Acworth Parks and Recreation

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4361 Cherokee Street | Acworth, GA 30101 | Office: 770-917-1234 | Fax: 470-648-0599
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. and Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. 


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Summer registration is now open for City of Acworth residents. Non-resident registration opens May 10 at 8:00 a.m.

Click here to for a brochure of our summer events and programs!


ACWORTHY HAPPENINGS


E-GAMING IN ACWORTH!
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We are proud to partner with GG Leagues and bring E-Gaming to Acworth! Games will range from Madden to Rocket League to Fortnite and more! Seasons will run in 6 week increments and be $30 per season. Fortnite is currently being offered at no fee! There are leagues for players of every skill level and age. All participants must have their own gaming console, game, stable internet connection and online subscription that allows online gaming. For more information and to sign up please visit https://app.ggleagues.com/organization/acworth or call us at 770-917-1234


BEACH FACTS!
Are you planning to visit Cauble (Acworth Beach), South Shore, Dallas Landing, or Proctor Landing Parks this Summer? Here are some things to remember:
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ACWORTH INDUCTED INTO THE NATIONAL CIVIC LEAGUE'S ALL-AMERICA CITY HALL OF FAME
In 2010, the National Civic League recognized and celebrated Acworth's civic innovation with the prestigious All-America City Award. We are excited to announced that the City of Acworth has been inducted into the All-America City Hall of Fame! We would like to thank our community leaders, businesses, partners, and residents for making this possible.

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DOYAL HILL PARK NOW OPEN

IMG_4270Doyal Hill Park is now open! Located adjacent to the Rosenwald School and Acworth Community Center, this park serves as an outdoor interpretive history area featuring public art honoring Acworth's rich African American History. The park contains a sculpture by Ron Huffman, interpretative historical signage, and a plaza. 


COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS PART 3: MINORITY, WOMEN, AND VETERAN OWNED BUSINESS SEMINAR
On November 12, 2020, the City of Acworth partnered with the Acworth Business Association, the Georgia Small Business Development Center, and Earnest Davis with E3 consulting to host part three in a community conversation series, a Minority, Women, and Veteran Owned Business Seminar. This program was designed to help businesses understand certifications, national organizations, the benefits, and how to market to an audience that is looking to purchase goods and services from them.

To view a recording and find further resources from this presentation, please click here


VETERANS DAY CELEBRATION VIDEO


The City of Acworth is honored to recognize those that have not only served their country but have continued to serve their community. The featured speakers in this video celebration include Dr. Richard M. Rosenberger, Dallas Godfrey, and Cpl. Youlanda McIntosh. We are grateful to them for their service and for sharing their stories.