Division of Recreation

Department of Public Works

Parks and Recreation are essential to the overall well-being of our residents. Recreation is not just fun - our parks, programs, and services improve our residents’ mental and physical health, which in turn, results in positive economic and social outcomes in our neighborhoods and our city. 

Expanded Programs

The Office of Prevention, Intervention, and Opportunity for Youth and Young Adults provides expanded programs in the NRRCs as described in the seasonal Neighborhood Resource and Recreation Centers (NRRCs). Once you have determined which program(s) you would like to attend, please complete the registration form.

Register

Bureau of Cultural Arts

Part of the Division of Recreation, the Bureau of Cultural Arts provides active recreational opportunities and cultural experiences in art and performance art for all ages and interested groups at the Cudell Recreation Center.

For more information call: (216) 664-2561

Boxing & Wrestling Commission

216.664.3987 - Weekdays 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

The Commission approves and monitors all amateur boxing contests.

Dog Park

Open Daily 8:00 am to 9:00 pm

This gated, off-leash dog park at West 11th St and Clark Ave is approximately one (1) acre in size. Fresh water and shade are available, and the park includes benches and trees. Friends of Clark Field maintains the park.