The Dunedin Parks & Recreation Department is reopening the Fitness Center at the Dunedin Community Center on Tuesday, May 26th, in a limited capacity.
The City of Dunedin is committed to offering a safe environment for our patrons and staff. Due to summer camps operating at the Community Center, modified hours are in place for the fitness center. Beginning Tuesday, May 26:
- Hours & Guidelines:
- Monday-Thursday, 6-8:45 am and 5-7:45 pm
- Friday, 6-8:45 am and 5-5:45 pm
- Limited capacity of 10 people maximum
- Participants will be allowed to reserve (1) 45-minute time slot per day. All participants must exit the facility after their workout for cleaning and sanitation.
- Participants should arrive 10 minutes early and wait outdoors to complete screening with Staff prior to entering the facility.
- Masks are encouraged.
- Participants are encouraged to bring their own water bottle already filled.
- Reservations: Admission to the Fitness Center will be done by reservation only. Participants will be allowed to reserve (1) 45-minute time slot per day. Please reserve your spot ahead of time:
- Reserve Online
- Call (727) 812-4530 ahead of time to reserve a spot.
- Reserve Online
- Fees: $3/person drop-in fee. Payment will be made upon arrival. Monthly and annual passes remain suspended at this time.
All programs and exercise classes remain postponed at this time. Fitness Center hours are subject to change.
*All other recreational facilities, including the Dunedin Community Center, MLK, Jr. Recreation Center, Hale Senior Activity Center and Kiwanis Sprayground remain closed to the general public. Some facilities will open for City of Dunedin summer camps only, beginning June 1st.
For more information about the Fitness Center, please call (727) 812-4530 or email email@example.com.
Pool hours and guidelines for Spring Season, beginning May 18*:
- Lap swimming
- Monday-Thursday, 3-7:00 pm
- Limited capacity of 8 people maximum, 1 person per lane
- Open swim
- Saturday & Sunday, 12-2:00 pm and 2:30-4:30 pm (all patrons must exit the facility from 2-2:30 pm for cleaning and sanitization)
- Limited capacity of 25% (25 people)
- Main pool and training pool will be open
- Reservations: Admission to the pool will be done by reservation only. Payment will be made upon arrival. Please reserve your spot ahead of time:
*Hours may be extended during the summer (start date to be determined). Summer hours may include Monday-Thursday: 9am-7pm, Friday: 9am-4pm, Saturday & Sunday: 10am-4pm.
All programs remain postponed at this time, including swim lessons and water wellness. Pool hours and activities are subject to change.
The Dunedin Public Library has a phased reopening plan following all CDC, Federal, State, County and City guidelines.
Curbside Pick Up begins Monday, May 18th!
Pick up books and other library materials Monday–Friday from 1:00PM–4:00PM.
To place a request, call (727) 298-3080 ext. 1707. Limit 5 items per card. You may only request items currently available at the main Dunedin Library.
You'll receive a call when your items are ready for pickup.
For curbside pickup, park in a designated space and call (727) 298-3080 ext. 1740 and a staff member will assist you.
Not driving – walking or biking? let us know and we’ll have a spot for you to pick up your items.
The curbside book drops will be open May 18th and you can begin returning your library materials. We WILL NOT accept any donations until further notice. Our outside book drops will be the only way to return items so our staff can take the necessary precautions and sanitize items. Returned library materials have to be quarantined for a period of 72 hours, at which point they will be checked in and removed from your account.
Limited opening to public is slated for June 1, 2020.
2020 Summer Camps
Staff has been actively working on summer camp preparation, in conjunction with local health authorities, receiving guidance on best practices and implementation of appropriate safety measures. Some factors that have been considered include group ratios, COVID symptom screening, increased sanitization, safe drop-off and pick-up procedures and alternative programming for activities that encourage social distancing.
Our first priority is always to provide safe programs, and we will therefore, align our operations with these recommendations. Camp dates will remain the same, with the first week beginning June 1st. Select camps will be offered, focusing on our more traditional camps while unfortunately cancelling specialty camps. Those needing to create or confirm their online account information should call the Community Center at 727-812-4530.
Get a head start on paperwork - download the Camp Forms and Parent Handbook. Enrollment packet will be completed and collected at a later time, prior to the start of camp.
While this summer will look a little different, staff very much looks forward to providing campers the opportunity to reconnect and make awesome summer memories!
For more information or registration questions, please call (727) 812-4530.
| Summer Camps are available June 1-August 7
All camps are Monday-Friday, 9 am - 5 pm (extra rec available)
|Camp Location|| Price*
||4-5||view more||Community Center|| $100 / $115
|Kids||5-11||view more||Community Center|| $90 / $105
|Teens||11-14||view more||MLK, Jr. Rec Center||$105 / $120|
|Bagpipe||11-17||view more||Hale Activity Center||$100 / $115|
|Golf||5-17||view more||Stirling Park||$200 / $200|
|Nature||5-11||view more||Nature Center||$100 / $115|
Nature Camp does not meet August 3-7.
In the interest of public health and safety in response to the threat of COVID-19, the City of Dunedin has suspended all disconnections of water, wastewater, and solid waste services for nonpayment – effective March 18, 2020, through at least June 30, 2020.
Additionally, late fees will not be assessed to utility bills with a bill date on or after March 18, 2020, until further notice.
For the safety of our employees, the Utility Billing office (located at the MLK Recreation Center) will be closed until further notice, to walk-in visitors. The Utility Billing team will remain available by phone 727.298.3024 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, Monday through Friday, 7am to 6pm.
Customers may pay their bills using one of the following methods of payments: Online through the City website, Auto Pay, Bill Pay through customers bank, Drop Boxes, or by mail. All options are detailed below.
Drop Boxes—Checked daily
Payments and documents can be placed in these boxes located at the following locations: