Residents are encouraged to limit watering lawns immediately. For more information, visit ouc.com/waterinfo.
For updated information on coronavirus/COVID-19, visit orlando.gov/covid19.
Families, Parks and Recreation Department manages more than locations to serve you throughout the city, including parks, neighborhood centers, senior centers, After-School All-Star locations, special facilities and trails.
Providing citizens with places to enjoy green space, gardens, lakes and more.
The Recreation Division offers the citizens of Orlando quality recreational, fitness, cultural, and educational facilities and programs. The goal of the division is to meet the recreational interests and needs of the growing community, while providing high quality service.
The City of Orlando Athletics Division operates 14 athletic fields that host youth and adult sports throughout the city.
The City of Orlando Aquatics division operates 11 pools throughout the City. A variety of aquatic programs are offered for ages 6-months and older.
The City of Orlando’s Recreation Division offers a wide array of programs throughout the year for youth including After School All Stars, School Vacation Days Camps, Summer Camp Programs and the Parramore Kidz Zone.
The City of Orlando’s Senior programs strive to provide quality recreational, educational and social programs to promote wellness and lifelong learning, while keeping seniors active and engaged in their community.
The Orlando Community & Youth Trust, Inc. is a non-profit organization created to support the mission of the City of Orlando Department of Families, Parks, and Recreation (FPR). Programs and activities funded by the Trust enhance the quality of life for youth, families and senior citizens living in the City of Orlando.
The mission of Orlando Kidz Zones is to level the playing field for children in the city’s highest poverty neighborhoods by equipping them to become successful, healthy and well-educated adults.
Lisa Early, Director