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Welcome to the City of Duncanville
Parks & Recreation


On behalf of all our dedicated staff members, I want to welcome you to the Duncanville Parks and Recreation Department.  We have a multitude of parks, amenities, programs and events that are sure to bring you happiness, leisure, and fitness opportunities as we also enjoy celebrating our heritage and community spirit.  Visit our Recreation Center, Hopkins Senior Center, or take a stroll through one of our scenic parks.  Check out the Duncanville Fieldhouse, a premier national sports venue, perfect for your next tournament or event.  And if you are looking to catch some of the nation's top young talent in basketball or volleyball, you are sure to find it at the Fieldhouse throughout the year.

Duncanville Parks and Recreation, we are here to serve you and we look forward to bringing smiles to you and your family.

Mission Statement:

Actively evolving with our diverse community by creating a purpose for a healthier life.

Meet our Parks & Recreation Staff:

Bart Stevenson, Director
Veronica Williams, Recreation Superintendent
Cherry Peel, Recreation Specialist
Timothy Hamilton, Parks/Athletics Manager
Rashidah Madyun, Senior Activities Supervisor
Dennis Souter, Building Maintenance Supervisor
LaTisha Brice, Fieldhouse Manager

Duncanville Fieldhouse



Duncanville Recreation Center
Duncanville residents and nonresidents can also enjoy the Duncanville Recreation Center, located at 201 James Collins Boulevard. Amenities at the recreation center include:

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