The village of Monticello has the following
Ted Stroebele Recreation Center
(Neighborhood Facility) home to:
Department Of Parks & Recreation
Monticello Justice Court & Office
Monticello Police Department Division
Monticello Senior Citizens Club
MobilMedic (private ambulance service)
Meeting Place for Community Groups
Nutrition Site for Senior Meals
A permit for the use of the TSRC is available on this website, along with the rules
and regulations for use.
The Ted Stroebele Recreation Center does not permit use for private parties.
It is a meeting place for not-for-profit organizations and community groups.
Park hours 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. (or dusk if earlier)
Dogs must be on a leash and curbed
A noise ordinance is in effect
Groups of 15 or more people require a permit. Applications for permits are available
on this website
Pavilion and barbecue pit for public use
Toddler playground & older age playground
Six tennis courts
Tennis lessons and leagues are available
A fee of $5/person/hour or permit is required to use the courts from July 1st through
labor day, and weekends in June
Permit prices: Village resident up to 64 years old - $60 65 years + $20
Nonresidents up to 64 years old - $85 65 years + $50
Permits may be purchased from the Village Clerk - please bring a photo and identification
Dehoyos Park Pond
Walking trail around pond
Stocked with fish, frogs and turtles
Dillon Park Pool
Open from July 4 through August 31
Open noon to 7 p.m.; every day whether permitting
Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult
Basketball Court - "The Cage"
Located behind the Ted Stroebele Recreation Center
The Parks and Recreation Department is funded by the Village of Monticello primarily
for the use of his residents. In most cases non-residents may participate in recreational
activities. They may pay a higher fee and preference is given to Village residents
if a program has a limit on the number of participants.