B-Rec cards are typically issued at Bridgewater Community Center. Due to the spike in Covid-19 cases, BCC is closed to the public right now. So, what can you do about your expired B-Rec card while BCC is closed to the public? B-Rec cards can still be renewed online by logging into your Community Pass account. You can also call B-Connected (908-4212) to renew your B-Rec card.
Have you recently moved to town and need your first B-Rec card? Right now, your ID with current address can serve as your B-Rec card at both Generations Park and Sandy Bottom Recycle Center. We will make announcements when BCC is open to the public again.
Are you wondering what is a B-Rec card and why you would want one? B-Rec cards are your ticket to all services offered by our phenomenal Parks & Rec system. Available to those who live within the corporate limits of Bridgewater, B-Rec cards provide:
- FREE park shelter reservations
- FREE access to:
- Generations Park Ice Rink
- Sandy Bottom Par 3 Golf Course and Mini Golf
- Doug Will Tennis Center (You must be complete the FREE registration process on Community Pass for your card to function as a key card to enter the Tennis Facility.)
- FREE Passport Photos at the Bridgewater Community Center (to resume when Covid allows)
- FREE wristband for unlimited rides at Bridgewater’s Summer’s End Celebration (Labor Day)