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(530) 757-5666 TDD
23 Russell Boulevard
Davis, CA 95616
- Office Hours
Monday – Friday:
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Recreation Program Forms & Handouts
- September 2017-August 2018 Liability Waiver (Fall 2017)
- September 2016-August 2017 Liability Waiver (Summer 2017)
- Class Handouts & Parent Handbooks
- Fee Subsidy Program Application
- Satisfaction Guaranteed!
The Camp Handbook will be available on June 1, 2017!
The 2017 Summer Camp Handbook contains information about all of our summer camp programs this year. Camps included are: Arts & Crafts Camp, Band and Strings, Basketball Camp, Camp Putah, Dog Days of Summer, Gymnastics and Dance Camps, Fresh-i Media Camps, Horse Camp, Kids in the Kitchen, Kinder Camp, Mad Science Camps, PM Kids Club, Progressive Skills Horse Camp, Rainbow Summer, Rock Band Camp, Skate Camp, Skyhawks, Summer Quest, Trekkers, Volunteer Camps and Voyagers.
New Digital Permission Slips and Emergency Contact Forms - ePACT
This year, the City of Davis Parks and Community Services Department is using ePACT Network. This is an easy-to-use system, that replaces our old paper emergency and medical forms. In the past, we’ve asked you to submit paper forms for each session your child was participating in, but no more! With ePACT, you only need to do it once. If something changes, update your ePACT record and rest assured that the we receive the update automatically.
- Information is easy to access for when we need it.
- We can better support our campers in any situation, from illness to evacuation to notifying families of a delayed arrival due to traffic.
- ePACT is HIPAA compliant so you know your families' information is secure.
- Families only have to fill out the forms once, unless information changes.
- Families can upload an image of their child so camp staff can match the data to the child.
Invitations to create your account will be sent out via email. Please complete your information BEFORE camp begins! The Summer Handbook will be sent separately on June 1.
The City of Davis allocates funds each year to help offset the cost of City recreation programs for low income households. Those who qualify receive 50% of program fees up to their allotted household amount. Because the amount of funding and number of subsidy requests varies, we are not able to provide a specific income cut-off for applications. Families with the lowest incomes will be granted subsidies first.
Beginning January 1, 2017, we will accept scholarship applications for the periods of Summer 2017, Fall 2017, and Winter/Spring 2018. Applications are due by February 17, 2017 at 5:00pm, applications received after the due date will be reviewed and placed on a waiting list.
How do I apply for a fee subsidy?
To apply for a fee subsidy, simply download the fee subsidy application packet, print it out, complete it, and return it to our office by the application deadline.
Fill out all of the information requested, attach copies of your current Federal Income Tax Return and proof of income (as described on the application form).
Our online registration system does not support fee subsidy applications at this time. Fee subsidy applicants can use the online class registration system to apply for programs where you pay the full fee or to pay outstanding balances for any class (regular or fee subsidy).
Then submit your application to:
City of Davis
Attn: Fee Subsidy Application
23 Russell Blvd.
Davis, CA 95616
If you attend the first day of class and are not fully satisfied, come to Parks and Community Services no later than 24 hours after the first class and fill out a Satisfaction Guaranteed Form. A full refund will then be issued. We cannot issue refunds to those who do not attend one full class or program and certain programs are not included.