Nov 16, 2021 - News
Denver recreation center memberships back on sale
Denver’s Carla Madison Recreation Center in 2017. Photo: Helen H. Richardson/The Denver Post via Getty Images

All 30 of Denver's city-run recreation centers are officially back online after COVID closed the majority indefinitely.

Driving the news: All individual annual memberships will be discounted 45% through the month of November.

  • Memberships are offered for sale in person and online.
  • Additionally, standard pass rates now apply and can be purchased in person at any location.

Of note: Purchasing a pass could save nearly $200 a year, Denver Parks and Recreation officials say.

Flashback: Denver Recreation Centers saw a revenue loss of about $8.5 million in 2020 due to COVID closures. Officials tell Axios they expect to see at least another $1 million in losses this year.

  • Agency spokesperson Cynthia Karvaski says it remains too early to project losses in 2022.
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