Community Invited to Town Hall Forums to Discuss the Future of Youth Sports

Virginia Beach Parks & Recreation is hosting 8 forums, where the results of the Youth Sports Community Survey will be shared

Friday, July 08, 2016

​Virginia Beach Parks & Recreation is inviting the community to town hall-style meetings to discuss the future of recreational youth sports in our City. The Sports Management unit​ of Parks & Recreation is hosting eight open forums at different locations around the City to discuss what future recreational youth sports opportunities citizens want; what goals parents have for their children participating in sports; and what level of competition the community prefers in recreational youth sports. The department will also share the results of the recent Youth Sports Community Survey that was conducted several months ago, and answer any questions. 

Below are the dates, times, and locations for the Youth Sports public meetings.

Monday, July 11     6:30 pm     Princess Anne Middle School (Auditorium)
Wednesday, July 13     6:30 pm     Landstown Middle School (Auditorium)
Monday, July 18     6:30 pm     Bayside Recreation Center (Rooms 1 & 2)
Wednesday, July 20     6:30 pm     Cox High School (Auditorium)
Monday, July 25     6:30 pm     Kempsville Middle School (Auditorium)
Wednesday, July 27     6:30 pm     Princess Anne Middle School (Auditorium)
Monday, August 8     6 pm     Meyera E. Oberndorf Central Library (Auditorium)
Wednesday, August 10     6:30 pm     Bayside Recreation Center (Rooms 1 & 2)

Virginia Beach Parks & Recreation is dedicated to promoting healthy lifestyles and ensuring all residents - regardless of their physical, social and economic circumstances - can access programs. The engagement and support of partner volunteer recreation associations, parents, coaches, players, and citizens is vital for Parks & Recreation’s youth sports programs. The department is working together with the community to continue shaping the future of recreational youth sports for our children.

About Virginia Beach Parks & Recreation 

Virginia Beach Parks & Recreation strives to promote healthy lifestyles and protect the City’s coastal environment, as well as to ensure all residents – regardless of their physical, social and economic circumstances – can access Parks & Recreation programs. The department’s vision is a balanced, sustainable and value-focused system of parks, recreation and public spaces that create a sense of community. Virginia Beach Parks & Recreation is accredited by CAPRA, the certifying agency of the National Recreation and Park Association. For more info, visit VBgov.com/parks or call (757) 385-1100 (TTY: 757-711 Virginia Relay). Sign up for Parks & Rec email newsletters at VBgov.com/eNews. Find us on Facebook at facebook.com/VBparksrec​


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