NEW UPDATE: The Radford Recreation Center will remain CLOSED until September 23rd as a precaution to keep citizens and staff healthy as Covid-19 cases are rising.
HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday -Thursday 6am-8pm
Phase 3 Additional Rules: Beginning on Monday July 6th, the Radford Recreation Center will have the following policies as per Phase 3 guidelines.
Racquetball and Pickleball will be played with only two players. Players must make a 45 minute appointment to reserve games. SINGLE GAMES ONLY, NO DOUBLES WILL BE ALLOWED.
Pickleball times can be reserved on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 8am -12noon.
Racquetball can be scheduled during any hours the building is open to the public. Players must be 16 years of age to use the racquetball courts.
We will start allowing free play in the gym during designated hours when we do not have Pickleball or Fitness Classes scheduled. You will need to schedule a 45 minute appointment to reserve the gym to shoot ball. We will allow SHOOTING ONLY and NO GAMES will be allowed. Players must bring their own basketball. Players must be at least 16 years of age to use the gym, event with a parent or adult present.
For a full list of Phase 3 rules please see link below.
SPARKY'S RUN DOG PARK WILL REOPEN ON WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 23RD.
Citizens are reminded to practice social distancing when enjoying our public parks, playgrounds and dog park. Keep in mind to maintain 6’ apart from others and limit playground and dog park use to 10 individuals at a time.
The use of medal detectors is not permitted in City Parks with the exeception of a person getting written permission from the Director of Parks and Recreation Department to look for a lost item in a specific area with no digging involved.
An Important message from the Radford City Sheriff’s Department:
The Radford City Sheriff’s Department would like to extend a helping hand to those in our community who are at greater risk during this time of need. This includes implementing a program that will provide some essential services to the elderly and those unable to maintain basic necessities. This program will include prescription pick up, emergency food and water pick up as well as assistance with any ancillary medical delivery needs (oxygen, diabetic supplies, etc.). These services will be addressed on a case by case basis by calling the Sheriff’s Department directly at (540) 731-5501 or after 5pm at (540) 835-9060.