In honor of the Independence Day Holiday on July 4, the Recreation Centers of Sun City West will be closing some offices on Monday, July 5.
Membership, Box Office, Administration, and Golf Operations will be closed on July 5. The R.H. Johnson Library will be closed as usual that Monday.
The Sports Pavilion will be closed on Sunday, July 4, but will be open Monday, July 5, with regular hours of 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. All Sun City West golf courses will be open for regular business hours, with the exception of Stardust and Trail Ridge. Stardust is currently closed for summer maintenance projects while Trail Ridge will be closed for summer maintenance projects beginning July 5.
All four recreation centers will be open for regular business hours of 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Members needing to put guest credits on their account are invited to call Member Services before the holiday weekend at 623-544-6100, or any day of the week at any open golf pro shop. Member Services, 19803 R.H. Johnson Blvd., is open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays but is closed on holidays. Guest fee is $5 for those 18 years and older, $3.50 for under 18 years old.
Members may pay for a guest on the day of their visit, for that day only, at the various monitor stations, using Visa, MasterCard or Discover. No cash is accepted at those locations.
Rec Centers staff and Governing Board members wish our residents and guests a safe and happy holiday.
Question: Who is in charge of the bricked section of the Meeker Blvd.? Looks like there is a small section of damaged bricks right before the railroad tracks and Grand Ave. intersection. It looks terrible and it has looked terrible for quite a few months. Thank you.
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I don’t understand what that comment is about.
The persons who “Constantly” work on the train barriers drove over those bricks almost a year ago!
I believe one of their service vehicles used the divider as the shortest route to make an “Illegal” U-turn.
I do believe MCDOT is responsible for the roads and good luck getting thru to them!
You see them all around SCW tearing up our sidewalks and putting in all those new “Trip and Fall” cross walks.
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Good Luck.. 😉
Guest fee should be based on our cost to manage and maintain our facilities. Children under 18 present a greater risk and should have professional adult supervision. $3.50 is a joke. Look at our insurance premiums to start. $5.00 for everyone. Anything bad happens, the property owner is always sued first, not the parents (or grandparents).
COVID DANGER TO SENIORS. Children and especially young adults present to greatest risk to seniors getting COVID. NO GUEST PERMIT UNLESS PROOF OR COVID SHOTS!!! NO admission to the pools or bowling alley.
ALL RENTERS, they are transients, present a risk to seniors. All Renters must present proof of COVID shots.
We have a Governor who is more concerned about the casinos, strip joints, resorts, and piggy investors then the safety of seniors.