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Master Plan 2021

WHAT IS YOUR VISION FOR OUR PARKS?

Make your voice heard by participating in one of our Community Open Houses. Your input will help guide park improvements throughout the community for the next five years as part of our Parks & Recreation Master Plan.
The City of Southfield evaluates its parks and recreational programs every five years to ensure it is providing citizen with the necessary and desired facilities, programs and staff for the highest level of recreation experiences. The information is then compiled into the Parks & Recreation Master Plan.
If you can't make it to one of the Community Open House events you can submit your input via the Community Survey online by clicking the button below or pick up a copy of the survey to complete and bring back at the Parks & Recreation Office at the Municipal Campus (26000 Evergreen Road) or Beech Woods Recreation Center (22200 Beech Road).

Take the Community Survey Here!
Mask Up Southfield
In accordance with the City of Southfield’s updated mask policy taking effect on Tuesday, October 12, all individuals, regardless of vaccination status, are required to wear a face mask (fully covering nose and mouth) before entering any city office or facility.
A Walk in the Parks -October 21
A Walk in the Parks
Thursday, October 21 9 am
Civic Center Park, meet in front of the Parks & Recreation Building
Call the Parks & Recreation Information Desk at (248) 796-4620 (9 am-5 pm) for more details.
Fall Fest - Oct 20
Fall Fest
Wednesday, October 20 from 1-3 pm at the Mary Thompson Farm,
Tickets are $10/Resident ($15/non-resident)
Featuring cider, donuts and apples to get you in a fall mood plus live entertainment from Ron Ellman and Michael Talley.
Call Senior Services at 248-796-4650 for more information
Boo at the Burgh - Fri., Oct. 22
Boo at the Burgh
Friday, October 22
Tickets are $5/Resident ($10/non-resident) One adult must be present per family. Everyone must purchase a ticket.
Four, 30-minute time slots to choose from:
5:30-6 pm
6:15-6:45 pm
7-7:30 pm
7:45-8:15 pm
Boo at the Burgh - Sat., Oct. 23
Boo at the Burgh
Saturday, October 23
Tickets are $5/Resident ($10/non-resident) One adult must be present per family. Everyone must purchase a ticket.
Six, 30-minute time slots available:
3:30-4 pm
4:15-4:45 pm
5-5:30 pm
6:30-7 pm
7:15-7:45 pm
8-8:30 pm
Open Skate at the Southfield Sports Arena
Call 248-796-4640 for more details.
Book & Boo - Sun, Oct. 31
Book & Boo
Sunday, October 31
Tickets are $5/Resident ($10/non-resident) One adult must be present per family. Everyone must purchase a ticket.
Five, 30-minute time slots:
1-1:30 pm
1:45-2:15 pm
2:30-3 pm
3:15-3:45 pm
4-4:30 pm

Southfield Residents Can Purchase Discounted Detroit Zoo Tickets

We are excited to announce that Southfield Parks & Recreation has joined the Detroit Zoo's Tickets & More Online Discount Program! You may buy specially priced tickets for the Detroit Zoo over the Internet with the added convenience of printing your tickets and then presenting them at the Zoo entrance. Purchasing tickets has never been easier!

You may purchase tickets online immediately by visiting your exclusive Detroit Zoo Tickets & More Discount Online Program ticket store in either of the following ways:

1: Click on our special Detroit Zoo link https://tickets.detroitzoo.org/affiliate.asp?ID=0F8E5784-1B1F-4FDE-8B69-108A9B125D7E This link will take you directly to our special "store" site without the need to enter a password.

2: You can also reach the site by going to https://tickets.detroitzoo.org and enter our exclusive Ticket Store User Name: Southfield parks and recreation

 

Please note: If you wish to visit the Polk Penguin Conservation Center, you will need to get a free, timed-entry pass. Passes are available on a first-come, first-served basis at main admissions gate only. We hope you and your family enjoy the Detroit Zoo this season! If you have any questions concerning the Detroit Zoo ticket program please call us at (248) 796-4620.