Parks and Recreation

Effective June 29, 2020 - Per the Governor's executive order, the Community and Recreation Center must remain closed for at least 30 days with a targeted reopen in one month. Additional information will be provided when a date has been determined. The Oro Valley Aquatic Center will remain open with current precautionary measures in place. Please see blue tab below titled "Recreation Facility Closures and Changes per Governor's Executive Order" for more details.

Oro Valley Parks and Recreation is committed to a quality parks and recreation system that delivers high-quality parks, trails and recreation programs, facilities, and events for all residents, while contributing to the quality of life of the Town of Oro Valley.

Recreation Facilities Reopening Details - UPDATED 7/17/20  Browse or Register for Classes and Programs

 

Facilities

 

Save time and do it online! Oro Valley Parks and Recreation offers many services online. Reservations, rentals and some memberships. Click on the links below to learn more! At this time, online registration for Aquatic Center and Community and Recreation Center memberships are not available. If you would like to find out more information about these memberships, click on one of the following links: Aquatic Center | Community and Recreation Center

To browse our list of programs and classes, click here.

UPDATE JULY 27, 2020: Today, July 27, marks 30 days since Governor Ducey's executive order pausing operations of gyms, which closed the Community and Recreation Center. On July 23, 2020 Governor Doug Ducey extended this executive order pausing operations on gyms. The pause of these operations will be reviewed for repeal or revision every two weeks. We will continue to communicate any updates as they arise. If you have any questions please feel free to reach us at 520-544-1900 (option 3) or recreation@orovalleyaz.gov. To view the Governor's full press release, click here

 

As part of continued efforts to reverse the trend of COVID-19 spread in Arizona, Governor Doug Ducey signed an executive order today (6/29/20) that will require the Oro Valley Community and Recreation Center to close effective 8 p.m. tonight, June 29, 2020. Per the executive order, the Community and Recreation Center must remain closed for at least 30 days with a targeted reopen in one month. Additional information will be provided when a date has been determined. The Oro Valley Aquatic Center will remain open with current precautionary measures in place. Please see details below:

Oro Valley Community and Recreation Center
All memberships will be paused beginning June 30, 2020. No membership fees will be charged until the center reopens. For any membership questions, please call the front desk at 520-544-1900 option 3. 

Oro Valley Aquatic Center
The Aquatic Center will remain open with current precautionary measures in place. For more information on these precautionary measures, please click here. Reminder, lap lanes must be reserved online and can be done so here

Pool at Oro Valley Community and Recreation Center
The Community and Recreation Center pool re-opened on July 20, 2020. For hours, details and online reservation info, please click here

Tennis and Pickleball Courts at the Oro Valley Community and Recreation Center
Tennis and pickleball courts will remain open to the public on a first come first served basis. The indoor facility will be closed, including the restrooms so please plan accordingly. Reservations will not be taken at this time. For information about lessons and clinics, please contact El Conquistador Tennis at 520-229-5372. Please remember that private lessons are not permitted on the tennis courts. 
NOTE: Lights will be remain on until 10 p.m. Monday - Sunday

 

The purpose of Oro Valley's Historic Preservation Program is to facilitate public knowledge, understanding and appreciation of the Town’s historic past, promote better awareness of its architectural and cultural history, and foster civic and neighborhood pride so that future generations will have the opportunity to appreciate and understand Oro Valley's unique cultural heritage.

Click here to learn more about the Historic Preservation Program.

 

 

Oro Valley is a mecca for golf and tennis. The Town of Oro Valley's Parks and Recreation Department is home to two magnificent golf courses, the El Conquistador Golf and El Conquistador Tennis run our respective golf and tennis programs.

 For more information check out their websites:

 

 

The purpose of the Oro Valley Parks and Recreation Needs Assessment and Master Plan is to offer strategies and operational policies that provide guidance in order to meet the needs of current and future Oro Valley residents.

Oro Valley Parks and Recreation Master Plan -  Community Interest and Opinion Survey - May 2020(PDF, 9MB)

Oro Valley Parks and Recreation Master Plan - Phase One - Needs Assessment - May 2020(PDF, 6MB)