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Hurst Recreation Center Classroom Program - Online Registration


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Spring 2020 Where We Live Magazine cover image, windmill

Did you know that you can register for classes online? Sign In if you know your username and password, or visit the Hurst Recreation Center for assistance activating an online account. Sign in here.

  • Registration for classes must be completed in advance. The deadline for registration in children’s programs is one week prior to the start date, at the end of the day.
  • Class supply fees are due to the instructor on the first class.
  • In order to provide the best learning environment, and with the student’s best interest in mind, we ask that parents/guardians dropping off students for class remain in one of the designated lobby areas once the class begins. By minimizing distractions, the quality of instruction is least impacted by potential interruptions.

Welcome to the Spring 2020 edition of Where We Live

Holiday Season

Our annual Town Hall Forum is on February 20 at the Hurst Conference Center. This is a great opportunity to learn about all that is going on in Hurst and ask questions of our city staff and council. Visit page 17 for more details.

If you haven’t already, take some time to fill out our citizen survey online. By filling out this survey, you’re able to tell us how we’re doing and what priorities are important to you. You can read more about the citizen survey on page 17 and fill it out by visiting our website.

We recently launched our Property Pride Award as a way to recognize neighbors who have gone the extra yard when it comes to maintaining their property. You can learn about our recent winners on pages 18-19. And don’t forget to nominate a deserving neighbor!

The Census Bureau is conducting a population count, which occurs once a decade, to determine the needs of our communities and help plan for the future. The 2020 Census will be available for you to respond to online starting in March. I highly encourage you to participate. You can learn more details by turning to pages 20-21 or visiting

To keep up with all of the upcoming events this spring, visit


Hurst Recreation Department
700 Mary Drive
Hurst, TX 76053
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