WHERE’S THE ARC?
Are you confused about where the ARC is? If you have gone to the big blue and white building downtown on Grand and 14th Avenue only to find there is no Astoria Recreation Center (ARC), wonder no more! Astorians can now find ARC on Young’s River Bay at the formally known Astoria Yacht Club (1555 West Marine Drive). An Open House will be held Thursday, August 14th from 4pm to 7pm to celebrate the grand opening of the new location. Read More…wheres the arc_open house.doc
POUND! Fitness Class
Did you check out our newest class, Pound, at our Grand Opening? We've been doing an introductory class for the past 6 weeks before we add it to our Fall schedule. If you missed it, we are extending this class another two weeks! Join us Mondays and Wednesdays at 5:30 PM for a rocking good time! First class is always free! $6 to drop in, $4 on our Parks punch card.
ARC Offers Paddleboarding
About The Parks & Recreation
The Parks and Recreation Department oversees parks and recreation activities for the City. The City has six historic sites, one caretaker home, three community halls, one maritime memorial park, six general use parks, one senior center, one indoor aquatic center, five public restroom buildings, three tennis courts, eight playgrounds, ten ball fields, four basketball courts, one boat launch ramp/fishing dock, and seven miscellaneous locations, all of which are maintained by this department.
The department coordinates recreational sporting activities throughout the year, including softball, track meets, volleyball, and basketball. It also coordinates several classes and special events such as trips to the theater, Breakfast with Santa, an Easter egg hunt, and two Valentine's dances throughout the year.
The Parks & Recreation Department is comprised of the administration & recreation and the maintenance divisions. In addition, the Parks & Recreation Director manages the Ocean View Cemetery and the Astoria Aquatic Center. Full-time staff for this department consists of a director, a recreation supervisor, an administrative assistant, an aquatic center supervisor, aquatic center maintainer, a park maintenance supervisor and three park maintainers. Temporary employees are hired at various times throughout the year to help maintain the parks and recreation facilities.
The Parks & Recreation Office is located in the Astoria Recreation Center (ARC)
1411 Grand Ave
Astoria, OR 97103
HOW TO CONTACT US:
- Reach us by phone at: (503) 325-7275
- E-mail us at: email@example.com
- Mail your inquiries to:
Parks & Recreation Department
1997 Marine Drive
Astoria, OR 97103
The office is open 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday. Class registration can be taken during most open Astoria Recreation Center hours. Class registration can also be done on the Parks and Recreation website at www.astoriaparks.com
The Astoria Aquatics Center is located at 1997 Marine Drive and can be reached by phone at 503-325-7027.
Parks Grounds and Maintenance can be reached by phone at 503-861-1332.