How can I find out about recreational opportunities in Plymouth?
The Parks & Recreation Activities Guide publishes courses sponsored by the Parks and Recreation Department. This guide is mailed to Plymouth residents three times a year. By subscribing to the guide for $9 per year, non-residents can receive the mailing as well.
How do I add or change family account information?
To add a member or update any account information, call 763-509-5200 or submit a request via email. Online Registration does not have family account editing capabilities.
Only family members living in your household may be added to your account.
How do I apply for program assistance?
Program assistance dollars are available to assist families who meet income guidelines. These funds are available to Plymouth residents only. It is the policy of the City of Plymouth to provide services to all residents regardless of sex, race, color, national origin, ability or financial status. Guidelines provide for two programs per child (under 18) per seasonal recreation brochure. The discount is 75%, with maximum assistance for any one program of $75. Life Time Fitness discount passes are available to all ages with a limit of eight passes per year per individual. Limited funds are available for the assistance program, and assistance is subject to availability of these funds. To apply, you must submit a program assistance form (PDF).
How do I or my organization become a vendor or a sponsor for a special event or recreation program?
For inquiries on becoming a vendor at a special event, call 763-509-5200 or submit a request.
You may also register and pay for classes over the phone using Discover, MasterCard, American Express or VISA during office hours.
In addition, you can register in person at City Hall during office hours of Monday-Friday, 8-4:30 p.m.
How do I withdraw from a program registration?
Registration withdrawal / refund policy – participant must cancel no less than one week prior to the start of program to qualify for a refund, unless otherwise noted in the Activity Guide. A $5 service fee is retained for each program withdrawal request, unless otherwise noted..
What community events does Plymouth have each year?
Plymouth sponsors several large community events. They include: the Plymouth Fire & Ice Festival in February; the Primavera Fine Art Show in April; Music in Plymouth in early July; the Plymouth on Parade in September; Halloween at the Creek in October; and the Plymouth Arts Fair in November; and Old Fashioned Christmas in December. In addition, the city sponsors free, outdoor concerts at the Hilde Performance Center in June, July and August.
What programs are available for senior citizens?
There are a variety of programs available to seniors, including clubs, recreation classes, fitness classes, defensive driving instruction, educational seminars, arts and crafts, special events. Special services, such as income tax preparation are also offered. Additionally, the city has a senior choir, the Plymouth Rockers, which performs in Plymouth and throughout the Twin Cities.
For more information on these programs, call the Parks and Recreation office at 763-509-5200.
What recreation programs does Plymouth offer?
Plymouth offers a wide variety of year-round recreation programs for all ages, from infant/toddlers to senior citizens. These programs include ballroom dance, gymnastics, sports, fitness, music, bridge, defensive driving for seniors, arts and crafts, swimming lessons, community garden plots, golf, tennis, sailing and rock climbing.
What recreational opportunities are available at the Plymouth Ice Center/Life Time Fitness complex?
Life Time Fitness offers swimming pools (two indoor and one outdoor), state-of-the-art fitness machines, aerobics classes and gymnasiums. While Plymouth Life Time Fitness is privately owned and operated, Plymouth residents may use the club on a daily fee basis without being members. The Plymouth Ice Center has three sheets of ice. Although the ice arena is connected to the Life Time Fitness building, it is a separate facility which is owned and operated by the City of Plymouth.