The City of Peoria's Teen Program offers a variety of activities and events for teenagers and young adults. We specialize in things to do for teenagers and creating activities that are engaging for teens and their friends, as well as the opportunity to meet new people. Our programming includes dances, college campus tours, and special events at the Rio Vista Recreation Center. If it's happening for teens, it's on this page! Please bookmark this page and check back often to see the latest updates.
NEW RECREATION SOFTWARE:
The City of Peoria transitioned to a new program called RecPlace on January 7, 2019. This replaces the previous system called RecConnect. Read a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about the new system.
If you have NOT logged into your on-line account since January 7, you may NOT have access to the new system . Please check to make sure you can log into your account BEFORE you attempt to register or you WILL experience delays as you will need to call the Admin office to set up a new account or reset your password.
Teen Activities at the Community Center
Call 623-773-7436 for details on these activities at the Community Center. Register for Teen Activities online.
Fitness/Dance Room (for youth and family)
We welcome fitness buffs and dancers alike to enjoy the Fitness Room at the Community Center. Dancers may schedule the use of the room in 45 minute blocks between the hours of 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. on Saturdays. Use of the Fitness Room is for practice that does not involve any paid instruction classes.
Fitness Room and equipment is available to ages 16+ with signed fitness waiver. Call 623-773-7436 for public availability. There can be no paid instruction of any kind.
Events, clubs, arts and crafts and so much more available
Peoria Youth Advisory Board
Make a difference in your community, make new friends, learn leadership skills, and get involved! If you are currently in grades 7th-11th and a City of Peoria resident, you are eligible to join. The Youth Advisory Board consists of nineteen local youth who advise the City Council, through the City Manager, on recreation programs, events, ordinances and proposals pertaining to youth within our community. Representatives are appointed by City Council, from all areas of the City, from local, charter, and private schools. For more information, contact the City Clerk’s office at (623) 773-7340.