Whether you call it mini-golf, putt-putt or something entirely different, there’s good news — a new 18-hole course is opening up to Cedar Rapids just in time for another sunny weekend. The Cedar Rapids Parks and Recreation Department is hosting […]
The Rollin’ Recmobile is returning to Cedar Rapids parks starting on Monday. The van will visit two to three parks six days a week over the summer with recreation equipment, games and activities led by city staff. The Recmobile will […]
The City of Cedar Rapids will add a mobile Neighborhood Resource Center to its Rollin’ Recmobile van. The addition is possible after the city received a $10,000 grant from the National League of Cities. Cedar Rapids was one of eight […]
A pickleball court? A dog park? Pollinator space, perhaps? The City of Cedar Rapids is looking for ideas for repurposing Jones Golf Course. The city is collecting input from residents through a survey, which is the first part of a […]
Update on Tuesday, Aug. 11: Due to storm damage, Rollin’ Recmobile stops and school supply distribution have been suspended, according to a news release. It is scheduled to resume on Tuesday, Aug. 18, with a normal schedule. The Cedar Rapids […]
The City of Cedar Rapids is launching the Rollin’ Recmobile later this month to bring a variety of family-friendly activities to the community. The city’s Parks and Recreation Department canceled youth programs that were scheduled to start in June due […]
On Wednesday morning, the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) reported 21 new cases of COVID-19 in the state, including six in Johnson County and one in Linn County. The new cases bring the state’s total number of Iowans who […]
On Tuesday, the Cedar Rapids City Council will consider taking introducing restrictions smoking in the city’s parks. It would not be a total ban, like the one passed by Iowa City in last year that prohibited the use of smokeless tobacco, smoking or vaping in all city parks.