This is to sign up for classes, programs, etc. that occur in May 2017 and beyond.
You can also use this link to register for the city's new recreation registration system.
Patrons of Northglenn’s Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department have a new way to sign up for events, classes, activities – and more!
The city will launch a new registration program called RecTrac in April.
RecTrac will work much like the city’s old recreation registration program – RecXpress. Go to northglenn.org/playnorthglenn, where you can search by category or by entering the appropriate 10-digit code. RecTrac codes will be available online, in the Connection and in the recreation guide. To sign up for an account on RecTrac visit northglenn.org/playnorthglenn and create your username and password.
The online portal is mobile-friendly, which will make it easier to use on your smart phone.
"This new system will allow us to provide better, more efficient service to our customers," said Parks, Recreation and Culture Director Amanda Peterson.
The city switched to this new system because RecXpress utilized older technology, and the software will no longer be maintained by the parent company. RecTrac is utilized by more than 1,000 cities in the United States, including many in the metro area.
Another great feature is that you will be able to buy tickets to performances at the D.L. Parsons Theatre.
“It will be simple, accessible and convenient,” said Northglenn Arts Director Michael Stricker. “It's been a long time coming, but we're now ready to sell tickets the way the customers want to buy them.”
The first show to utilize this feature will be the Northglenn Players’ production this summer of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.
If you have any questions about RecTrac or registering for recreation programs, please call 303-450-8800.