|Hours of Operation|
|Monday - Friday:||8:00am- 9:00pm|
|Saturday:||9:00am - 8:00pm|
|Sunday:||1:00pm - 6:00pm|
|Staff at this location|
|Acting Recreation Supervisor III/Site Supervisor||Rashod Smith|
|Recreation Supervisor I||Reggie Dobard, Sr. (Ball Fields), Roland Flynn|
|Senior Recreation Leader||Kevin Huggins (Basketball), Aja Raymond (on call)|
|Administrative Assistant||Priscilla Patrick|
|Staff Assistant I||Verna Pinder|
|Building Maintenance Worker||Azim Hosein, Victor Alves|
|Office Assistant I||Michelle Seabrooks|
Pompey Park is named after long-time Delray Beach resident C. Spencer Pompey and covers 17.5 acres of land. Adjacent to the recreation center is the Pompey Park Pool with both swimming and wading pools.
Pompey Park amenities include:
- Game Room
- Table Tennis
- Billiard Tables
- Auditorium with a Stage
- Full Kitchen
- Indoor and Outdoor Basketball Courts
- Indoor Volleyball
- Batting Cages
- Outdoor Lighted Tennis Courts
- Outdoor Lighted Racquetball Courts
- Conference Room/Meeting Rooms
- TV/Lounge area
Recreational programs include:
- Youth Football and Cheerleading
- Tee Ball/Youth Baseball
- Adult Athletic Leagues
- Delray Divas Step Team
- Diamonds and Pearls Dance Team
- Out of School Program
- Tennis Lessons
- Karate/Martial Arts
- Youth Track and Field
- Instructional Classes
- Youth Basketball
- Computer Classes
- Adult Dance
- Youth Flag Football
- Mae Volen Senior Lunch Program
Pompey Park Reservations (Athletic Fields and Meeting Rooms) can be made by calling Pompey Park at (561) 243-7356 or visit the Permit and Rental page to print Permit Applications.
Thor Guard Lightning Prediction System
This system can detect lightning within a 12-mile radius, and the warning will consist of a one 15-second blast of a horn and a strobe light will begin to flash. The horn and the strobe light are attached to the top of the concession buildings. The horn is audible throughout the park and the strobe light is visible.
When park-goers hear or see this signal, all activities shall be suspended; they should leave the fields and immediately seek an appropriate, safe shelter which includes large buildings, lightning shelters, automobiles/trucks, or tunnels with no standing water. Do Not Stay in Dugouts! People should avoid open areas, water, tall trees, metal fences, overhead wires and power lines, high ground areas, telephones and cellular phones, radios, and small, unprotected shelters like dugouts. Any one not following these guidelines and remains outdoors or in an inappropriate area or shelter will do so at their own risk.
The system will also detect safe conditions after a storm has passed and activities may resume only after three 5-second blasts of the horn are sounded, and the strobe light stops flashing.
If you have any questions or need any additional information, please contact Tom Kwiatek, Recreation Supervisor III, at (561) 243-7255 or email@example.com.