Parks & Rec

Broomball Schedule Changes

Men's League

February 11th Revised Schedule

 TEAM              VS.            TEAM                        TIME

Liquor Pigs    vs.        The Storm                  6,7 p.m.

Pitchmen        vs.        Dozers                       8:00 p.m.

Piranhas         vs.        Buffalo WW              9:00 p.m.

Springbrook Nature Center Job Opportunities

Summer job opportunities now available.  Call 763-572-3588 for more information.

Boot hockey - Schedule Changes/Make-up Games


Make-up Games for Sunday, February 10th will be made up on Sunday February 17th

February 17th

Pink Sox vs. Gunners 12noon

Ben Skulls vs. Ace Supply Inc 1:00 p.m.

Lakeland vs. District 281 All Stars 2:00 p.m.

Job & Volunteer Opportunities

 We are currently accepting applications for the below positions!  

Recreation Leaders and Instructors needed for the following programs...Job Opp 2-10

  • Elementary After-school Programs at Hayes and Stevenson Elementary Schools.
    • 3:30 - 5:30 p.m. Monday - Friday. 1-4 days per week.
  • ZONE Middle School After-school Program at the Fridley Community Center.
    • 3:00 - 6:00 p.m. Monday - Friday and 6:00 - 10:00 p.m. Friday Night.
  • Birthday Parties at the ZONE in the Fridley Community Center.
    • As scheduled from 1:00 - 10:00 p.m. on Saturdays and 1:00 - 6:00 p.m. on Sundays.
  • Tuesday Evening and Saturday Morning Pre-school Sport Classes.

Application:

To apply for a position with the Parks and Recreation Department please complete an application and return it to 6431 University Ave. NE, Fridley, MN 55432 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Download our application here:  job application(PDF) or job application (Word Version).

 

General Job Info:

The City of Fridley Park & Recreation Department has many part time jobs and volunteer opportunities throughout the year.  Below is a listing of some of the job openings we may have available.  Please contact us at 763-572-3570 for current opportunities.  (Minimum age requirement: 16) 

Instructor I

Do you have experience in sports, arts and crafts, science and nature, creative dramatics, or cooking? We need enthusiastic people to teach pre-school and elementary age youth the basic skills in a variety of areas for weekend, evening or after-school programs. Examples of an Instructor I: Elementary After-School program, ROCKS, Sports activities (t-ball, basketball). Hourly wage: $9.20 - $9.96

Assistant Youth Instructor

This position is for Rec Leaders just starting out. They provide support to the Instructor I in leadership, supervision, and instruction. Hourly wage: $8.00 - $8.27

Instructor Specialist II

Teaches a group (youth or adult) a specific recreation activity or skill at an advanced level. One year of experience teaching in related program area is required. Examples: Tennis, Aerobics, Dance, Gymnastics. Hourly wage: $16.17 - $17.50

Instructor Specialist I

Provides support to the Instructor Specialist II in leadership, supervision, and instruction. Participation in related program area, and some teaching experience desired. Examples: Tennis, Aerobics, Dance, Gymnastics. Hourly wage: $12.13 - $13.13

Youth Worker I

Plans and promotes a diversified summer recreation program to include crafts, low organized games, team games, sports, nature, co-educational recreation, and special events for youth in grades K-8. Examples: Playgrounds, CHILL, Special Events. Hourly wage: $8.25 - $8.93

Youth Worker II

Are you age 18 or older? Do you enjoy hanging out with youth in grades 5-8? We are looking for individuals with experience in leadership, customer service, teamwork and problem solving to supervise our teen center weekdays 3:00 – 6:00 p.m. and/or Friday evenings 6:00 p.m. – 10:30 p.m. Workers will plan, promote and implement a variety of activities and special events including crafts, low organized games, team games, sports, and special events. Must be 18 years of age. Hourly wage: $9.02 - $9.76

Basketball Scorekeepers

Operates the electronic scoreboard for adult league games; accurately completes scorebook, and puts away equipment at the end of the night. Hourly wage: $9.26 - $10.02

Facility Supervisor I

Supervises the assigned facility, maintaining the safety of participants, and resolving conflicts. Examples: Gym Supervisor, Rink Attendant. Hourly wage: $8.41 - $9.10

Facility Supervisor II

Supervises the assigned facility, and the program being held. Responsible for the efficiency and quality of the organized program or activity including problem solving and customer service. Required to set-up and put away equipment for the program. Example: Softball/Football Facility Supervisor Hourly wage: $9.57 - $10.36

Contact us:

Recreation Office: 763-572-3570 - 6431 University Avenue NE

 

Rentals

The City of Fridley has many facilities that can be rented for parties, events and tournaments.  Click on the links below for more information.

Picnic Shelters

Athletic Fields

Showmobile

Garden Plots

 

Contact us:

Recreation Office: 763-572-3570 - 6431 University Avenue NE

 

Parks & Trails

The City of Fridley has many Parks and Trails for you to enjoy.  Click on the links below for more information.

Park System Map

Bikeways/Walkways

Springbrook Nature Center

Commons Park

Moore Lake Beach

Community Park

Garden Plots

Skating Locations

Park Regulations

 

Contact us:

Recreation Office: 763-572-3570 - 6431 University Avenue NE

 

Adult Activities

The City of Fridley offers many fun activities for adults.  Please click on the links below for more program information.

 

Sport Leagues

Fitness Programs

Adult Enrichment

Contact us:

Recreation Office: 763-572-3570 - 6431 University Avenue NE

Adult Program Coordinator:  763-572-3576 - 6431 University Avenue NE

WinterFest

The 2013 Winter Festival will be held on Saturday, January 26th from 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. at Fridley Commons Park and the Fridley Community Center.    

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Fridley Senior Dining

diningHot meals are served Monday-Friday at 12 noon at the Fridley Community Center, 6085 - 7th Street NE. A donation of $3.50 is requested for all seniors. Those under the age of 60 will be charged $6.50. Menus are published in the Fridley Senior News. Reservations can be made by calling 763-502-5199 between 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. (2 days in advance).

Click here  for the current menu.

 

Location:

The City of Fridley Senior Program office is located in the Fridley Community Center at 6085 7th Street NE, Fridley, MN 55432 View Map.

Contact us:

Senior (older adult) Activities: 763-502-5150 - 6085 7th Street NE.

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