Frequently Asked Questions
Registration begins at 8 a.m. on the advertised date.
We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover
Unless otherwise stated, all program refunds shall be prorated, less a $10 processing fee, up to and including the second class. No refunds after the second class date. Classes priced at $10 or less are non-refundable.
Yes, each class has a minimum and maximum enrollment. Classes will be cancelled a week prior to start if minimum enrollment is not met.
Your satisfaction is guaranteed. We want to provide quality programs to all participants. If after attending the first day of your program, you are not happy with the quality, call us right away, 480-312-7957. Tell us what was wrong so we can make it right!
Age requirements have been established to safely facilitate age appropriate classes. Participants must be of the appropriate age by the first day of class in order to register. Proof of age may be required for programs. If your child’s swim skill level is not within the advertised age range, please contact the aquatic facility for age override options. Sorry, no other age override exceptions.
Although staff makes every effort to ensure each issue of the Recreation Classes & Programs Brochure is free from errors, there are times when errors or revisions in dates, times, fees, or instructors do occur. We recommend that you check the city’s website for up-to-date information. We appreciate your patience and understanding when these situations occur.
Please be advised that all participants involved in any department programs or special events are subject to being photographed. Such photographs may be used by the City of Scottsdale without an obligation to provide compensation to those photographed.
Residents are citizens who live in or own property within the City of Scottsdale’s corporate boundaries, and pay taxes to the City of Scottsdale. Not all Scottsdale mailing addresses meet these criteria. Individuals residing outside of the City of Scottsdale and attending Scottsdale schools are considered Non-Scottsdale Residents. A PO Box is not considered a Scottsdale residential address. You can check you residency status using the city's online map.
Yes, Scottsdale’s Community Services Division is committed to supporting the full inclusion of persons with disabilities into all public facilities, programs, and activities. If you need assistance to access these programs, please indicate your needs on the registration form and contact Adapted Recreation Services at 480-312-2234. All requests must be made after completing your registration and be requested a minimum of 14 business days prior to the starting date of the program.