Dog Park Shelter Construction

We will be constructing a new shelter at the Dog Park today, October 20th, be prepared for possible temporary closures to make that happen and keep your pups safe.

 

Park Updates

All Parks WATER will be shut down as of today, October 19th, including drinking fountains and Eunice Keepers bathrooms.

There are still Port-a-Potties available for your convenience, as well as the Dr. Kilian Meyer bathrooms.

The WATER at the Dog Park will be shut down this Friday, October 22.

We will be constructing a new shelter at the Dog Park this week sometime, be prepared for possible temporary closures to make that happen and keep your pups safe.

 

 

COVID-19 CLOSURES

October 2021 – The Community Center/Senior Center is currently open at a 75% capacity. Please note this may be subject to change. Call for more information.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Request for Bids for Dehumidifiers for the Brewer Public Library

REQUEST FOR BIDS

The City of Richland Center is requesting bids for six Dehumidifiers to attach to six existing Bryant Plus95S – Model 355CAV, furnace units within the Brewer Public Library. This will consist of two furnaces per floor on three floors.  Each furnace covers 29,250 cubic feet.

Questions may be directed to Dave Fry at 608-604-0398 or Martha Bauer at 608-712-4147.

Bids should be returned to the City Clerk’s Office at 450 S. Main Street or emailed to aaron.joyce@richlandcenter.com no later than 2:00pm on October 15, 2021.

The City reserves the right to reject any and all bids. The City of Richland Center is an equal opportunity employer, provider, and lender.

Memorial Day Flags

Volunteers are requested this year to place flags for Veteran’s at the Richland Center and St. Mary’s Cemetery!

Anyone wishing to help can meet at the cemetery garage at 1300 N. Park Street, Thursday night, May 27th  at 5 pm.

Call Dave Fry at 604-0398 with any questions

WPRA 2020 Outstanding Facility Design and Renovation Award

Great news! The New Woodman Aquatic Center was nominated and was honored to receive the 2020 Outstanding Facility Design and Renovation Award from the Wisconsin Parks & Recreation Association. We are so proud to have this amazing facility in our community! Thank you to everyone who made this possible!

Join us on Thursday, February 11 at 6:30pm to honor the outstanding recipients of the 2020 WPRA Awards!

WPRA Virtual Award Ceremony
Thursday, February 11th – Starting at 6:30pm

On behalf of the WPRA, a sincere congratulations to all the recipients and nominees of the 2020 awards! Thank you for making your communities a safe and great place to live, work and play!

To join the virtual training, simply click: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82535907373?pwd=a0tBZmJoTEVQUGJkTWZNMEdjeTFWZz09
Password: 384914

 

 

Request for Bids- Tables and Chairs

The City of Richland Center Parks and Grounds is selling tables and chairs and is accepting sealed bids for the following:
• 6 tables: 2.5ft W x 6ft L, steel legs with white Formica top
• 40 chairs: Black Fiberglass molded seats with steel legs

All items may be seen in the Parks Maintenance Shop – 1100 N Jefferson Street.
For questions, please contact Dave Fry at 608-604-0398.

Sealed bids are due by 1:00 p.m. January 13, 2021 to the City Clerk at 450 South Main Street, Richland Center, WI 53581. Bids may be emailed to derek.kalish@richlandcenter.com.

The City of Richland Center reserves the right to reject any and all bids.

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

“Let your voice be heard! What do you think about tobacco (vaping) use in Richland Center Parks? Please take and share survey. It will take less than 3 minutes!”

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HDZB9MV

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