The Parks and Recreation Facility Use Form is required if you wish to reserve a Parks & Recreation facility (ex.: Charter House gymnasium or Shenandoah County Park shelter or community space at the Historic Courthouse) and must be accompanied by payment in full. Rates are listed on the form.
This multi-page form is required to be completed in full if you wish to reserve a facility owned by the School Board. Once complete, this form will be processed and you will be notified if your request has been accepted or denied. Third Party requests will be handled on a “first-come, first-serve” basis; school and parks and recreation activities take precedence.
For mail-in, fax-in, or in-person registration, please use the activity registration form. All fields should be completed, and the release must be signed. Registrations will not be accepted if they are not accompanied by payment in full. Click here to register online!
You may mail-in, fax-in, or bring in your form to the parks and recreation office. Be sure to read the refund policies at the top of the form before submitting your request; if additional paperwork is required, please be sure to attach it to the refund request form.
The “Punky” Riley Scholarship Program was originally established to ensure that all County youth would be able to participate in Shenandoah County Parks and Recreation’s programs and events, and the program was recently updated by Shenandoah County Parks and Recreation to allow more people to participate in the scholarship process. The Fund was established in the name of the late Wilbur O. “Punky” Riley, who was a huge supporter of youth parks and recreation programs.
Shenandoah County Parks & Recreation produces a quarterly program brochure which is distributed via direct mail to over 17,600 households in Shenandoah County. The department has an advertising program in place and just updated its advertising info for 2016. If you or your business would be interested in getting more info., click on the form and you’ll see our rates, ad sizes, ad schedule, and more. Think about taking a full contract for the year; you’ll save on the quarterly ad rate!