North Highlands Recreation and Park District is pleased to announce the upcoming renovation of the Strizek Park playground! This all new, inclusive design will meet the needs of children of all abilities and will provide a modern playground to enhance the play experience for all children!
The final design of the playground will be presented at the November meeting of the North Highlands Recreation and Park District Board of Directors on Thursday, November 9 at 6:30 pm. This will be your opportunity to ask any questions you might have about this exciting project and hear about the timeline for construction. The meeting is held in the Recreation Center, 6040 Watt Avenue, North Highlands. If you have any questions, our office is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, or call 916-332-7440.
To help enrich and fulfill the lives of the citizens through the provision of facilities and programs that will provide and enhance creative, wholesome and imaginative leisure time living patterns with emphasis on family and youth oriented programs.
The North Highlands Recreation and Park District is an
independent special district located in Sacramento County.
The District is governed by an elected five member Board of
Directors and managed by a District Administrator. The
District serves a population of 43,507.
The District is comprised of a total of twelve parks with a new park scheduled to break ground in 2018. Some of the recreation facilities were acquired as a result of the closure of McCellan Air Force Base.
Child must be registered before 5:00pm of the previous school day. No day-of-registration will be permitted. All registration is final, no switching of days is allowed with the exception of an illness that has been excused by a doctor’s note within three days of date that is missed.
Request for a refund must be received prior to the start of the program. All requests for refund must be made in writing and be submitted via email, fax, mail, or by walk-in. Please email refund requests to email@example.com.
The District Office and North Highlands Community Center will be closed on the following days.
North Highlands Recreation and Parks District will now be taking non-perishable canned food donations to give to the River City Food Bank! Times might be rough for many people, and their ability to provide an adequate meal for themselves and their family may take a heavy hit. NHRPD would like to the community to join us in extending a helping hand to those needing a moment of extra assistance. Come visit the North Highlands Recreation and Parks District office to drop off canned foods to be given to the River City Food Bank for distribution. Cans of food must not be past the expiration date and must still have their labels.
Assembly Bill (“AB”) 2040,effective on January 1, 2015, requires districts to disclose to the State Controller’s Office the annual compensation of elected officials, officers, and employees by amending/adding Government Code sections 12463, 53892, and 53908.
State Controller’s Government Compensation
(North Highlands Recreation and Park District is listed under the County of Sacramento).
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