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2014 Meeting Dates
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7550 Auburn Rd Utica, Michigan 48317

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(586) 739-1600

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(586) 739-2867

 

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Parks & Recreation
Volunteers wanted for help with events, please call 739-1600 to join.

Old Mill Arts N Craft Festival of July 19-20, 2014

Old Mill Vendor Application
Old Mill Vendor Application e-form
Old Mill Concession Application
Old Mill Concession Application e-form


Proceeds from the weekend benefited children and adults alike with the planned improvements to our parks.

Car Show coming on August 9, 2014 in Downtown Utica



Canoe the Clinton River utilizing the new canoe launch at Heritage Park (s. of M-59 W. of Van Dyke) contact Clinton River Canoe & Kayak Rentals 248 421-3445 or outdoorescorts@yahoo.com
Clinton River Canoe Map
RECREATION PROGRAMS

For programming, we partner with the Charter Township of Shelby where Utica residents are welcomed to participate just as their residents in all Parks and Recreation Department offerings. Watch for the special newsletter sent to Utica homes outlining all the Shelby P&R programs and Seniors, be sure to avail yourselves of the bus service afforded all Shelby and Utica Senior Citizens at a very modest charge. We have arranged this collaboration for your benefit, so definitely take advatage of every opportunity that interests you.

The Shelby Township recreation program non-resident fee does NOT apply to Utica residents

If you have any questions concerning recreation programs ONLY
please call Shelby Township
Parks & Recreation at (586) 731-0300.

Grant Park Pavilions are available for private parties
Download the Grant Park Pavilion Reservation Form
Please be considerate of others and make use of the refuse containers provided. Extra bags are located in the bottom of these containers along with a dumpster available on the Nancy Street side of the park.

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