Registration is now open for the City of Cleveland’s Neighborhood Resource and Recreation Center Fall 2021 programs. In an effort to offer high-quality, interactive programming during the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Cleveland’s Mayor’s Office of Prevention, Intervention and Opportunity for Youth and Young Adults (PIOYYA) and the Division of Recreation will continue to offer virtual and limited in-person activities in our NRRCs. All programs and activities center around six areas: Youth and Adult Education; Job and Career Readiness; Health and Wellness; Youth Leadership Development, Mentorship and Community Service; the Arts; and Sports and Recreation. In addition, each NRRC will continue to offer traditional daily programs and activities. The City of Cleveland will continue to closely monitor COVID-19 data amid the spread of the Delta variant. Please be certain to carefully review the Health and Safety Measures for NRRC Guests section of the guide.
Class sizes for all NRRC programs are limited and early registration is advised. All programs are free.