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The City of Roseville is committed to offering affordable programs for all city residents. Below are a few of the programs we offer to help families afford quality recreation programming.

This supervised playground program provides 8 weeks of summer fun and entertainment including games, crafts, sports and more. Registered participants can attend weekly trips to the pool, and off-site special events including the annual Sparks Camp Ninja Warrior and the end of summer trip to Roseville Aquatics Complex.

See the summer recreation guide for dates, locations, fees and other details.

Youth Passport (Reduced Program Fees)

The City of Roseville wants every resident child to have an opportunity to participate in a supervised recreation program. In an effort to provide affordable programs, the Parks & Recreation Department created the Youth Passport. Income eligibility guidelines have been established to provide 3 options for participation in Recreation activities. This program is for City of Roseville residents only. Approved applicants can choose from one of the following:

1. Swim Passport

Swimsuit and towel provided by Operation Swim for each approved child.
Free participation in 2 morning/evening swim lesson sessions at Johnson Pool

2. Sparks Passport

Reduced Sparks Camp program registration fees
Reduced to $50 per child per session (4 total sessions)
Full summer participation is reduced to $200 per child for the 8 week summer camp program.

3. Program Passport

50% off registration fees for all Recreation programs & classes (up to $75)
50% off single or multiple programs up to $75 per child.
Example: Youth Dance Class is $20. You pay $10 and $10 will be deducted from the $75 Program Passport. The balance on the Program Passport is now $65.

PLEASE NOTE: Funding for the Youth Passport is contingent upon available grant monies


Complete Swim / Sparks Passport or Program Passport application
Attach proof of Roseville residency (copy of current utility bill or drivers license/id card)
Attach 1 month most recent proof of household income (copy of current pay-stubs or TANF print-out)
Attach a copy of current 1040 taxes (for Program Passport ONLY)
Take all documents to the Parks & Recreation Administration office located at 316 Vernon Street, Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-5:00 pm.

If the total household income is the same or less than the amounts on the income scale below, children in the family will be eligible for fee assistance. “Household” means a group of related, or non-related, individuals living as one economic unit and sharing living expenses, including rent, clothes, food, medical and utility bills.

A household is defines as all persons occupying a housing unit. The occupants may be a family, as defined in 24 CFR 5.403; two or more families living together; or any other group of related or unrelated persons who share living arrangements, regardless of actual or perceived, sexual orientation, gender identity, or marital status.


 Weekly Income 

 Monthly Income 

 Annual Income 


$900 $3,904 $46,850































(916) 746-1260

The information provided on this Youth Passport Application will not be given to anyone that is not part of the Parks and Recreation Department administrative staff. The information will be used only to decide if the child is eligible to receive reduced program fees. For more info, please contact Roseville Parks and Recreation Department at (916) 746-1260.

2019 Program Passport Description
2019 Program Passport Application
2019 Swim Lessons / Sparks Description & Eligibility
2019 Swim Lessons / Sparks Application 

Programa de Pasaporte - Program Passport Description (Spanish)
APLICACIÓN DEL PROGRAMA DE PASAPORTE - Program Passport Application (Spanish)

Programa de Nadar/Sparks Passport Description (Spanish)

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