Parks Information & Reservations
Parks Job Opportunities
Contact Us Online
City of Racine, Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department
Friday, September 22nd (5-9pm) & Saturday, September 23rd (1-6pm).
Come on out to Island Park for a fun time full of good vibes, games, food, music and more!
Join us down on Monument Square as we celebrate Halloween with games, music, contests and more!
Saturday, October 21st from 1PM-3PM.
Our inaugural event in 2019 paved the way for this now annual event!
Where: Cesar Chavez Community Center
Cost: Admission & activities are free; food & merchandise are available for purchase
Juneteenth represents the joy of freedom – the chance for a new beginning!
All activities are free. Food, drink, and vendor merchandise is available for purchase.
Date: TBD 2022 Time: 12 – 8 pm
Where: Dr. John Bryant Community Center
601 Caron Butler Drive Racine
Juneteeth Day page for more information.
Juneteenth represents the joy of freedom-the
for a new beginning.
Unless we expose
the truth about the African-American Slave experience, Americans won’t be truly
Never must we
forget our ancestors’ endurance of one of the worst slave experiences in human
Every American has
benefited from the wealth blacks created through over 300 years of free labor
and Juneteenth allows us to acknowledge that debt.
We celebrate to
encourage every former slave-holding state to follow Texas’ (and Oklahoma’s)
example and make Juneteenth day a state holiday.
Every day in
America blacks are reminded of the legacy of slavery. Juneteenth counters that
by reminding us of the promise of Deliverance.
Even on the
journey to discover who we are, Juneteenth allows us to reflect on where we've
been, where we’re at, and where we are going as a people.
“Never give up
hope” is the legacy our enslaved ancestor left.
It was this legacy that produced Black Heroism in the Civil Rights
era. It is this legacy we celebrate.
To proclaim for
all the world to hear, that human rights must never again become subservient to
History books have
only told a small part of the story: Juneteenth gives us a chance to set
the record straight.
previous daynext daytoday
The Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department mission: to preserve our parks and open spaces and provide essential recreational programs and cultural services in a safe, professional, and friendly manner.
The department manages parks totaling over 1,100 acres, 5 community centers, and many other facilities to provide a wide variety of recreational opportunities.
Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services Department (PRCS)
City Hall Annex Building:
800 Center Street, Room 127
Racine, WI 53403
Office Hours 8:00 a.m. to 4:55 p.m. (Open Lunch Hour)
Monday - Friday
262-636-9131 - PHONE
262-636-9277 - FAX
Contact Us Online
Payment Information: PRCS accepts Visa and Master Card, cash, and checks for all registrations and program payments.
WPRA tickets may only be purchased with Visa or Mastercard, or a cash payment.
Our Activities & Sports Hotline is a recorded message regarding cancellations for softball, volleyball, and basketball. The hotline number is: 637-7678 and is accessible 24 hours. Other league information is available by joining our Facebook groups.
Make A Payment
For more information on making payments:
Find City Services
For more information on city services:
Send Us a Message
Select the link below to offer feedback: