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Summer Drop in Line 

City of Peoria Summer Recreation - Drop-In Program  

Summer Drop-in RecreationChildren entering
grades 1-5 for Fall 2015
May 26 – July 16 (closed July 3) 
Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Supply Fee (includes t-shirt):
  $60 for Residents
  $100 for Non-Residents
**Cash cannot be accepted onsite. Please pay with a check or money order or register online.

This exciting program features arts and crafts, group games and free play to help kids have a fun-filled summer and experience new and old recreational activities. Optional off-site field trips are offered throughout the week at an additional cost. Trip information is below and will also be available at the sites.

IMPORTANT PARENT INFORMATION.  Program Note:  This program is a drop-in program. The children may leave at anytime without permission, including those that arrived on the shuttle bus. If this is not a program for you and your child, please refer to the City of Peoria Summer Camp Program.   

Summer Drop In Bullet Locations: 

• Country Meadows - 8409 N 111th Ave
• Coyote Hills - 21180 N 87th Ave
• Desert Harbor - 15585 N 91st Ave
• Oakwood - 12900 N 71st Ave 
• Sky View - 8624 W Sweetwater
• Sun Valley - 8361 N 95th Ave
• Vistancia - 30009 Sunrise Point 

Summer Drop In Bullet Registration: Now Available 

Resident Rate:  If where you permanently reside or live is located within the corporate limits of the City of Peoria and you pay property taxes to the City, you are eligible for the resident rate.  Proof of residency is required at the time of registration.  Acceptable proof is a copy of your property tax statement showing the physical location of your residence or we can look this up at www.Maricopacounty.org.

 Summer Drop In Bullet Lunch: Children need to bring a non-perishable lunch each day they attend. The Peoria Unified School District offers a “Summer Food Program” with free breakfast and lunch at qualifying sites, Monday - Thursday.  Click here for sites and menu. 

Summer Drop In Bullet Shuttle Bus Schedule: Schools not hosting a grades 1-5 site will have transportation. It is important that parents make sure their child is on the correct bus for the program. There will be several busses going to different programs. For at least the first week of your child’s enrollment, the parent should stay with the child until they are loaded on the correct bus. All buses should only pick up in the Bus Loading Zone. However, there are schools that have unique situations. There will be a sign posted in front of the school office of where the Summer Recreation Shuttle will pick children up.

NOTE: Thursday, June 4, ALL afternoon shuttles will depart sites at 3:30 p.m. This includes those participants not attending the trip. All sites will remain open until 3:30 p.m

Pick-up: Please arrive at the bus
loading zone at the school by 7:45 a.m. 
Drop off:  Arrive before 2:30 p.m. Please allow extra
time at drop-off the first two weeks of program and after special trips.
• Sun Valley - from Alta Loma, Santa Fe and Cotton Boll
• Oakwood - from Peoria, Sundance and Ira Murphy
• Coyote Hills - from Zuni Hills, Parkridge and Sunset Heights
• Desert Harbor - from Apache and Frontier
• Sky View - from Oasis, Cheyenne and Paseo Verde
• Vistancia - from Lake Pleasant  

Summer Drop in Line


Those that are registered in Summer Recreation can participate in the daily field trips. They can be purchased individually at the site or summer packages can be bought at discounted rates. Transportation and supervision is provided for all field trips. ALL PASSES ARE NONTRANSFERABLE and NON-REFUNDABLE once the program begins. Dates, fees, packages & times may change. Check at site for accurate dates, fees and times. Click the site below for the trip calendar! 

Country Meadows   Coyote Hills    Desert Harbor  Oakwood 
 Sky View   Sun Valley   Vistancia   

Field trips may be purchased as a package or individually. 
To purchase as a packet, see list below.  To purchase individual trips online, click here.
Coming soon! Click here to download trip coupons to pay with check or money order at the site.
Cash cannot be accepted at site. Please pay with check or money order, or register for the trips onlilne. 

    Swim pass includes 1 hour of swimming at one of the cities three pools. Monday and Wednesday, May 27 - July 15  
    $2/trip or purchase the package for $20 here
    Field trips are scheduled on a rotating basis at Wazee's World, Sky Zone and AMF Peoria & Brunswick on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, June 2 - July 15
    Wazee’s World: 2 hours for 1-2 games of Laser Tag and a game of Cosmic Golf. 
    AMF Peoria & Brunswick: 1½ hrs of bowling includes shoe rental
    Sky Zone: 1½ hrs of jumping, dodgeball and basketball. *Must complete waiver for Sky Zone. Click to download.
    Bowling (2x’s): $7/trip • Sky Zone (2x’s): $11/ trip • Wazee’s (3 x’s) $10/trip or purchase the package for $66 (7 days) here. 
    Movies are G or PG at Harkins Theaters; Arrowhead Fountain 18, June 5-July 10 or Park West 14 (May 29-July 31) on Fridays. Includes a Snack Pack of popcorn, drink and candy.
    $8/trip or purchase the package for $40 (6 days) here.
    June fun package includes four different trips that can be purchased as a package or individually.
    Thursday, May 28: Mercury basketball game, $11 Individual
    Thursday, June 4: Wet-N-Wild, $28 Individual . Click here for information and permission slip. 
    Thursday, June 11: Theater Works play “Aladdin,” $8 Individual
    Thursday, June 18: AZ Broadway Theater (play TBA), $8 Individual 
    Purchase the package for $55 here for all the trips. 
    The “BIG” Summer Package includes the Swim, Combo, Movie and Fun Packages at a discounted rate. This is our best deal by far. This package only includes what is listed above and not any additional food or trips that may be scheduled.
    $175, purchase it here.

Other Trips
*Program may offer other field trips for an additional fee such as Ape Index Rock Climbing, Great Skate, Peter Piper Pizza, Circus and Amazing Jakes. Must complete waiver for Ape Index Rock Climbing.

Some trips require a waiver; click to download: Ape Index Rock Climbing      Sky Zone     Wazzee's World 

Summer Drop In Bullet Program Reminders  

  1. Once registration is open, you can register at Community Services.
    Registration for
     Summer Recreation can also be completed here or by calling 623-773-7137. 
  2. There is no additional weekly fee to attend the program; however, optional field trips are offered at an additional cost. 
  3. All registrations must include proof of residency (i.e., current water bill or address on personal check) and full payment. 
  4. Lunch: Parents must provide a non-perishable sack lunch. 

Summer Drop In Bullet Contact Information 

Community Services Dept                 
9875 N 85th Ave. Peoria AZ, 85345