Community Activity Center
WELCOME TO THE COMMUNITY ACTIVITY CENTER
The Orchard Park Community Activity Center is a multi-use recreation and event venue serving all ages in Orchard Park and beyond. The building houses the Orchard Park Recreation and Parks Department and the Orchard Park Senior Center.
Due to Covid-19 restrictions, all building use and program participation is currently subject to capacity limits and requires preregistration. No “drop-in” programs are available at this time.
The building is available for rental events/activities that meet the NYS Forward Guidelines for reopening during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Room capacity, social distance guidelines, cleaning protocols, and NYS Reopening Guidelines are strictly observed. All participants and visitors are asked to complete a COVID screening when they enter the building.
- Gyms: As of July 6th, we are permitted to host organized youth sports that meet the standards for “Responsible Sports and Recreation Activities” in New York State as defined by NY State Department of Health’s Interim Guidance for Sports and Recreation During COVID 19 Public Health Emergency.
- Events and Meetings: During the “Orange” Covid alert, events and meetings are limited to a max of 10 people.
Take a Video Tour: A Look Inside Orchard Park’s New Community Center (Click here)
Community Activity Center Photos
Community Activity Center History
Construction of our new Orchard Park Community Activity Center in Brush Mountain Park was completed in February 2020.
With projected increases in our senior and youth populations for decades to come, the concept of a community activity center for Orchard Park was first proposed ten years ago.
A Central Location, Ample Parking — An Idea Whose Time Has Come
This facility serves as the home for the Orchard Park Senior Center and Recreation Department. It also offers space for special events, classes, and community presentations for all residents. The Community Activity Center will improve the quality of life for all residents by offering social and recreational activities in a single, comprehensive, and innovative facility that will continually serve generations well into the future.
During our planning process, two options were presented and the smaller of the two received final approval. The square foot amounts are as follows (note dollar amount are estimates). Phase 3 and 4 are options for future development: