Resident and Non-Resident Membership – Individual
Adult - Picture ID for identification from Group A and Proof of Residency from Group B.
Senior - Picture ID for identification from Group A and Proof of Residency from Group B.
Youth - Parent Picture ID for identification from Group A and Parent Proof of Residency from Group B. Report card, Driver’s license or birth certificate of youth.
College - Picture ID for identification from Group A and Proof of Residency from Group B. Copy of current (within 90 days) tuition statement or class schedule. If applicable address appears on tuition statement or class schedule either document will be acceptable as Group B proof of residency. Ages 18-23 only.
Veteran - Picture ID for identification from Group A and Proof of Residency from Group B and copy of DD214
(DD214 required for initial membership only).
Resident and Non-Resident Membership - Family
Primary Adult - Picture ID for identification from Group A and Proof of Residency from Group B
Secondary Adult - If Primary’s proof of residency (Group B) has both primary and secondary names then no other documentation required. Example: Bank/Credit Card Statement shows both names and the home address. If unable to provide joint documentation, then Group A & B documentation are required for each adult.
Children 18 and under - Must provide either one of the following: report card (with same address as primary), birth certificate (with either primary or secondary adult name), or driver’s license (with same address as primary).
Same criteria as above but additionally must provide a current pay stub from a business within Broadview Heights.
Driver’s License or State ID
Passport or Visa
Group B (current within 90 days)
Credit Card Statement
Thank you to everyone who came out to support Issues 15 & 16 on Election Day.
The Recreation Bond Issue (Issue 16) passed and the New Community & Recreation Center will be built!
The tax levy for the additional operating costs (Issue 15) did not pass. We would still like to keep the membership fees the same for residents. We will be working on alternate plans to cover the additional operating costs. We may go out for an operating levy again in the future.
The proposed expansion of the Broadview Heights Community & Recreation Center will offer something for everyone.
• A new aquatic area to include:
Dedicated time for seniors: lap lanes, lazy river walking, water exercise and self-guided therapy in activity pool
Zero depth entry wading area with play features, activity space
Water slides and a lazy river for kids
Lap lanes, sauna, steam room and whirlpool for adults
Large doors that open to a sun deck
• Modern locker room facilities and additional family changing rooms
• Dedicated senior space and programming
• Additional gyms for basketball and volleyball
• Drop down batting cages
• Indoor soccer area
• New fitness center with state-of-the-art equipment
• Indoor track for walking and running
• Multi-purpose rooms available for rent
• Expanded childcare facilities
• Increased safety and security measures