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COVID-19 Update
Some information on these pages may be out of date or moot following Gov. Doug Ducey’s March 25 order barring Pima County from taking additional mitigation efforts to limit the spread of COVID-19. We will update these pages as soon as necessary and possible.

Registration for the Pima County NRPR programs listed below has been temporarily postponed or suspended. At this time it has not been determined when our facilities will resume this programming. Please watch this website page for more information.

Teens (Ages 14-17) have the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities at any of the centers listed below. Each center encourages the teen participants to select and plan their own activities. Activities may include tournament nights, fund-raisers (car wash, bake sales, raffles), dances, pool, ping pong, basketball, bowling, cards, career exploration, camping, hiking, biking, volleyball, trips, and special events. Fundraisers enable the teens to earn money for special events or projects. The Teen Program is a year-round activity. The program is free except for some special events. 

Ajo Community Center
290 5th Street, Ajo, AZ

Arivaca Community Center
16012 Universal Ranch Road, Arivaca, AZ

Catalina Recreation Center
16652 N. Oracle Road, Catalina, AZ

Drexel Heights Community Center
5220 S. San Joaquin Avenue, Tucson, AZ

Ellie Towne Flowing Wells Community Center
1660 W. Wetmore Road, Tucson, AZ

Littletown Community Center
6465 S. Craycroft Road, Tucson, AZ

Robles Ranch Community Center
16150 W. Ajo Highway, Tucson, AZ

John A. Valenzuela Youth Center
1550 S. 6th Avenue, South Tucson, AZ
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3500 W. River Road
Tucson, AZ 85741

(520) 724-5000

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