New Milford Parks and Recreation
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  • Registration for the 2022 Co-ed Softball Season is Now Open!
    The season begins Sun., Sept. 11, 2022.
    Full information and details can be found on our softball webpage.
  •                                                           Lynn Deming Pass Sales 
    * Season passes - New Milford Residents Only
    * Day passes - Per person, Per day.
    * Alcohol is strictly Prohibited!

    * Payment by cash, check or Visa/MasterCard (non-refundable 3% processing fee applies)

    Season Passes 
    Sales at Lynn Deming Park only, 134 Candlewood Lake Road North. (Not available for purchase online or at the Park and Rec. Office):
    May 28, 2022 - Sept. 5, 2022 ~ Mon. - Sun., 7:30 am - 7:30 pm 
    * New Milford residents only.
    * Vehicle specific and non-transferable.

    * Vehicles must be present and registered in the applicants’ name.
    * Must show two proofs of New Milford residency (driver's license, car registration, mortgage, property lease agreement = 1 year minimum, utility bill, cell phone bill or tax bill)

    General Vehicle......................... $65
    Additional Vehicle...................... $45 (same household)
    Military Veteran......................... $45 (1 discounted stick w/DD214 or Military ID)
    Senior Vehicle........................... $20 (1 per household)
    Boat Ramp.............................. $140 (Boat must be present and have a CT registration. Vehicle pass sold separately)

    Day passes 
    Sales at NM Parks & Rec. office only,  2 Pickett District Road. (Not available for purchase online or at Lynn Deming Park):

    June 1st - Sept. 5th ~ Mon. - Fri. only, 8:00 am - 3:30 pm.  
    * Day passes are per person, per day.
    * One time use only.
    * Valid for 7 days from date of purchase.

    New Milford Resident ...... $10 per person/per day (limit 4 per week)
    Non-resident .................. $30 per person/per day

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Welcome to New Milford Parks & Recreation

New Milford Parks and Recreation is proud to provide you with our activity registration system and website. To get started please create an account with all your household information. The data provided (emergency contacts, medical information, etc.) will help us better serve you. This info will also be automatically placed into your registration forms.

When you’re ready to start registering for activities, be sure to review the "How to Register for an Activity" page.
Please Note: Credit Card (Debit Card) processing fees are charged via third party, unrelated to our program fees and non-refundable.  All other fees and league deposits for youth, teen, adult & family programs are non-refundable unless a program is canceled.  If a program is canceled, an account credit will be placed to your account unless a refund request is submitted in writing. A $25 processing fee will be charged for all returned checks. If false information is given on a registration form, you may be asked to leave the program with no refund.

For your convenience, we have a secure drop box located on the pole next to our front doors of the semi-circular driveway! (see image below)
 
Parks & Recreation Director: Daniel Calhoun
Office Phone:  860-355-6050   FAX-860-355-6052
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30am-4:00pm
E-mail: parkandrec@newmilford.org
 
Please mail any forms and all applicable fees or
use the secure drop box located next to the front door of our building.

New Milford Parks & Recreation Department
John Pettibone Community Center
2 Pickett District Road
New Milford, CT 06776-3526
 
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Our Mission

The mission of the New Milford Parks and Recreation Department is to provide quality leisure opportunities in a safe and healthy atmosphere and to enhance the quality of life of the community through the responsible management of parks, recreation activities and natural resources. To meet these ends, the Parks and Recreation Department attempts to provide safe and wholesome recreational services of both a passive and active nature. Our goal is to create a balance of activities, special events and programs for any and all segments of the population.