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Formation of the Derby Recreation Commission
In the April 1980 general election, the citizens of USD 260 voted to create a 1 mill levy tax assessment for the establishment of an organized recreation program throughout USD 260. The vote was made possible through a joint resolution drawn by the City of Derby and the USD 260 board in accordance with state statutes.
The Derby Recreation Commission is an autonomous governmental body governed by a five-member board. The board is appointed by the city of Derby (two members) the school board (two members) and an at-large appointment.
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The Derby Rec is comprised of three facilities, Derby Rec Center, Oaklawn Activity Center, and Hubbard Arts Center. Derby Rec Center and Oaklawn Activity Center are recreation facilities with lots to offer in ways of working out or recreating at large whether its on your own or by participating in a paid program or class. The Hubbard Arts Center is a facility programmed by the DRC for arts, culinary, sound recording, camps, and more.
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- Second Tuesday of the month
- Derby Recreation Center
- 801 E. Market Derby, KS 67037
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