Please note:  Some information in our brochure has changed due to COVID-19.  Please contact the Maryville Community Center if you have any questions about something specific in our brochure!

Please see below regarding facility updates from Maryville Parks and Recreation - Effective June 1st, 2020

 

 

Phases of opening/easing restrictions:

  • June 1, 2020

    • Open registration of some summer activities (more information will be released as it comes available).  These are the programs we know of at this time:

      • Co-Ed Softball Registration:  Open June 1st – June 19th

      • Adult Sand Volleyball Registration:  Open June 1st – June 22nd

      • Sizzlin’ Hoops Registration:  June 8th – June 26th

    • Begin summer ball practices with modified rules (yet to be determined)

      • MPR has given the green light to play

      • T-Ball and machine pitch:  Practices to begin week of June 8th – Coaches will send more information

      • Baseball:  Practices to begin week of June 8th – Coaches will send more information

      • Softball:  We are still waiting to hear back from the association on our next steps

    • Begin to take reservations (meeting rooms & shelters) for rentals to begin week of June 15

      • Online reservations will remain closed until June 15

    • Open one court of the MCC gym for open play

      • Center court open for Pickleball and basketball SHOOTING only allowed (no pick-up games at this time) except during 10:00am-11:00am Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays for Yoga class

      • East and west courts for fitness classes only

      • 16 years and older age restrictions remain in effect

    • Open all playgrounds and restrooms

 

  • June 15, 2020 (Depending on no more outbreaks or Emergency Orders)

    • Open Aquatic Center for season with limited restrictions

      • Registration for aquatic programming to begin

    • Community Center open with no restrictions

      • Child watch will open back up

      • 16 years and older age restrictions lifted, however new age guidelines for building implemented for children under 13 (more information at the front desk)

    • Rentals/Reservations (meeting rooms & shelters) available with no restrictions

    • Move fitness classes back to respective rooms (TBD)

    • Continue with limited summer programming

 

  • July 1, 2020 (Depending on no more outbreaks or Emergency Orders)

    • Aquatic programming to begin

    • Summer programming to begin or continue

    • All MPR operations back to some sort of normalcy

    • Ballfield reservations available (will not take field reservations prior to)

 

 

Maryville Park Board and MPR Staff strives to provide diverse and memorable experiences within the communities that we serve.  Please respect others while you are enjoying the parks and facilities by following the CDC guidelines to help against the spread of the COVID-19 Virus.

Please know that this has and will continue to be a stressful time for us all, and the Park Board along with MPR Staff greatly appreciates your patience as we all deal with this pandemic.   

Please stay safe.  Maryville Strong!

 

Maryville Park Board

Tim Conn – President, Jeff Ferguson – Vice President, DeAnn Davison – Secretary

Adam Teale, Bryon Grow, Rachelle Wilmes, Kelly Quinlin, Zack Wray, Brian Smail

 

Jeff Stubblefield

Director of Parks and Recreation

City of Maryville, MO 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Maryville Community Center is OPEN!

 

Things might look a little different, and yes there are some changes, but we are happy you are here!!  Keep in mind, we all play a part to reduce the spread of COVID-19!

  • If you are exhibiting ANY signs of illness, please postpone your visit to the MCC!  We are always glad to have you here, however this will assist in the safety of all patrons and staff.

 

  • Once you get to the front desk, let us know your name and we will grab your card for you.  For your safety, we will not keep cards at the front desk moving forward.  We have provided you with a lanyard to help you keep track of your card wherever you take it.

 

  • Prior to your workout, please help us out by filling out a quick waiver at the front desk (this is a one-time thing, once we have it on file you are good to go!)

 

  • We are not requiring you to wear masks in the building, but you are welcome to if you would like!

 

  • PLEASE help us and the safety of others by wiping down the machines when you are finished!  We will have staff monitoring the building throughout the day to help wipe down highly touched and trafficked areas as well.  During this time, we can’t have too much cleaning!

 

  • Hand sanitizer stations are located throughout the building for your convenience.

 

  • There will be NO child watch at this time.  We will put notification out when we open it

 

  • Patrons 16 years and older allowed in the building by themselves at this time!  Anyone under that age must be under the supervision of an adult.

 

  • The gym courts are closed at this time, and fitness classes only will be taking place in that area.  The walking track, cardio, and weight rooms are open for you to use! 

 

Please be patient with staff and others around you.  Please be positive and KIND!  We are all dealing with things as best as possible in these uncertain times.  Thank you for visiting us and your continued support of Maryville Parks and Recreation!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maryville Parks and Recreation offers a variety of services and activities to residents and visitors. We maintain 10 parks, which offer organized and open areas for recreation, picnicking, kite flying, and children’s play as well as shelters, which are utilized for planned group programs, birthdays, baby showers, community meetings, and their outdoor amenities. In addition, community residents also enjoy the use of our Community Center, which holds a 3 court gymnasium, weight room, and aerobic room. Residents also enjoy the use of our and seven lane, zero depth entry Aquatic Center, along with the spray features, slides, and diving boards.

Along with our fine parks and facilities, Parks and Recreation organizes many events for outside organizations but has also hosted several community events including Concerts in the Park and Winter Wonderland.  We invite you to explore our website and Experience MPR with us!

Register for Activities or Reserve a Shelter Online!

To provide experiences through parks and recreation that enrich our communities.

 

Maryville Parks and Recreation strives to provide diverse and memorable experiences within the communities that we serve. Whether it is at community events, youth and adult sports leagues, becoming one with nature, or improving ones health at one of our fine facilities, Maryville Parks and Recreation continues to provide opportunities that enrich the quality of life in our community that lasts a lifetime.

 
 
 
 
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Vision
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To become the provider of choice in parks and recreation within the communities we serve.

The three primary focus areas to achieve this vision are:

1. Participation

Maryville Parks and Recreation commits to continually reach out to the community, seeking input to identify valid park, recreation services, and facility needs.

2. Open Space

Maryville Parks and Recreation commits to strike a balance between maintaining its facilities and preserving open space within the existing urban environment.

3. Partnerships

Maryville Parks and Recreation commits to build partnerships that are of civic priority, fiscally responsible and enhance the community.

MARYVILLE PARKS & RECREATION
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Maryville Community Center
1407 N. Country Club Rd
Suite 200, Maryville, MO 64468
Phone:  660.562.2923
Fax:  660.562.3729
Maryville Aquatic Center
502 N Laura St
Maryville, MO 64468
Phone:  660-562-2663
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