Thank you for being a loyal patron of South Suburban Parks and Recreation!
South Suburban's Fall sale is on! Stock up on punches, personal training and private Reformer. The sale runs September 13-27, and is valid at Buck, Goodson, Lone Tree and Sheridan recreation centers.
Workout with your favorite instructors from the comfort of your home with South Suburban’s new virtual fitness class pass.
With 16 options throughout the week, you can choose your favorites or try something new. Classes include the slow-paced practice of Yin Yoga, a heart-healthy Active Adult Cardio, the holistic blend of dance and martial arts called Nia, and many more. Of course, you can always liven up your living room workout with Zumba or Zumba Gold.
South Suburban Parks and Recreation (SSPR) will hold the first public hearing on its 2021 budget on Wednesday, August 26, at 7 p.m. at the Goodson Recreation Center. The Board of Directors will outline SSPR's major goals and priorities for next year, and citizens can provide input on desired projects and budget priorities. Masks are required to enter the facility.
For the 11th consecutive year, South Suburban Park and Recreation District’s finance department has been nationally recognized for outstanding governmental budgeting by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA).
On Friday, July 10, a fire occurred on the roof of the Buck Recreation Center. Fortunately, there were no injuries and only minimal structural damage to the facility. However, smoke damage is prevalent, forcing the recreation center to be closed for an undetermined amount of time.
In June, South Suburban’s Public Art Committee installed three new sculptures, which are part of the District’s Art-on-Loan program at Goodson Recreation Center. The new and unique sculptures are located in Goodson’s courtyard and main entrance.
South Suburban Park and Recreation District’s (SSPRD) new interactive trails, and parks and facilities maps provide a more robust experience and offer easy access to SSPRD’s amenities. The maps allow users more functionality and customization than ever before via their mobile or desktop device.
South Suburban Parks and Recreation (SSPR) has announced it will open several indoor and outdoor facilities and amenities in compliance with the local and state health orders beginning this weekend.
Get moving and enjoy the outdoors by signing up for one of South Suburban’s new outdoor group fitness classes starting in June. While our recreation centers remain close due COVID-19, we want to keep our community active and healthy with some of your favorite classes like Power Plus, Reb3L Strength, Zumba, Yoga, Nia and more.