May 30, 2019
Novi Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services: 248.347.0400
Upgrades to Lakeshore Park, Beach underway
Lakeshore Park and Lakeshore Beach will be closed this summer to allow for a pair of projects to take place.

The enhancements at Lakeshore Park include the construction of a 6,200-square-foot building designed for Novi Parks and Public Library programming, a paved parking lot, new park shelter, library kiosk, restroom access from outside of the building and more. At Lakeshore Beach, a shoreline stabilization project is planned to help with erosion in the area.

Access to the mountain bike and hiking trails remains open, although there may be some instances requiring temporary closure.

We understand this may be an inconvenience for residents, but doing the work in this manner will allow us to have the park and new building open in the spring.
Improve your soccer skills through youth futsal
Hone in on the technical side of your soccer skills by taking part in Youth Futsal programs this summer.

Programs range from free futsal clinics on Thursdays starting June 20 to personal one-on-one training and small group training throughout the summer.

Futsal is played 5v5 on a hard surfaced court with low-bounce ball. It develops skills through fast-thinking, quick reflexes and pin-point passing. Programs are offered to players from age 7 to 17.
Be creative at the Drawing & Printmaking Camp
Experiment, play and explore in both familiar and new drawing and printmaking media at the Drawing & Printmaking Camp on June 24-28.

The camp, which runs from 9-4pm for ages 7-11, will teach students traditional drawing and printmaking skills and techniques while promoting confidence to think outside the box and engage in creative problem solving to achieve their artistic visions.

Families are invited to an artist showcase on Friday to celebrate the work done throughout the week. Cost is $220/resident & $253 non-resident.
Share your thoughts on the future of Novi's parks
Novi Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services is looking for resident input for its 2020-24 Strategic Community Recreation and Master Park Plan.

A short survey has been created, and the information will be used to guide the improvements and activities that occur within the City's park system over the next five years. You play a vital role in creating this plan because it is about serving your individual and family recreation needs.

The survey only takes 10-15 minutes to complete. Please share the link with your friends and neighbors, too.