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Alpharetta’s 2024-2025 Recreation Guide is here, registration for school camps and recreation activities starts soon

Alpharetta, Georgia – With registration about to begin soon for both residents and non-residents alike, Alpharetta’s Department of Recreation, Parks, and Cultural Services is getting ready for another fantastic year of school camps and recreation activities. Beginning at 8:00 AM on July 23, Alpharetta residents will be able to register for a range of events scheduled for the 2024-2025 school year. Non-residents will have opportunity to register starting on August 6.

The city has created an in-depth handbook to assist in family winter and spring vacation planning. Now accessible online, the 2024–2025 School Year Guide provides a thorough overview of the range of events accessible—from sports and fitness courses to arts and cultural experiences ideal for all age groups. Families are advised to check the handbook early to make sure they guarantee spots in the programs, which are known to fill fast, and to organize their schedules.

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Local recreation facilities have also received printed versions of the guide, therefore giving everyone simple access. Apart from outlining the initiatives, the book offers necessary information on how to negotiate the ActiveNet portal enrollment procedure.

The city provides many recommendations to help newcomers or those not familiar with the ActiveNet registration system simplify the registration process:

  • Ensure you log in or sign up early on ActiveNet, as classes are in high demand.
  • If your desired class is full, don’t hesitate to join the waitlist—this could lead to a spot opening up.
  • When searching for specific activities, use the Activity Number from the School Year Guide for precise results.
  • Verify your residency status using the Alpharetta GIS Mapping Tool to avoid any registration issues.

The Recreation, Parks, and Cultural Services Department is available to assist with any questions or further information needed. They can be reached at [email protected] or by calling 678-297-6100.

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Alpharetta families are urged to act quickly to make sure they do not miss out on the fun and educational possibilities presented during the academic year as the registration periods fast approach. Click on this link for more details.

Leander Thorne


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