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Posted on: February 10, 2023

Centennial Commons Recreation Facility Extended Hours

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Beginning Mon., Mar. 6, Centennial Commons Recreational Facility will have extended facility hours, Monday through Friday from 5:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturdays 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Currently, the indoor elevated track and cardio area are the only areas available for use. Due to the damage from the flood, the weight area, gymnasium, indoor soccer facility and meeting and event rooms will remain closed until further repairs can be made.  

In addition to use of the track and cardio area, residents can make 2023 picnic pavilion reservations, purchase or renew Ruth Park Golf ID Cards and purchase U City trash stickers from the facility. The Heman Park athletic fields and the large dog section of the U City Dog Park have also been reopened.  


Admission to the Centennial Commons Recreation Facility is limited to any individual (age 10 and up) with an *active Centennial Commons membership, which includes SilverSneakers and RenewActive memberships. Admission will also be accepted with an active* resident or non-resident recreation ID card. *(Active range:  7.26.21 - present)*

ID cards may be purchased at the Centennial Commons Control Desk (Photo ID required) and are available to both residents and non-residents. During this time, memberships will not be sold or renewed.                 


To access the facility, residents will be required to have a resident ID card or hold an *active Centennial Commons membership. To obtain a resident recreation ID card, residents must present their University City issued occupancy permit as proof of residency and pay a $5 per person card fee plus a daily admission fee of $5 per person. Occupancy permits are available at City Hall, 6801 Delmar, 4th floor Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Please ensure your University City occupancy permit has been updated to include all immediate family members who reside in your home.  


To access the facility, non-residents will be required to have a non-resident recreation ID card or hold an *active Centennial Commons membership. Individuals who can’t provide proof of U City residency may purchase a non-resident recreation ID card. The non-resident ID card is $7 per person with a $7 daily admission fee.   

For additional information, contact Centennial Commons at 314.505.8625


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