Division of Recreation

Registration Now Open for Neighborhood Resource & Recreation Center Summer Programming

The City of Cleveland’s recently rebranded Neighborhood Resource & Recreation Centers are now offering expanded fall programming at all 22 of its centers. Expanded intergenerational programming - aimed at providing holistic resources to all residents, especially youth and young adults – includes job readiness and placements assistance, ACT/SAT prep, theater, photography, ballet, STEM workshops and more. Old favorites like aerobics, basketball, football and swimming are also available. Register in person or online at www.clevelandohio.gov/NRRCactivities. Some class sizes may be limited and early registration is advised. All programs are free.

  • Mayor's Annual Food Basket Giveaway Seeking Volunteers!

    The Mayor’s Food Basket is generously supported by individuals, local businesses and City of Cleveland employees. It is the largest annual food giveaway in Cuyahoga County and helps to feed thousands of Cleveland families each year. Volunteers are needed at three locations: Michael Zone Recreation Center on Lorain Avenue; the Cleveland Foodbank on South Waterloo Road; and the Zelma George Recreation Center on Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard. 

  • Registration Time for Cleveland Division of Recreation Summer Sports Programs

    The City of Cleveland Division of Recreation is now accepting registrations for summer organized sports programs at all Neighborhood Resource and Recreation Centers.  Safety protocols will be followed as in the CDC State of Ohio re-open plan.  Contact Tim Wells for more info, 216-664-2346 or twells@city.cleveland.oh.us.

  • League Park's Baseball Heritage Museum Gift Shop Offers Cleveland Baseball Souvenirs

    Professional Cleveland sports teams had their start at historic League Park. It's now home to the Baseball Heritage Museum, which offers keepsakes including mugs, t-shirts, baseballs, and League Park History DVD's, all at reasonable prices.

  • City Recreation Volunteer Openings Available Year-Round

    The Division of Recreation is seeking volunteers. Recreation center volunteers enrich the community in several areas including the arts, sports, education, and mentoring. These generous individuals are from diverse backgrounds and include people of all ages from recent graduates seeking practical experience, to retirees with spare time to share. 

Senior Recreational Activities

216.664.2321 or 216.664.2570 - Weekdays 8 am to 5 pm

Recreation Center Locations and Schedules

This program encompasses a variety of classes and activities at various recreational centers. Activities include aquacise, arts & crafts, aerobics, chess, checkers and other social activities

Camp Forbes Senior Program

216.263.5325 - Weekdays 8 am to 5 pm

Each Fall, the Division of Recreation invites senior groups to take part in a day of activities. Seniors have the opportunity to socialize, exercise, eat a well-balanced hot lunch, and take part in a variety of planned activities. Senior groups are registered on a first-come, first-served basis. The program culminates with five separate holiday parties with all of the trimmings and a visit from Santa Claus himself.