COVID-19 -- Bartlett Parks & Recreation Facilities Closing Until Further Notice
In an effort to remain proactive in our response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the City of Bartlett Parks & Recreation Department is canceling or postponing all events through the end of April including the following:
Easter Egg Hunt & Easter Bonnet Contest at W.J. Freeman Park
Kid’s Night Out at the Bartlett Recreation Center
BPRD "Spring Fling" Baseball Tournament at Deermont Park
Pickleball "Spring Fling" Tourney
Keep Bartlett Beautiful / Parks Cleanup Day
Spring Dance at the Bartlett Senior Center
Special Recreation Spring Dance at Singleton Community Center
Additionally all outdoor playgrounds, tennis courts, and restrooms will be closed beginning Monday, 3/23/2020 until further notice.
For all Singleton questions or inquires please call our front desk between 8am-5pm Monday-Friday at (901) 385-5593.
Please continue to follow our social media outlets and website for updates on when facilities and activities will resume.
Established in 1983, Singleton Community Center has a long and storied history in the community. The facility originally served as the original Ellendale Elementary School (1918 to 1976) before it was purchased from Shelby County Schools by the City of Bartlett. Singleton has an auditorium, classrooms and a gymnasium where a wide variety of activities are offered throughout the year.