Parks & Recreation
The Parks & Recreation team is currently deliberating on how we will be adapting to the recently issued Public Health orders given by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.
However, at this time we will be closing for the three-week pause per the public health orders starting Wednesday, November 18, and will reassess after the order is lifted.
Additionally, our current senior transportation schedule will continue through Thanksgiving. After the holiday, we will be shifting the schedule to Tuesday and Thursday. Transportation will also be for grocery shopping and doctor appointments ONLY. As a reminder, masks are still required to ride on the SMART bus.
The City is in its COVID-19 recovery and reopening process for all of its municipal facilities.
All of these practices will be determined based on the CDC, State, and County guidelines, and may be altered if and when needed.
Senior Transportation Update - 11/16/2020
Senior transportation services will be operating Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday through Thanksgiving. Transportation will be limited and utilized for grocery shopping, doctor appointments, and pharmacy trips at this time.
After the holiday, we will be shifting the schedule to Tuesday and Thursday. Transportation will also be for grocery shopping and doctor appointments ONLY.
Masks are required to ride on the SMART bus.
To reserve transportation please call the office at 248-658-3470.
to learn more about our transportation service.
About Parks & Recreation
Location: 2400 Robina, Berkley, MI 48072
The Berkley Parks & Recreation Department provides a variety of leisure services, sports and physical fitness programs for children and adults of all ages. This department operates and maintains all city-owned recreation assets, including nine public parks, baseball fields, tennis courts, the Community Center.
Throughout the year, the department is a state-licensed provider of day camps for children. Camp sessions are held during the summer months and winter break.
The Senior Center provides programs and other activities for residents age 60 and up. Educational workshops, day trips, and travel excursions are available for active seniors who enjoy good fellowship and fun.
Partnerships with volunteers and community organizations are key to the department's success. Volunteers are engaged in the planning and execution of many special events throughout the year, including, but not limited to, Winterfest, Summerfest, and the CruiseFest Classic Car Parade.
Parks and Recreation Director
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