Connect to City Parks: http://www.sapulpaparks.org

 

GET YOUR FUN IN THE SAPULPA SUMMER SUN… The Sapulpa Aquatic Center Opens its 3rd Season on Saturday, May 26. 

There’s Still Time To Get Your “Early Bird” Discounts On Season Passes and Enrollment For Youth Swim Lessons!  

Healthy Parks  +  Healthy Lifestyles  =  Healthy Communities.  “We know that the leisure activities you and your family take part in are based on your individual needs and desires.  We also know that your choices are based on “quality” as much as they are on your preferences.  Sapulpa Parks is dedicated to providing you with quality parks and recreation experiences.  That’s why we are always looking for your feedback as well as your support.  We are constantly striving to, not only make “your” Community Parks and Recreation System better, but to better tailor it to fit your specific needs.  Your input is highly valuable.  It is a critical component in the process of helping us continue to learn more and more about our Community’s changing leisure needs, so that we can correctly respond and meet those needs. That’s why we have started a new “open forum” section on our full web site.  I hope it will be a place you visit often.  It is a place you can talk to us about anything you like.  Is there something you think we can improve upon? Do you have an idea that would help us do that?  Maybe you’d like to compliment us on something we are doing well, or volunteer to make a difference in your Community?  When you take time out of your busy schedule to share your thoughts and tell us about your Sapulpa parks and recreation experiences, it will pay dividends back to you as you will have empowered us to better serve you!  So, welcome to the new Sapulpa Parks & Recreation Department web site.  You’re only a click away now!  Check it out, and if there’s ever anything you cannot find or want to say to us, please never ever hesitate to contact me at 918-227-5151or e-mail me at jwaytula@cityofsapulpa.net.”

 Don’t forget to
Get Out And Play EVERY Day!  -

John M. Waytula,
Director of Parks & Recreation.  
Parks Make Life Better.  

 

 

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