Recreation, Parks & Cultural Activities

We enrich the City of Alexandria by creating meaningful experiences through public space, cultural activities, and programming.

Page updated on Mar 30, 2020 at 8:27 PM
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The Alexandria Health Department encourages all organizations and individuals to take necessary steps to stop the spread of COVID-19. As a result, the Department of Recreation, Parks and Cultural Activities is implementing service delivery adjustments.

March 30: Spring programs Cancelled, Summer Registration and Reservations Delayed
March 21: Playgrounds and Fenced Fields, Courts and Dog Parks Closed

March 20: Operation of Remaining Recreation Centers Suspended
March 18: Service Adjustments Effective March 19





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Looking for ways to challenge your mind and body while connecting with your community? Virtual programming options are now available! Enjoy free performances, fitness classes, poetry readings, and activities for youth. New programs are being added regularly, so check back often.


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All spring programs have been cancelled and registration for summer programs will now begin at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, May 6 for City residents and Friday, May 8 for nonresidents. Registration applies to classes, activities, programs and leagues taking place June 22 through September 4. 

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The Department of Recreation, Parks and Cultural Activities guarantees exceptional customer experiences 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 Your Experience Matters Survey now.
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We enrich the City of Alexandria by creating meaningful experiences through public space, cultural activities, and programming.

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