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A $5 non-refundable handling fee will be deducted from the refund when an enrollee withdraws from a program at least one week prior to the first day of the program. Within one week of the program start date or after rosters are formed, refunds will not be issued. Cancelations for trips must be made at least three weeks prior to the trip date to receive a full refund.
Facility rental refunds may be issued for reservations only when cancelations are made at least 10 business days prior to the date of reservation. There will be a $10 cancellation fee for any shelter or pavilion refund. Cancelations made later than 10 business days prior to the reserved date will result in forfeiture of rental payments.
Yes, Waukee offers 23 miles of winding trails that connect neighborhoods and residents to different parts of the fast-growing city. Waukee supports active pursuits through a comprehensive trail system.
Waukee Parks and Recreation maintains ball fields in three parks, which can be reserved for recreational and competitive teams.
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Senior trips are provided by the Parks & Recreation Department as well as classes and events for adults of all ages. Details are provided in biannual program guides here or by calling 515-978-0007.
The Waukee Public Library offers a variety of programs and events for patrons of all ages. Check the calendar at WaukeePublicLibrary.org.
The Waukee Police Department hosts the Waukee Area Seniors and Police (WASP) group to foster cooperation between law enforcement, senior services and seniors in the community and reduce the criminal victimization of the elderly. Learn more here.
Weather cancellations for weekday evening sports activities will be determined by 4 p.m. Weekend sports activities will be determined by 8 a.m. For other programs and activities participants and parents will be notified by email. Cancelations will be posted on Facebook, Twitter and/or email to participants.
Find open jobs with the City of Waukee at Waukee.org/Jobs. Parks and Recreation has full-time year-round staff and hires hundreds of seasonal workers for the summer months. Sign up for job alerts at Waukee.org/Jobs.
Photos and videos taken of participants and guests in programs, activities, special events and festivals may be used in promotional materials, press releases, the City of Waukee’s website and social media channels.