Village of Key Biscayne
Village of Key Biscayne Community Center

Monday - Friday: 6 am to 10 pm
Saturday - Sunday: 8 am to 8 pm

Message from the Director: Working for You

Todd HofferberthDear Islanders:

The Parks & Recreation Department at the Village of Key Biscayne takes great pride in enhancing the quality of life of our residents, not only through the maintenance and programming of our parks, playing fields and playgrounds, but by providing Key residents with a number of other services and offerings.

The Key Biscayne Community Center is pleased to announce our new software registration system, RecTrac. This system will allow us to more effectively and efficiently serve our clients. As part of this transition, we are updating proof of residency for all accounts. Please note that all new program registrations and membership purchases must be accompanied by the following documentation:

• Photo identification, PLUS one of the following:
     – Current utility bill
     – Current vehicle registration certificate
     – Current real property tax bill or deed
     – Certificate or letter from the IRS
     – Tenants must bring a current lease (an annual lease is required for an
        annual membership)

We also listen to residents’ concerns and try to effectively address them. Recent survey results, for example, have indicated that two of the primary obstacles to using our parks and recreation facilities is the shortage of parking and traffic congestion.

Along with riding your bike and walking, there are various new ways you can get to the Community Center and parks. For one, the Village now offers Freebee on the Key, a new and expanded on-demand ride service that uses environmentally friendly, five-passenger, low-speed vehicles to shuttle residents around the Key. The service is available 8 a.m.-
8 p.m. Sunday-Thursday and 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. To request a ride, download the free app available for iPhones and Android devices, or just flag down a Freebee vehicle. In addition to Freebee on the Key, we also offer LimeBike, a new bike sharing program, as well as free transportation for seniors on select days – so residents have many options at their disposal.

Lastly, residents should be aware that we will begin to investigate the final expansion of the Community Center in the weeks and months to come. Watch out for more on that as
information becomes available.


Todd Hofferberth
Director, Parks & Recreation


April 23, 2019
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