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East Lake Woodlands residents voted against being annexed in as part of the City of Oldsmar. Though these residents have an Oldsmar address, they are considered residents of unincorporated Pinellas County and do not pay taxes to the City of Oldsmar. Therefore, East Lake Woodlands families are not considered residents of the City of Oldsmar.
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Parking fees apply at the following parks:
Oldsmar residents can purchase annual parking passes for $2.68 to avoid paying daily parking fees. The resident will need to bring their driver’s license and vehicle registration with matching addresses to Cypress Forest Recreation Center in order to purchase.
Residents and non-residents can purchase a recreation card and enjoy classes and activities for a lower price than non-recreation card holder. Residents just need to bring in their driver’s license and Oldsmar water bill to prove their residency. Residents and non-resident applicants will need to fill out our application form and pay the applicable fee. We have an interlocal agreement with Safety Harbor, Dunedin and Tarpon Springs that allows those residents the ability to act as Oldsmar residents; just bring in your valid resident rec card from one of those cities and we will honor it as our own.
Leisure Services uses the RAINOUT LINE to notify subscribers of sport field closures at Sheffield Park and the Oldsmar Sports Complex.
You can check field status any time by calling (813) 448-2255 and follow the options to find your park.
You can also sign up for email or text alerts via RainoutLIne.com.
Additionally, they offer Android and Apple mobile phone applications.
The city offers a wide variety of special events and fitness, senior, children, and adult programs year-round. To find out more, see Programs and Online Registration or Leisure Services Calendar.
You can sign up for a program at the Cypress Forest Recreation Center or the State Street Center. When you visit our site, staff will ask you to fill out a Recreation Form.
Alcohol is not permitted in our parks. If you wish to have an event with alcohol in our parks or facilities with alcohol, you will need to contact the Leisure Services offices at 813-749-1267 for the permitting process.
Pets are permitted in most areas of our parks. Dogs must be on a leash no longer than 6-feet. Owners are responsible in picking up and disposing of pet waste. We currently have off leash dog parks at the Mobbly Bayou Wilderness Preserve Janice Miller Bark Park and Sheffield Park.
Pet are NOT permitted on ball fields, playgrounds, spray park (splash pad), or on the sand areas of Mobbly Beach.
We accept cash, check, VISA or MasterCard for any payments you make with the Leisure Services Department.
The best ways to stay up-to-date on all of our new programs and events are:
Our Cypress Forest Spray Park is open April through November. A $5 per day parking fee is applied at this time. Residents can purchase a parking pass to alleviate those parking fees.
While a reservation is not required to use one of the picnic shelters at our parks, it is highly encouraged. This will confirm that you have a shelter for your event with less worry that it will be taken by someone else who got there first. To rent a shelter, please visit one of our locations (Cypress Forest Recreation Center or State Street Center) with a $50 deposit and fill out the application. For more information on pricing, please see our Rental Information page.
YES! We love when non-residents join our programs. As a non-resident, you have two choices: 1) You can pay a slightly higher program fee (usually 50% higher than the rec card fee) or 2) you can purchase a non-resident rec card and enjoy our programs for the rec card fee.