Please note: Thursdays are “Member and Resident Guest Only Day at the MHCC.” We trust that this provides these two groups with more time and space to swim, workout, play basketball and enjoy the Community Center! Resident guest passes are $5 for ages 3-59 and $4 for ages 60 and older. Children under 3 years of age are FREE.
From November 1 thru April 30, daily, non-resident guest passes are $15 per person (for those 3 years of age & older). Guest passes may not be purchased on Thursdays as that is resident & member ONLY day. From May 1 thru October 31, non-resident guest passes will be $10 per person.
Click on the “Rec. Dept. Activities and Events” block in the upper right hand corner of this page to get a calendar of events!
Spring is here and the Recreation Department and Community Center staff have for programs and activities unique to this time of year. We invite you to check out our programs and activities on this site. No matter your age, gender, ethnicity, fitness level or favorite sport…..we have something for you!
Tickets on still on sale for the Cruise into Summer event!!! Join us for a 21 & over cruise themed night without leaving port on Saturday, June 2 from 7-11 pm! Included in your ticket: heavy appetizers, 2 free drinks, casino, entertainment by Frank & Dean, Lynn Trefzger, games, and more! All proceeds will go to Neighbors Helping Neighbors. Follow this link to purchase tickets:
Room Reservations for 2018 & 2019 (yes, that’s right….2019) are being accepted now by Karol Germany, our NEW Sales and Events Coordinator. You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call her at 440-234-2255 to book your date for your meeting, party, wedding, etc!
Click on June Heights Highlights which will provide you with up-to-date recreation department information.
The outdoor pool is open for the season from 10 am-7:30 pm. Outdoor pool hours will be 10 am-8:30 pm, Monday thru Saturday & 1-7:30 pm on Sundays until August 31 (weather permitting). Call 440-239-6312 for weather updates.
Summer Learn to Swim Registrations for kids AND adults are being accepted on Tuesday, June 5 for members ($35/7 classes, $40/8 classes), residents ($50/7 classes, $55/8 classes) & Tuesday, June 12 for non-residents ($65/7 classes, $70/8 classes).
Kidszone Summer Camps are available for kids grades K-5 and Jr. Counselors entering grades 6-8. They are held Tuesday & Thursday from 9 am-2 pm at 6 different sessions throughout the summer: 6/12 & 6/14, 6/19 & 6/21, 6/26 & 28, 7/10 & 12, 7/17 & 7/19, 7/24 & 26! Forms are in lobby or online NOW! Most are full so make sure to check with the front desk! Fees for K-6 are $30 for resident/members and $35 for non-members. Fees for Jr. Counselors are $18 for resident/members and $25 for non-residents. Fees are PER WEEK. We also have early drop off and late pick up options! We also have Summer Clubs for Boys and Girls ages 3-4 on Tuesdays & Thursdays from 12-2 pm on 6/12 & 6/14, 6/19 & 6/21, 6/26 & 6/28, 7/10 & 7/12, 7/17 & 7/19 & 7/24 & 7/26. The cost is $15 for residents/members and $18 for non-residents. Includes short stories, games, crafts and structured play based on summer themes. Children must be potty-trained—no exceptions.
Applications for the 2018 Miss Middleburg Heights Application are available. There is NO entry fee. The competition has two categories —- girls going into 3 & 4 grade in the fall can compete to be crowned Little Miss Middleburg Hts! Miss Middleburg Hts. is for ladies going into grades 11 & 12 in the fall. Absolutely NO experience is required. The application deadline is Saturday, June 2, 2018 at 9 pm! The pageant will be held on Sunday, July 7, 2018 at 6 pm at the community center.
The Central Park Summerfest will be held on Saturday, July 7 on the site of the new library (Bagley & Craigmere) from Noon– 9:30 pm. Highlights will be the parade at 10:30 am and Fireworks at dark!!!!! Go to centralparksummerfest.com for more information
Applications for employment are accepted year round but our peak season is in the summer months due to the need for lifeguards and staff to run our outdoor sports programs. Click here for all the information you will need to apply for employment opportunities. You must be at least 16 yrs. old to apply.
Our mission is to provide people of all ages and ability the opportunity to participate in active and passive, individual and team, competitive and non-competitive programs. Through our community recreational and leisure activities, we strive to:
- Foster community spirit through friendship and teamwork.
- Teach the fundamentals of fitness, exercise and sport.
- Instill the concepts of pride, motivation and sportsmanship in all participants.
Our vision is to become a model for other recreation departments throughout Greater Cleveland and Ohio. We will do this by offering dynamic programs, using professionally certified instructors and providing progressive, state-of-the-art facilities, which will fully serve the needs of our citizens.
Our Award-Winning Facility
In August 2001 the Middleburg Heights Community Center was featured in USA Today as one example of upscale facilities that are redefining the concept of community recreation centers.
This came as no surprise to residents. After all, the center had already been named Most Outstanding New Center by the Ohio Parks & Recreation Association a few months after its May 2000 opening.
Today the center continues to provide the best in public recreation facilities. It includes:
The heated indoor pool features a pleasing free-form design with a lazy-current channel, bubble couch, vortex, hot tub/whirlpool spa, waterslide, and an area for lap swimming. A separate whirlpool, steam room and sauna are also available.
The heated outdoor pool includes a waterslide and a variety of other play features with areas no deeper than 3-1/2 ft. (perfect for little ones).
Our spacious fitness area has over 100 pieces of cardio, circuit training and free weight equipment. A four-lane, non-banked, 1/12 mile track offers a view of the pools, gymnasiums and casual activities area.
The casual activities area is a meeting place for everyone. With views to almost every activity area, it is the “hub” of the center. Features include a 60 ft. waterfall (which hides the elevator quite well), a grand staircase, and a skylight.
In addition to receiving the “Most Outstanding New Center” award in 2000, the Recreation Center also received awards from the Ohio Parks and Recreation Association for program innovation for the following:
- 2017 First Place Ohio Parks and Recreation Association Award of Excellence in the Special Populations category for the Adapted Swim Program.
- 2016 Second Place Ohio Parks and Recreation Association Award of Excellence in the Sports Programming category for the Family Fishing Day.