- Parks and Recreation
- Bridgeton Recreation Center (BRC)
- Membership/ID Cards
The Bridgeton Recreation Center offers a variety of membership options for residents of Bridgeton, non-residents, and we now offer Business Advantage Memberships for those who work in the City of Bridgeton. You choose the level of membership that best meets your needs and budget.
What does a membership include?
Membership includes use of the indoor aquatic facility, gymnasium, walking track, and fitness center. Please note the availability of the gymnasium and pool are subject to change depending on scheduled activities. Members are eligible for reduced rates on classes, activities and services offered at the center; invited to participate in special, no-cost promotions (i.e. Bring a friend to class, new program introductions, etc.); and to receive reduced rates at the Bridgeton Crossing Family Aquatic Park.
|People in Membership
||Resident/Business Advantage Annual
||Resident/Business Advantage Monthly
|One and One
Membership Categories and Requirements
The following definitions will determine eligibility for each membership category:
The definition of a household for the purposes of a membership at the recreation center/pool season pass is no more than two (2) adults age of twenty-four (24) years and older, and their dependent children, who are permanently residing together as a single family/financial household unit within a residence that is their fixed and principal home. Dependents between the ages of eighteen (18) and twenty-three (23) must show proof of residency at that residential address. For the purposes of interpretation of the family definition, the following shall apply:
- That household unit must operate as a single financial and economic unit above and beyond merely sharing living arrangements and must share in the family resources and income as a unit
- Owners of residential property in Bridgeton are not eligible for resident memberships unless they permanently live at the address; resident privilege is transferred onto the renters of the property
- For persons age 18 or older, the residence must be the residential address shown on any motor vehicle operator’s license or other governmental license or other official documentation as their residence, the address where they are registered to vote, or the address that is listed as their residence on their most current federal income tax return or personal property tax receipt
- For persons under the age of 18, the residence must be the address listed for that child under any public school, private school or home school registration. Any children residing in the home must be the legal responsibility of at least one of the adults who is part of the household unit. Foster children are allowed on the household membership with proof of placement. “Dependent” implies tax dependent or dependent through marriage
- Persons residing temporarily at the residence such as visitors, relatives, grandchildren, childcare workers, nannies, or other temporary occupants of the home shall not be considered part of the household unit for the purposes of membership
- Non-custodial parents, grandparents, and other relatives are not eligible for a household pass, but may purchase a separate membership upon proof of their residency
- Roommates who only share the housing and utility expense shall not be considered operating as a single financial and economic unit (See One+One membership)
- All members of the household shall be present at the time the household membership is purchased
- Extended stay hotels and motels are not considered residential property
Individuals 16-59 years of age
Individuals 4-15 years of age
Individuals age 60 and older
Senior Couple Membership:
A couple, only one of which must be 60 years of age or older, both residing in the same household (see Household definition)
Membership for two adults, regardless of age, residing in the same household and not operating as a single financial or economic unit (i.e. roommates in an apartment building or house). For purposes of interpretation of One+One definition, the following shall apply: both parties must be present at the time they are applying for membership. Each must provide their own proof of residency in accordance with department requirements
Silver Sneakers/Prime/Renew Active Membership:
Membership is obtained by providing proof of a Silver Sneakers/Prime membership through Tivity, Inc. or a Renew Active membership through UHC
Business Advantage Membership (BAM!):
Employees of all businesses located in the City of Bridgeton are eligible for discounted membership rates. The employee is required to show a current payroll stub (not older than 60 days) with the Bridgeton business address on it, along with a current photo id. All members of the household must be present at the time when household memberships are purchased. BAMs are only applicable to annual memberships and do not qualify for reduced rates on daily admissions or value cards
Only available to Bridgeton residents; includes upstairs access at the BRC only (track and game room). This option does not give the holder of the pass member rates, only resident rates for classes, room rentals, outdoor pool admission/season passes, etc.
Resident Parks & Recreation Identification (ID) Card Registration
Parks and recreation identification cards are available at the recreation center and are current for twelve months from the purchase date. Resident ID’s allow residents to receive reduced prices on all parks and recreation programs, activities and daily admissions to the Bridgeton Crossing Family Aquatic Center, Berry Hill Golf Course and the Bridgeton Recreation Center. To obtain or renew your card, you must be a resident of the City of Bridgeton and present a valid photo ID (Missouri driver’s license or Parks and Recreation ID card) and one of the following: a current, unpaid utility bill, current voter’s registration card or personal property tax receipt bearing your name and address.
For new residents, a Bridgeton occupancy permit or valid lease will be accepted in lieu of non-photo ID requirements. For children 17 years and younger, a parent must be present when purchasing or renewing a child's ID For renewals, you will not receive a new ID card, so don’t throw out the one you have. Family members, 18 years of age and older are required to provide photo identification indicating that they reside at the family address.
Other Forms of Identifications
If you do not have the required proof of residency, please contact a departmental supervisor to arrange for alternative methods of identification. Senior citizens 60 years of age and older will receive their ID card free of charge with proper proof of residency.
The following fees are for residents 4 years and older:
- $10 for original card
- $10 for replacement card
Non-Resident Business Owners Parks & Recreation ID Cards
The City of Bridgeton extends the same parks and recreation privileges afforded our residents to the non-resident business owners within our community and their immediate family members.
Each member of the family 4 years of age and older will need cards to use park facilities and participate in organized activities. Family members, 18 years of age and older, are required to provide photo identification indicating that they reside at the family address.These privileges include reduced rates on the following:
- Admission fees
- Facility rentals
- Golf course greens fees
- Pool admissions
- Recreation programs
Apply for ID
Privileges are only extended to the person(s) identified on the City of Bridgeton Business License as the owner or managing officer and their immediate family. Immediate family is defined as no more than two adults and all related children under the age of twenty-three and living at the same address. To apply, bring a copy of your current business license and one form of photo identification to the Bridgeton Community Center, and request a Non-Resident Business Owner ID Card. In the case of clergy from Bridgeton religious organizations, the following guidelines also apply: only one Pastor/clergy member per organization. You must bring with you a utility bill, or other official piece of mail for the church/religious organization showing the pastor/clergy member's name, the name of the organization and a Bridgeton address.
The cost of each card is $10 and it allows you to receive your privileges for twelve months from the date of issuance. For your convenience, we recommend that once you’ve established your household that you bring your entire family at the same time to get their first cards. Once your family is in our system, it will make future renewals much easier.
The parks and recreation department will occasionally take photographs of people participating in recreation programs or using the facilities. These photos may be used for the department’s publications, brochures and flyers. All photos become the sole property of the department. If you do not wish to have your picture published, please inform the photographer.