To receive Resident rates, you need a South Suburban photo ID. To get a South Suburban ID, bring in a proof of residency, such as a current photo ID with in-District address printed on the front. If the address is not printed on the front, then a second form of proof is required: a bill (Xcel, phone, etc.) mailed directly to you; or a lease, rental agreement or property tax statement showing your in-District address.
Other South Suburban facilities that can process walk in and phone in registrations include: Buck Recreation Center, Lone Tree Recreation Center and Family Sports Center.
Registration staff can also answer questions about classes, programs and special events; as well as questions regarding Resident status and rates.