June 27, 2019
Novi Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services: 248.347.0400
Input needed to help shape future of Novi parks
We are updating the City's Strategic Community Recreation & Master Park Plan and need your feedback.

The plan will be used to guide the improvements and activities that occurr within the City's park system over the next five years, and your input plays a vital role as the plan is about serving your individual and family recreation needs.

The survey will only take about 10-15 minutes to complete and contains questions related to your experience with the parks system and what you would like to see changed.

If you have any questions, feel free to call 248.347.0400.
Join us for some fun at the Sizzling Summer Series
The Sizzling Summer Series takes the Fourth of July week off but returns with a pair of events on July 10 and 12.

The Music Lady Beverly Meyer will entertain crowds starting at 10:30am on Wednesday, July 10, at Pavilion Shore Park, while the pop-up waterpark comes to Fuerst Park on Friday, July 12, from 7-9pm. The Friday event also includes the movie "Incredibles 2" on the big screen.

Both events are free and open to the public. For additional information, visit cityofnovi.org.
Shoreline restoration to improve Lakeshore Beach
Lakeshore Beach is closed for the summer but we promise the short hiatus will be worth it come next year.

As part of the overall Lakeshore Park project, the beach is undergoing a shoreline restoration project that will restore much of the shoreline that has washed away over the years, along with additional work to increase handicap accessibility and improve emergency access.

We appreciate your patience and understanding as we work to improve recreation opportunities in Novi for years to come.
Get the tools you need to take better photos
Explore photography concepts, camera and lens types, shooting modes and settings, as well as best practices for storing your digital images and options for editing images at the Intro to DSLR Photography course Wednesdays starting July 10.

This four-week program is for ages 16+ and catered toward those looking to get into photography or someone who already owns a DSLR camera. The goal of the program is to advance from automatic mode into assisted modes and eventually manual mode.

Cost is $60/resident, $72/non-resident. Bring your camera and instruction booklet. Classes take place from 7-8:30pm at the Novi Civic Center.