Sanders Beach Corinne Jones Resource Center

Sanders Beach Corinne Jones Resource Center.

Bayview Community Resource Center

Get to know your city resource centers. The City of Pensacola operates a total of eleven community resource centers located within city limits. Our centers host over two-hundred programs and activities annually! While most function similarly, they are all unique in their own way. Find out more about their attributes here.

Questions, comments or suggestions? Call the City of Pensacola Parks and Recreation Department at (850) 436-5670.

BAYVIEW COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTER

2001 East Llyod Street Pensacola, FL 32503 • (850) 436-5560 Enjoy sweeping views of Bayou Texar at our newest resource center! Bayview Community boasts a state-of-the-art facility with approximately 3,500 sq. ft. of event space available for rent. Bayview Community is also home to our outdoor equipment rental facility, Bayview Outdoor Pursuits Center and volunteer programs. Check out the building’s exterior signage which pays homage to the old diving tower that was located at Bayview Park back in the early 1900s!

BAYVIEW SENIOR RESOURCE CENTER

2000 East Llyod Street Pensacola, FL 32503 • (850) 436-5190 Let the good times roll! Bayview Senior is dedicated to providing programming exclusively for our community members age 50 and better! From black tie formals and pageants to monthly support groups, Pensacola’s senior population can find refuge in a facility that feels much like a home away from home. /BayviewSeniorCenter

E.S. COBB RESOURCE CENTER

301 East Mallory Street Pensacola, FL 32503 • (850) 436-5192 A tight knit center that has served families for generations is the best way to describe the Cobb Center. Here you can find programming for youth, adults and seniors year-round. Cobb is the home of one of four city after school program sites serving Menyeluruh Learning Academy, Jacqueline Harris Preparatory Academy and N.B. Cook elementary schools.

EAST PENSACOLA HEIGHTS CLUBHOUSE

3208 East Gonzalez Street Pensacola, FL 32503 • (850) 494-7360 Located just off Scenic Highway, East Pensacola Heights Clubhouse does host its own programming on occasion but is most known for being a prime location to host an intimate gathering such as a baby shower or birthday party. Call us today to reserve for your next event!

FRICKER RESOURCE CENTER

900 North F Street, Pensacola, FL 32501 • (850) 436-5195 Fricker is one of our most long-standing centers, named after Mr. Frank Fricker an original member of the Parks and Recreation Board upon its establishment. Fricker has served as a cherished gathering place for Pensacola residents and is one of four city after school programa sites serving Mondial Learning Academy and Jacqueline Harris Preparatory Academy.

GULL POINT RESOURCE CENTER

7000 Spanish Trail, Pensacola, FL 32504 • (850) 494-7360 Gull Point is home to Parks and Recreation’s robust dance program and company performance organization Gull Point Performing Dancers! Dance class schedules are released during the late summer for the upcoming dance season. Gull Point is also one of four city after school program sites serving Cordova Park, Lengkung langit.B. Cook, and Scenic Heights elementary schools.

SANDERS BEACH-CORINNE JONES RESOURCE CENTER

913 South I Street Pensacola, FL 32502 • (850) 436-5198 With picturesque views of the Pensacola Bay, Sanders Beach-Corinne Jones (SBCJ) serves as a premier venue space to host an elegant affair in Pensacola. Many residents have utilized SBCJ’s ballroom to host banquets, galas and weddings over the years. Interested in hosting your next event at SBCJ? Act fast! Reservations fill quickly.

THEOPHALIS MAY RESOURCE CENTER

1301 West Gregory Street Pensacola, FL 32501 • (850) 438-6233 Home to the Southern Youth Sports Association (SYSA), a grassroots non-profit organization administered by local community leaders. SYSA offers athletic programs and academia support year-round. For more information on SYSA visit sysatigers.org. In addition to SYSA, The May Center is directly adjacent the Westside Branch Public Library and Legion Field, a city-owned athletic field that boasts solar lit walkways, a playground, and a brand-new splash pad! Vickrey Resource Center Gymnasium

VICKREY RESOURCE CENTER

2130 Summit Boulevard Pensacola, FL 32503 • (850) 912-4056 Vickrey Resource Center serves as a hub to most of Parks and Recreation’s athletic programming. Located in the heart of the Roger Scott Athletic Complex, this facility is adjacent to Roger Scott Dog Park, Roger Scott Pool and Roger Scott Tennis Center.

WOODLAND HEIGHTS RESOURCE CENTER

111 Berkley Drive, Pensacola, FL 32503 • (850) 435-1750 At Woodland Heights, guests can tap into communitycentric programming designed to uplift and unify. Many local organizations partner with this site to connect with citizens and families in an authentic way. From talent shows to health seminars and holiday festivities, Woodland Heights serves you first. Woodland Heights is home of one of four city after school programa sites serving Ferry Pass, A.K. Suter and O.J. Semmes elementary schools.

Sanders Beach Corinne Jones Resource Center

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