The Department of Recreation, Parks and Cultural Activities "Fits Your Life." Whether you are looking for a class, sport league, casual walk on more than 20 miles of trails, or want to volunteer, we have something for everyone.
The Department of Recreation, Parks and Cultural Activities guarantees a consistent superior customer experience to all who participate in programs or visit parks and facilities. Interactions will be Responsive, Professional, Courteous and Accountable. Tell us about your experience - complete the RPCA Your Experience Matters Survey now. RPCA Customer Service Guarantee
This year’s theme is “Filled with Glee at Forty-Three!” and a special program by Mainstream and Plus Tips. The annual square and round dance benefits the United States Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Drive by collecting toys and donations at the event.
The Alexandria Department of Recreation, Parks and Cultural Activities offers the community a personal opportunity to honor a friend or loved one by adopting a bench at one of our parks. When you adopt, City Staff will install a personalized plaque on either an existing or a new park bench.
RPCA and Rebuilding Together Alexandriahave partnered to improve the neighborhood parks in Hume Springs and Lynhaven. Rebuilding Together was awarded design and construction funding improvements for 3550 Commonwealth Avenue and the Dale Street portion of Four Mile Run Park.
The Alexandria Children and Youth Master Plan (CYMP) Out of School Time (OSTP) Work Group has compiled a list of City funded after school program opportunities for youth. The list includes operational information, service offerings and a link to the providers’ website for more information. After School Providers
The City’s Waterfront Plan envision a new public plaza at the foot of King Street called Fitzgerald Square. The plaza encompasses the City owned properties of 1 & 2 King Street, and the existing King Street Park, totaling about one acre of land. When the Old Dominion Boat Club moves to Prince Street, the City plans to create an “interim” public space to enjoy until construction begins on the permanent park.
The City of Alexandria has awarded a contract to Environmental Quality Resources, LLC (EQR) for the construction of the Windmill Hill shoreline restoration and other related park improvements. The project also includes pedestrian-oriented improvements to South Union Street. Construction has begun and is anticipated to be substantially complete by March 2018 with an anticipated park opening in spring 2018.