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The City of Kingman is conducting a citizen survey to help improve city operations. In October, a survey was mailed to a random selection of 1,600 resident households.  The survey is now available online to all residents.  Log in to http://bit.ly/kingmanaz2018survey by Monday, December 10th to give your input!  

 

Pursuant to the Responsible Sales and Use Tax Act (Proposition 413) approved by the City of Kingman voters on November 6, 2018, the City of Kingman’s Model City Tax Code will be amended to reflect a 1% decrease in the transaction privilege and use tax rate among most categories effective January 1, 2019. Click here for more information.

The Kingman Parks and Recreation Department provides residents with a wide variety of life-enriching classes, special events, trips, athletic opportunities and workshops. We strive to provide our community with safe, clean, pleasing park facilities that will meet the recreational needs of the entire community.

News & Announcements

2019 Spring Brochure arrives in office on January 7, 2019

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Upcoming Trips, Activities and Events

Santa’s Calling
Register by Friday, December 7

Santa and his North Pole Elves will be calling your child this holiday season after completing the Santa’s Calling Form. Santa’s Calling is for children 3 to 9 years who would like to receive a call from Santa or one of his helpers. Children should be able to communicate with Santa or his elves during a phone call (adult help is okay). Forms will be available at City Hall, the Recreation Department, and through local schools beginning November 12. Forms must be completed by a parent or guardian. You may return the form to any of our Red North Pole Mailboxes located at City Hall, Centennial Park Recreation Department, and Fire Station #3 off of Gordon. All forms must be returned by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, December 7; mailboxes will be collected and returned to the North Pole. Calls will be placed between November 26-December 21 (no choice of calling date).
Santa is looking for volunteers to assist with calls, so if you’re interested and can help Santa, please call the North Pole Hotline at 757-7919.

Letters to Santa
Attention all kids! Santa’s Elves are here and will be delivering your Christmas Greetings personally to the North Pole from November 12 to December 7. Santa has promised to return a letter to every boy & girl who writes him. To receive a letter from Santa, senders must send a letter to Santa and provide a self-addressed stamped envelope. Your letters can be deposited in the holiday mailbox located at the Parks & Rec. Office or mailed to the address below; please allow 2 weeks for delivery. Note: this is NOT a “presents or gift receiving” program.
Kingman Parks & Recreation
c/o North Pole
3333 Harrison St.
Kingman, AZ 86409
 
Breakfast with Santa
Join the Kingman Parks & Recreation at Golden Corral this year for Breakfast with Santa and Mrs. Claus. Come in your pajamas or all dressed up; either way you will want to bring your camera for a great photo opportunity. Pick up your meal discount voucher at the Parks & Recreation Office (3333 Harrison St.) Monday – Friday between 8:00-5:00 p.m. Starting November 26 through December 7, (excluding Thanksgiving); you only need 1 voucher per family. Vouchers will NOT be available the day of the event so pick one up early! Any further questions please call Beth Matthews at 692-3109.
Date: Saturday, December 8
Time: 8:00-10:00 a.m.
Ages: ALL
Cost: TBD Children (4–12 years)
TBD Adults (13+ years) 
Pick up discount voucher at Kingman Parks & Recreation Nov. 26 – Dec. 7
Location:      Golden Corral – 3580 Stockton Hill Rd

The 18th Annual Kingman Polar Bear Plunge 
Tuesday, January 1st, 2019
12:00 p.m. @ Centennial Pool 3333 Harrison St., Kingman AZ

The “Plunge” is now seventeen years and counting with participation increasing each year. What started out as a fun challenge has blossomed into a full scale specialty event to begin the New Year! The “Plunge” is open to anyone interested in starting off their new year in a “chilling” way by braving the near freezing waters of Centennial Pool. Several unknown prizes await brave swimmers at the bottom of the pool. The “Plunge” is FREE for everyone. Warm showers await all dippers at the events conclusion. The “Plunge” will take place at exactly Noon on New Year’s Day, not a minute before or after the hour… The plunge is usually over within minutes so don’t be late!
Note: The brisk water temperatures may not be suitable for everyone. If you have a heart condition or history of heart related problems, the Polar Bear Plunge may not be the activity for you to participate in. If unsure that the shock of cold water may be harmful to your health you should consult your physician prior to participating. All plungers do so at their own risk.

EventDate/Time
06/15/2018 6:00 PM
05/19/2018 7:45 AM - 7:00 PM

Directory

Name Phone
Main Office Phone # 757-7919
Mike Meersman
Director/Golf Superintendent
692-3105
Yvonne Cossio
Recreation Superintendent
692-3111
Guy Reynolds
Parks Superintendent
757-1705
Ryan Fruhwirth
Recreation Coordinator
(sports, classes & special events)
692-3113
Beth Matthews
Recreation Coordinator
(classes, trips, aquatics & special events)
692-3109

Facilities

Facility Phone
Centennial Pool
(Seasonal Only: May-August)
757-7910
Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course 753-6593
Downtown Pool
(Seasonal Only: May-August)
753-8155

For community organizations numbers, please visit the Informational Numbers page.