s responsibility to consult with a physician prior to, and regarding, participation in any virtual fitness program and you agree to modify the workout to accommodate your fitness ability.
We strive to protect the privacy of our participants during classes. All classes will be muted by the instructor to limit background noise and feedback so only the instructor can be heard. Participants are not required to identify themselves in the class and are welcomed to disable their video so only a blank screen will be visible by other patrons and the instructor. Screen sharing functionality is also not available, to increase security.