SPAR recreations hours extended to help citizens cool off following power outages

All public pools are opening this summer except Bill Cockrell Park.
All public pools are opening this summer except Bill Cockrell Park.(KSLA)
Published: Jun. 16, 2023 at 10:01 PM CDT|Updated: Jun. 16, 2023 at 10:36 PM CDT
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(KSLA) - Due to widespread power outages, the City of Shreveport along with SPAR is extending the operating hours of 5 recreation centers tomorrow (June 17).

Each center will be open from 8:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. Mayor Tom Arceneaux encourages any citizen who needs relief from the heat to visit one of the open recreation centers, pools or spray grounds to cool off.

SPAR Community Centers:

• Bill Cockrell Community Center – 4109 Pines Road

• Valencia Park Community Center – 1800 Viking Drive

• Southern Hills Community Center – 1002 Bert Kouns Ind. Loop

• A.B. Palmer Community Center – 547 E. 79th Street

• Princess Park Community Center – 931 Baker Street

• David Raines Community Center – 2920 Round Grove Lane

• Southern Hills Park and Community Center – 1002 Bert Kouns Ind. Loop

• David Raines Community Center - 2920 Round Grove Lane

• Hattie Perry Community Center – 4300 Ledbetter Street

• Lakeside Park Community Center – 2200 Milam Street

SPAR Pools:

• David Raines Community Center – 2920 Round Grove Lane

• Southern Hills Park and Community Center – 1002 Bert Kouns Ind. Loop

SPAR Spray Grounds:

• David Raines Community Center - 2920 Round Grove Lane

• Hattie Perry Community Center – 4300 Ledbetter Street

• Lakeside Park Community Center – 2200 Milam Street