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Posted on: September 6, 2017

[ARCHIVED] Hurricane Irma Updates for Palm Beach Gardens Recreation

Hurricane Irma

UPDATE as of September 12 at 5pm: The Gardens Tennis Center will reopen on Wednesday, September 13 at 7:30 am with regular hours. The Aquatic Complex will remain closed until further notice. The Lakeside Center will remain closed until further notice; however, all Senior Club activities will be moved to the Burns Road Recreation Center, 4404 Burns Road, beginning Wednesday, September 13 through Friday, September 15. Riverside Youth Enrichment Center will be closed to the public through Friday, September 15. The Burns Road Recreation Center playground has reopened. All other Burns Road Recreation Center activities will resume Wednesday, September 13, as regularly scheduled, unless you have received a class cancellation notice due to instructor difficulties in returning. Please call 630-1100 starting at 8am on Wednesday for more information.

UPDATE:All City of Palm Beach Gardens Recreation facilities will remain closed Tuesday, September 12. 

The Burns Road Recreation Center, Aquatic Complex, Lakeside Center and Tennis Center will be closing at noon on Friday, September 8th, due to preparations for Hurricane Irma. Riverside Youth Enrichment Center and the Skate Park will be closed both Thursday and Friday. All of these facilities will remain closed pending damage assessments and availability of water, electricity and/or staff. Classes and programs that are cancelled and have already been paid for will either have a makeup class in the future or refunds or credits will be issued.

Also, the Gardens Summer GreenMarket at STORE has been cancelled on Sunday, September 10 and BINGO for Adults/Seniors has been cancelled for Monday, September 11.

We will do our best to keep you informed of any updates including website updates, email blasts and voicemail recordings. For questions, please call 561-630-1100 or email

Please stay safe!

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