Parks and Recreation

Mission Statement

The newly established Parks and Recreation Department promotes a healthy and sustainable community by listening and responding to the community’s needs and desires, protecting and preserving its natural spaces to improve ecological health, and developing and maintaining parks, open spaces, and recreation programs that are welcoming for all. promotes the health and well-being of the entire North Bay Village community by collaboratively providing high-quality parks, facilities, and programs.  Our mission will be accomplished through sustainable practices and partnerships, as well as focusing on the common good, service excellence and with health at the core of all we do.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Sustainability & Resilience: We consciously invest in park and natural spaces while continually preserving and protecting them to benefit future generations.
  • Connection to Place: We acknowledge and learn from our community’s history and how parks and recreation contributes to forming a place where people want to live, work and play.
  • Accessibility and Belonging: We foster a sense of belonging and curiosity through spaces and programs where everyone feels welcome and secure.
  • Community Well-being: We offer welcoming parks, natural spaces and programs to aid individuals’ well-being (physical, mental, and emotional health).
  • Fun: We promote park spaces and programs where people have fun, build connections, and make memories.
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Vogel Park

Dr. Paul Vogel Community Park is located at 7920 West Dr, North Bay Village, FL 33141.

Schonberger Park

Philip Schonberger Memorial  Playground is located at 1841 Galleon Street, North Bay Village, FL 33141.

Civic Park

The North Bay Village Civic Park is located at 7903 East Dr, North Bay Village, FL 33141.

Contact Information

Parks and Recreation

Office Hours

Monday – Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm

Park Hours

Daily, Sunrise – Sunset


For pavilion rentals please contact (305)756-7171

Vogel Park Pavilion Rental Fee: Resident $100 / Non-Resident $175
Schonberger Tot Lot Park Pavilion Rental Fee: Resident $100 / Non-Resident $175

Yoga in the Park

  • Vogel Park
  • Wednesdays 6:00 pm, Saturday 9:00 AM 
  • Bring mat, towel and water
  • Sponsored by: Commissioner Streitfeld & Commissioner Daro

AFA Project

  • North Bay Village (NBV) has been considering a partnership that would bring new recreational amenities and services for Treasure Island Elementary School (TIES) students, NBV residents, and the public, while minimizing taxpayer expense.
  • The Argentine Football Association (AFA) won an open bidding process to partner with NBV on the redevelopment of the NBV Public Works Lot on Galleon Street, which currently holds a condemned building, parking for sanitation trucks, and a sewer pump station set to be moved underground.
  • The site would then house the 1st-ever NBV community center and padel courts for the community to enjoy.

NBV Kids

North Bay Village organizes and hosts various activities and events for children across North Bay Village and their families.

These programs, many of them at no cost, are held throughout the year, including sports outings, athletic skills camps, art programs, summer camp, and more to provide a safe haven for kids to enjoy the outside, make new friendships, learn new things and grow as the youngest residents of North Bay Village.

Skills Camps

Children ages 5 to 11 can participate in athletic skills programs at different times of the year. In the winter and spring, the Village hosts a Basketball Skills Camp at the basketball courts at Treasure Island Elementary School. Children meet up in the evening for the chance to build their skills.

summer camp

Summer Camp

In the summer, parents can register their children (ages 5 – 12) for a daily summer camp from June through August. Activities include outdoor games, field trips and themed weeks.

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