Parks & Recreation

Teresa Roth, Director of Parks & Rec.

The Village of North Syracuse Parks & Recreation Department strives to provide quality recreational, educational and social programming for residents of all ages.

The department oversees 8 parks and a community center, making it one of the most extensive park systems for a village its size in the northeast. Each park displays its own individuality while still showcasing the area’s beauty.
Our office is open daily from 8:30 am to 4pm.
Call: 458-8050



JoAnne Baker, Admin. Assistant

Seasonal Programs & Events:

Holiday Parade & Tree Lighting
Easter Egg Hunt – Bunny Breakfast
Halloween Party
Earth Day Celebration
Driver’s Safety Courses
Family Festival
Adult Basketball
Summer Concert series
Summer Playground program
Summer Swim Lessons
Senior Citizen bus trips
Dog Obedience Training Classes                              Summer Water Polo
Yoga Program 

Summer Recreation Programs

Click summer 2013 flyer to view our summer program flyer.  For questions, contact the parks office at 458-8050.

Summer Staff:

Casey Wilmer – Program Assistant
Danielle Luckenbaugh – Heritage Park Playground Director
Courtney Kruger – Lonergan Park Playground Director
Steve Tuttle - Head Lifeguard

For more information or to inquire about renting the community center, please contact us at 458-8050 Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm.


Our Parks

Centerville Park – 609 South Bay Road Basketball Court, Sledding Hill, Playground Heritage Park – 322 Chestnut Street New Disc Golf Course (9 hole that plays like 27 holes), Basketball Court, Tennis Courts, Softball Fields, Walking Trail, Large Pavilion, Playground Kennedy Park – 114 Grove Street Swimming Pool, Picnic, Pavilion Facilities, Playground and Volleyball Court …

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Summer Programs & Flyer

The 2014 Summer Program Flyer will be available in early May.  To see last summer’s flyer, click summer 2013 flyer. Summer Day Camp Information and Sign Up Forms for 2014 to be available in the spring. The Program will be very similar to last year’s.  To view last summer’s camp forms, click  2013 Camp reg forms.

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