COVID-19 CLOSURES

The Community Center/Senior Center will remain CLOSED to the public through September and will be re-evaluated for October. We are sorry for the inconvenience. All rentals will be cancelled and rescheduled to a later date or refunded.

Thank you for your cooperation.

COVID-19 Update from Mayor Coppernoll

June 25, 2020

Richland Center park shelters, and park play equipment, will re-open for public use July 1.

The Killian Meyer Building will also re-open July 1 – the Meyer Building, and the shelters, will have capacity limits – call 647-8108 for details.

Park bathrooms will open July 1, adult softball, and the youth rec program will also begin July 1. To sign up for adult activities, or to sign your child up for youth activities, please call 647-8108.

Bleachers will not be available this season, please bring chairs with you, and take them when you leave, thank you.

Park bathrooms, and the tables in the park shelters, will be sanitized once per day, early in the morning.

The Community Center, and the Senior Center, will remain closed until further notice.

The aquatic center will not open July 1, we’re awaiting an inspection by the state. At this point, the target date to open the aquatic center is July 4.

We will make an announcement regarding the opening of the aquatic center as soon as we have more details, there will be capacity restrictions in the aquatic center this season.

Signs will be posted in the parks, stating the threat of exposure to the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 exists, that by entering the parks, you are taking responsibility for your own protection, and that children should be supervised.

For further information, call 647-8108.

-Mayor Todd Coppernoll

Take our Survey on Vaping in City Parks

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Fall Brochures are here!

Get the kids signed up for Flag Football and Supersports!

Flag Football starts September 23rd for boys and girls in 2nd – 3rd grades @5-6pm

Supersports starts September 24th for boys and girls in kindergarten – 1st grades @5-6pm

Register here! https://www.activityreg.com/selectactivity_t2.wcs

 

Memorial Day Flags

Volunteers are needed to put up Veteran’s flags at the Richland Center Cemetery and St. Mary’s Cemetery.

Anyone wishing to help can meet at the cemetery garage at

1300 N. Park Street,

Thursday night, May 23rd  at 5 pm.

Call Dave Fry at 604-0398 with questions

Annual Prairie Bottoms Burning

The Parks & Grounds will be doing its annual burn of the Prairie Bottoms, between Hwy 14 West and Seminary Street, tonight starting @5:30 pm until it burns out.

Spring Cleanup at the Cemetery

Spring is coming soon!

Please remember to remove any and all decorations, flowers, Christmas wreaths & stands. The Parks Department will be going through the Cemetery starting April 1st, 2019. If there are any items remaining by April 15th, they will be discarded.

Thank you for your cooperation!

Dave Fry

Parks & Grounds Supervisor

Pine River and Trails

It’s a good day @RC Parks!! The Pine River and Pine River Bike Trail is NOW OPEN and safe to travel on!

Pine River Trails Update

The bike trail from Seminary Street to the Hwy 14/80 intersection is NOW OPEN!

Pine River Trails

IMPORTANT NOTICE! The bike trail from Seminary Street to the Hwy 14/80 intersection will be CLOSED until further notice. Signs are posted.

Also–North Park Big Diamond is CLOSED until further notice due to flood damage.