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The "505", formerly the Delray Beach Woman's Club, was built in 1957. The Woman's Club offered to share their facility with the City for the development of a Recreation Center focusing on the community's teen population. The Woman's Club continues to hold monthly meetings at the "505".
Yearly memberships are required. A fee of $10.00 for Delray Beach Residents, and $20.00 for non-residents, is required along with an application. Participants under the age of 18 are required to register with a parent or legal guardian and a notary. Applications are available at the Center or below.
The "505" Teen Center is a safe facility open to all community teens for recreation while helping them develop a positive self-image, enthusiastic attitude, greater self-awareness, and constructive peer interaction.
The mission of the "505" Teen Center is to make a difference in the life of each child and the youth of today by offering educational and recreational opportunities designed to promote self-esteem, respect for others, social responsibility and develop leadership skills in a supervised, safe, and secure facility.
The "505" Amenities Include
Full-size Outdoor Basketball Court
Lounge Area with TV and DVD Player
Xbox 360 games
Free public wi-fi
Recreational Programs Include
Challenge Day: Staff vs. Teens
Staff at this Location
Recreation Supervisor III Danielle B. Pearson
Recreation Supervisor II Tony Chin
Hobbit Skate Park
505 Teen Center and Hobbit Skate Park ThumbnailOn December 20, 2008, the "505" Teen Center's Skate Park was renamed after one of the Center's Recreation Supervisor II, Jason "Hobbit" Weinstein, who passed away on September 5, 2008. Jason worked hard and built the Skate Park up to what it is today. He taught the skaters the importance of wearing the safety gear as well as gave them tips and tricks to improve their skating. His love and dedication to the skate park and teens will be greatly missed and he will forever be in our hearts.
Hobbit Skate Park is a 10,000 square foot fenced in park including half-pipe, quarter pipe, fun box, grind rails and more.
Yearly memberships are required and cost $10.00 for Delray Beach Residents, and $20.00 for non-residents, along with an application. Participants under the age of 18 are required to register with a parent or legal guardian and a notary. Applications are available at the center or on our website at MyDelrayBeach.com.
In-line skaters and skateboards only, no bicycles. Strapped helmets are required to be worn at all times. No sharing of helmets at anytime.
Minimum age to skate is 5 years old.
The "505" Teen Center's Skate Park was given the Bronze Medal in Best Skate Park from the South Florida Parenting Magazine's Kids Crown Awards in 2006.
Visit the website for more information as well as waiver forms and applications.