Where is the Community Center located?
We are the building next to Woodhaven City Hall, located at West and Hall Rd.
How can I register for classes?
You can register by mail. There are forms on the back of all our brochures to fill out and send in with the registration fee. You may complete the registration in our brochure and deposit it in the drop box located right outside the Community Center doors. You may also come into our Community Center during our business hours, Monday through Friday 9am to 5 pm to register. The city accepts personal checks and cash. The City Charter does not allow us to accept credit cards or debit cards. You may also register online at http://registration.woodhavenpr.org/. We are now accepting Visa and Mastercard online only.
Always remember to register early. Nothing eliminates a good program quicker than everyone waiting until the last minute to register. If there aren't enough registrations before the class starts, the program may have to be cancelled. This also ensures you a spot for some of our more popular programs.
How many acres of parkland does the city own?
Does the city offer transportation for Senior Citizens of Woodhaven?
Yes, the city does offer our residents, age 55 and over, transportation. Go to our senior page of the web site for more information.
What is the distance of the walk path?
1.64 miles at Civic Center Park
How do I reserve the community center for a wedding or banquet?
You must come into the Community Center, fill out an application for rental. A $100.00 security deposit is due at that time.
How do I reserve the park pavilion?
You must come into the Community Center to reserve the Pavilion. The Park pavilion can be reserved for Friday, Saturday and Sundays and only to Woodhaven Residents. The cost is $40 for 200 people and less and $60 more than 200 people. Reservations for the park pavilion are not accepted until the firstMonday in April, 2010
When do the Recreation Department Brochures of new classes come out? We send out new Brochures 3 times a year. Fall, Winter and Summer.