The Coconut Creek Community Center is a great facility for people living in coconut creek to enjoy a variety of activities. There is a building with rooms to fit almost every community need for hosting a wide range of activities. For kids, youth and adults, there is no shortage of activities to engage themselves in. The environment around the building perfectly blends in and includes a park that families can always visit to enjoy fun activities. Different types of community events are regularly held at the Coconut Creek Community Center to serve different needs and important causes. Different programs and classes are often offered to cater for the needs of different age groups.
Below are some additional resources where more information about the Coconut Creek Community Center can be found.
Coconutcreek.Net – Community Center
Built in 2004, the Community Center sits on a beautiful urban park. The park has two playgrounds, basketball courts, pickleball courts, a band shell, and picnic table. Inside the Community Center is the Senior Center, a basketball court, meeting rooms, dance room, a game/computer room and a fitness center…Click here to read more.
CPZarchitects.Com – Coconut Creek Community Center
Chris P. Zimmerman, as Vice President and Senior Project Manager for Scharf & Associates, conducted the community input meeting to develop the program requirements for this facility. He then headed up the design team to design the 36,000 square foot, two story, Community Center and extensive park amenities.
The Community Center is comprised of a large, multi-function gymnasium, two large community meeting rooms, senior lounge, teen activity room, fitness center, and staff offices. The two large meeting rooms are equipped with movable wall partitions and the fitness center was located on the second floor and overlooks the gymnasium. The park design includes a skate park, multi-purpose sports court, children’s playground, a special events pavilion, exterior restroom building, picnic shelter, two boat docks and a dog park. The building and site were designed to blend together and promote views through the building to the exterior park areas…Click here to read more.