Our goal is to create recreation and open space for all ages and abilities, provide a sense of community, self-structured learning, and wellness benefits through our park and recreation facilities.
Let’s talk water. Spring, summer and fall are the seasons we generally see our water consumption increase in conjunction with the many different projects and activities around our homes and businesses.
Beginning in May, our Parks Director will be hosting educational water classes to help you understand your irrigation system, and conserve water as well as money. These meetings will cover topics like: how often you should water, planting, fertilization and weed control.
We hope you will join us at one of the six dates available (May 8, June 12, July 10, Aug 14, Sep 11, Oct 9). Meetings will be held the 2nd Wednesday of each month beginning in May and going through October. Meet at the City of Ammon building located at 2135 S. Ammon Rd at 7:00 pm!
For the How to Save Water PowerPoint presentation click here.
If you have any questions please contact the City at 208-612-4000.
The Ammon City Pool is located at 3000 Southwick. Information about swim lessons, pool hours, and swimming fees is available HERE. Or you may call the Ammon City Pool (208) 612-4044 during the operating season.
Information about Swim Club 2019 registration dates, and information is available HERE
The City of Ammon hosts summer baseball leagues for boys and a softball league for girls each summer. Online league sign up information is updated annually. The most recent information is available HERE. If you can’t find what you are looking for, please call the City Offices at 208-612-4000.
The City of Ammon hosts Movies in the Park during the summer months. Online information regarding each season’s schedule is updated annually. The movie schedule for this year can be found HERE . If you need more information please contact the City Offices at 208-612-4000.
The Parks & Recreation Commission is a volunteer citizen advisory committee which meets the first Tuesday of every month at 7:30 PM at City Hall. The meetings are open to the public and public input is encouraged. The commission advises the City Council on the acquisition of lands and facilities for use as parks or recreation centers, as well as the operation, use, events, care and maintenance of City-owned parks and recreational areas.
Applicants must be at least 18 years old and be a resident within the Ammon City limits or its area of impact. Successful applicants will be appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the Ammon City Council. Term of service will be for 3 years.
Anyone who would like to be considered for this voluntary position should return a completed application to City Hall, or contact Ken Knoch, Ammon Parks Director for further information.
The Senior Citizen Active Living Park concept was created over several years of collaboration with our seniors, seniors utilizing our parks, assisted living center administrators, and other local health care providers to meet critical needs of the South East Idaho senior population to provide wellness, recreational, educational, and cultural opportunities in a safe outdoor environment.
For more information click on the links below, or contact Ken Knoch, Ammon Parks Director.