Parks & Recreation
The mission of the Cheney Parks & Recreation Department is to create community through people, parks and programs.
Cheney Parks & Recreation offers activities for all ages, from youth to adults and senior citizens. Whether you are looking for health and fitness activities, crafts, cultural outings, or adult education -- we have it all!
Spring and Summer Brochure now available for viewing online!
To view the entire brochure please click on Recreation Programs below as the brochure is broken down into sections.
Online Registration is under construction, please call (509) 498-9250 to register for a program during regular business hours.
Cheney has over 40 acres of municipal developed park land which includes an outdoor swimming pool, many playgrounds and picnic areas, as well as athletic fields.
We offer a year-round recreation program with a variety of classes for all ages.
In the immediate surrounding area, there are many lakes and streams for fishing, boating and swimming.
There is a 3.5-mile paved recreational trail (Fish Lake Trail) immediately adjacent to Cheney for bicyclists, roller blades and walking.
We are taking registrations for Summer Preschool! Call 509.498.9250 to register for June, July or August Preschool.
Friday, June 14th - Camp CASLO begins
Friday, June 14th - Outdoor Pool Opens
Saturday, June 15th - Outdoor Pool Free Swim
Saturday, June 15th - Junk in Your Trunk
Saturday, June 15th - Men;s Singles Tennis Tournament
Saturday, June 29th - Men's Doubles Tennis Tournament
For More information on the upcoming events please call (509) 498-9250 during regular business hours.
Cheney ABC Preschool
Special Events & Facility Rental
Download the Cheney Parks & Recreation Comprehensive Plan
Download the 50 Acre Park Master Plan
Park Board Information
Cheney Youth Comission Information
- Let's Move, Cheney Coalition
The City of Cheney does not discriminate against any person on the basis of sex in the operation, conduct, or administration of community athletic programs and facilities. Any citizen who feels he or she has been the victim of discriminatory treatment in violation of this policy should report their concern to the Parks & Recreation Director, Paul Simmons, at (509) 498-9295 for appropriate investigation.