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If you sign up for a league and then decide to withdraw from the league, the Dallas Park and Recreation Department will retain $25.00 from your entry fee and refund the remaining balance if you withdraw within five (5) business days after registering. If you withdraw after five business days, the Park and Recreation Department will retain the entire entry fee.
Each team will play 8 league games, usually one per week. Weeknight game times are 6:45, 7:45, 8:45 and 9:45. Sunday game times are 3:00, 4:00, 5:00, 6:00 and maybe 7:00 or 8:00. League champions receive a free entry into the City Playoffs in Spring and Summer seasons; any other team may enter the Playoffs for a $135 entry fee. There are no Playoffs in the Fall seasons.
League schedules will be posted on www.dsma.com about one week before your first game. Schedules will not be mailed. We will email schedules and revisions, so it is IMPERATIVE that we have a valid email address on file for the manager or player.
• Fall - Basketball and Soccer (Season begins in early October)• Winter – Basketball (Season begins in mid January)• Spring – Baseball and Soccer (Seasons beginning in mid March)
All sports will have the standard charge of $175 per team for each sport.
Dallas Park Rangers support the department’s mission by providing efficient and effective services to park visitors. As Park Rangers, they embody public safety and security while fostering environmental stewardship. Park Rangers monitor parks, trails, and recreation facilities across the city and educate park goers on park regulations, ordinances and safety measures to ensure a memorable experience.
There currently are six Park Rangers and at any given time you may find them in any one of the 397 City of Dallas Parks (23,464 parkland acres) or along the approximately 158 miles of park trails.
The general Dallas Park Ranger non–emergency hotline is 214-670-6840. Another way to contact a Dallas Park Ranger is by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Park Ranger Division will contact you as soon as possible. For emergencies please call 911.
To report an issue at the park, please contact 311, or in case of emergency, please contact 911.
Please call the Main Reservation Number at 214-670-8740 or visit the City of Dallas Park & Recreation Department website dallasparks.org for more information.
What is the best way to provide feedback and stay informed about potential White Rock Lake dredging? If you were able to attend the community meeting on January 28, please make sure to turn in your comment card before you leave. In addition, please use the QR code to join the live survey during the meeting. Additional opportunities to provide feedback are through our web-based survey or by contacting City staff. The web-based survey is a Google Form available at tinyurl.com/white-rockdredging.
Google Form will be active until February 11, 2020.
Comments can also be provided to our designated City of Dallas project contact: David Phan, P.E., CFM Dallas Water Utilities, Floodplain Management Office: 214-948-4682 E-Mail: David.Phan@dallascityhall.com.
If you are interested in staying informed, please provide your contact information at this meeting, via the web form, or reach out to the contact provided above.
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Yes. Anyone that participates in a City of Dallas recreation program must purchase a recreation card.
Current pass holders may renew their recreation cards online. New customers must purchase their FIRST Recreation Card at a recreation center. Visit our online registration page to renew your recreation card.
See our refund procedures for full details on obtaining a refund.
No, permits are not issued for vendors selling these types of items. All Temporary Food and Drink Permits are issued for trailer type concessions. You may contact the City of Dallas Code Compliance for their requirements.
Our Recreation Center summer camps are for children ages 5 to 12 years of age. Children must be 5 years of age as of 9/1 of the current school year. Children will be broken into groups based on ages. Some Recreation Center locations offer teen camps for youth ages 13 to 17. Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) camps are for children ages 6 to 12 years of age and Send A Kid To Camp sites accept children ages 6 to 15.
Recreation Center camp hours are Monday - Friday from 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Community Development Block Grant camp hours are Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Send A Kid To Camp hours are Monday - Thursday 9:30am - 3:30pm. Please know, all camps are closed July 4th.
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and Send A Kid To Camp (SAKTC) sites are not available for online registration.
Dallas Park and Recreation Department offers and hosts a variety of sports for youth of all ages. Most sports programs begin at the age of 4 and are offered through the age of 14.
A player's age is determined as of September 1st of the current school year. Each sport is divided into age divisions based on every two years. Divisions are ages 5-6, 7-8, 9-10, and 11-12.