Parks and Recreation

Easter Egg Scramble
Saturday, April 8, 2017, 2:00 PM at the Main City Park

Join us on Saturday, April 8th at 2:00 PM in the Main City Park for our annual EASTER EGG SCRAMBLE!  Free fun includes music, photos with the Easter Bunny, snow cones and of course an egg hunt!

Download the flyer here: Easter Egg Scramble
It’s time to get the kids enrolled in swim lessons!  Live Oak is proud to offer one of the most popular programs around, with a low student to instructor ratio and highly knowledgeable staff.  Registration for children 3-10 years of age will take place on Tuesday, April 11th from 5-8 p.m. in the Public Works building.  Swim lessons are held on Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday for a two week time period, and are 25 minutes long.  The 2017 Schedule is as follows:
  • Session 1: June 6th -15th           Morning only classes @ 10:30 or 11:00
  •  Session 2: June 20th – 29th            Morning only classes @ 10:30 or 11:00
  • Session 3: July 11th – 20th                 Evening only classes @ 7:00 or 7:30
  •  The cost for Live Oak residents is $30.00 per session, and is due at registration.  *Proof of residency with a valid driver’s license is required at time of registration.

Memorial Day Parade & Rembemberance Walk
Saturday, May 27, 2017
10:00 AM (Parade)/9:45 AM (Walk)

The annual Memorial Day Parade will take place May 27th at 10:00 a.m., with the Remembrance Walk kicking off at 9:45 a.m. immediately before the parade. The city will provide flags at the start of the walk that can be dedicated to fallen loved ones, or carried in remembrance of heroes no longer with us. The flags will be carried for the duration of the walk and placed in front of the Clubhouse at the conclusion of the event, where they will remain for the Memorial Day weekend.  Families, businesses, church groups…anyone is welcome to participate in this meaningful tribute!  The Memorial Day parade route will travel down Forest Bluff, turn Left of Toepperwein, right onto Leafy Hollow, left onto Welcome Dr., right onto Old Spanish Trail and right onto Shin Oak. The parade will end at the Live Oak Clubhouse and sno-cones and music will be available at the Clubhouse after the event. Those interested in participating in the parade may contact Courtney Weese at 210-653-9140, ext. 235 or email at

Download the flyer here: Memorial Day Parade  


Looking for a summer job?  The Live Oak Pool provides a wonderful opportunity for those young adults looking for a summer job.  The City of Live Oak will be hosting a FREE Lifeguard Certification Course for those who commit to work the 2017 summer pool season.  Students must complete the hiring and employment process upon successful completion of the class.  For more information, please call Courtney Weese at 210-653-9140, ext. 235 or visit our Human Resources page at

For information regarding the above programs, please call Courtney Weese, Recreation Coordinator at 653-9140, ext. 235 or email or Cathi Piotrowski, Public Works Administrative Assistant at 653-9140 ext. 234 or email

Boating Ordinance for Live Oak Lake

On August 11th, the City of Live Oak City Council passed an ordinance to allow for the use of kayaks, canoes, paddleboards, paddle boats and other non-motorized watercraft on Live Oak Lake.  This does NOT include the use of individual or manually inflatable rafts or boats.  The following are a few reminders for those wishing to engage in boating in Live Oak:

1. The City of Live Oak requires approved life jackets (PDF's) be worn at all times by anyone in a watercraft.

2.  There are no vehicles allowed off the roadway, and portage of all watercraft must be accomplished by walking.

3.  Consuming or possessing of alcoholic beverages while engaging in boating is prohibited.

4.  The use of personal watercraft is limited to daylight hours only.

5. Swimming is not allowed in Live Oak Lake.

The City of Live Oak strives to provide new and exciting recreational activities for the community.  We hope that you will remain a safe and responsible boater, and most of all have fun!  For more information, and to see the complete ordinance that pertains to boating on Live Oak Lake, please see Ordinance #1521.

For more information about all of our specials events, please visit our Special Events Page

For information about our Municipal Pool and pool events, please visit our Pool Page


Community Service Opportunities:


There are many ways to further enhance your education, and participating in community service is among the best!  Many colleges and universities look not only at a student’s academic achievements, but also how they have served the community.  Live Oak offers many opportunities year round for students and adults alike to participate in exciting programs, and receive recognition while doing it.

For information, please call Courtney Weese, Recreation Coordinator at 653-9140, ext. 235 or email at
Or call Cathi Piotrowski, Administrative Assistant, 653-9140, ext. 234 or email at


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