Check out this article from the Hood River News on the Indian Creek Trail.
The District is soliciting proposals from qualified individuals and companies to provide financing consulting services to the District in connection with the establishment and assessment of system development charges (“SDCs”). SDCs are fees that are collected when new development occurs in the District and these fees are ultimately used to fund the cost of parks and recreation infrastructure needed to serve that new development or increases in the use of real property within the District. The District has determined that these fees are necessary to provide adequate funding for growth-related capital improvements vital to maintaining the District’s parks and related services. (Reference: ORS 223.297 to 223.314)
For a detailed description of the RFP, click here.
Check out our new website! We are excited to announce that you can now register for swim lessons and the party room online. When you click on the swim lesson or party room link, you will be required to create an account that will allow you to register for our programs online. If you have questions, please call 541-386-1303, and our front desk staff will be happy to guide you through the process.
The Aquatic Center will be closed for annual maintenance from Tuesday, September 2 through Friday evening, September 12 at 6:3o. We will reopen at 6:30pm Friday, Sept. 12 at 6:30pm until 8pm for $1 swim.
Sign up now for fall swim lessons. Lessons are held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings for three weeks. You can now register online for swim lessons! You will be required to create a login account, if you have not already done so. Click here to browse through our fall swim lesson schedule.
This document thoroughly describes current recreational facilities in the Parks District.
Outdoor recreation opportunities are available all over Hood River County. See MAP for routes, trails and parks.
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