Contact Us


Office: (254) 933-5860
Fax: (254) 933-2469

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 120
Belton, TX 76513

Physical Address:
401 N. Alexander St.
Belton, TX 76513

8 am-5 pm

Parks Master Plan


The City of Belton has a number of recreational programs that take place at the Harris Community Center, 401 N. Alexander St. These programs provide a broad range of quality recreational programs for citizens of Belton and surrounding communities.
The Parks and Recreation Department is always looking to provide new recreational programs to the community. If you have the ability to teach a recreational class or have a suggestion one, please lets us know by calling (254) 933-5861 or by E-mail.

Bricks 4 Kidz
B4KBricks 4 Kidz is described as a way to develop a child's potential by encouraging curiosity and creativity. Children learn and grow with fun filled model plans that are designed by engineers and architects and provide an engaging platform that reinforces S.T.E.M. based principles and learning with Lego(R) bricks. The program is also described as a way to enhance self esteem, improve fine-motor skills, and teach important classroom lessons such as organization and following directions. Classes are at the Harris Community Center, 401 N. Alexander St. For information on the classes e-mail Michael Dark, or visit the Bricks 4 Kidz Website

Community Garden

Garden photoIn partnership with Leadership Belton and the Belton Chamber of Commerce, the City of Belton has opened a Community Garden located in Heritage Park, 100 Park 
Avenue. The Garden has 39 plots, each 4 ft. X 8 ft. Plots are available to residents of Belton upon request. Membership requests require applicants to show proof of residency within Belton city limits. There are no fees associated with being granted a plot, however, members are required to adhere to Garden Rules, and commit to participating in a Spring and Fall cleanup each year. To request plots at the Community Garden visit the Belton Parks and Recreation Office, 401 N. Alexander St. 
Belton Community Garden Application

Mommy & Me Music and Movement Class
These classes are for toddlers and their caregivers. They feature songs, movement, baby sign language, and instruments such as rhythm sticks and shakers! 
Where: Harris Community Center
When: Each Thursday 9:30-10:15 starting in February 2018. First class on February 1st!
Price: $5/child per class (No pre-registration required)
For questions regarding this class, please contact Katrina McGaughey at

Youth Advisory Commission (Y.A.C.)

DSC04259 - CopyThe City of Belton Youth Advisory Commission is an official commission of high school students residing in the Belton Independent School District. The goal of YAC is to develop youth leaders committed to learning about local government and the roles they can have in it, making a difference in our community and the lives of youth. Y.A.C. members coordinate and run our annual One Community One Day event, a service day where community members assist those in the community who need assistance with yard work or other projects. 

YAC Application & Proposed Calendar 2018-19

Youth Sports Associations
The Parks and Rec Department partners with the following youth sports associations:

Belton Youth Baseball Association
President: Steve Scott
P.O. Box 1111
Belton, TX 76513
Games Played at: Heritage Park & Jaycee Field
Belton Youth Softball Association
Association Contact: Marina Trevino
P.O. Box 1684

Belton, TX 76513
Games Played at: Chisholm Trail Park Softball Complex
Belton Christian Youth Center 
(254) 939-5759 
505 E. Ave C
Belton, TX 76513
FC Belton Soccer Club (Recreational Youth Soccer)
President: James Huckaby 
Games Played at: Heritage Park (Small Soccer Fields)

Instructor: Ivy Foster (Licensed Zumba Instructor)
Tuesday & Thursday 6-7 PM
at the Harris Community Center
$35 for 10 visit Punch card or $5/per class
Are you ready to party yourself into shape? Zumba Fitness® is the only Latin-inspired dance-fitness program that blends red-hot international music, created by Grammy Award-winning producers, and contagious steps to form a "fitness-party" that is downright addictive. 
"First class free to first time visitors! I would love for you to come party with us at the Harris Community Center! "-- Ivy Foster