CREEDMOOR — The city of Creedmoor will celebrate the opening of the Creedmoor Community Center with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday, April 27, at 7 p.m., followed by the center’s opening for the first full day of operation on Wednesday, April 28.

The completion of the Creedmoor Community Center marks a new era as the city seeks to better serve the needs of citizens. Renovations to the original building and the addition of a recreational facility will provide space to support the city’s community events and programs. Design for the center began in January of 2018 by Durham architect MHAworks, and construction began with a groundbreaking ceremony in April 2019 with contractor Harrod and Associates.

Inside the community center, you will find the Willow Oak Room, a rentable ballroom for community and private events, a flexible classroom that can be divided into two spaces, an aerobic exercise room, and a computer lab. Additionally, residents will have access to the South Granville Senior Center, complete with a prep kitchen, administrative offices and a sunroom leading outside to a spacious deck.

The new gymnasium features a full-size basketball court, an open exercise area with gym equipment, an indoor walking track, and Recreation Department staff office space. Just outside of the gym, you will find a partially shaded, paved walking track and a multi-purpose athletic field.

“We are thrilled to open the Creedmoor Community Center to the public,” Mayor Bobby Wheeler said. “It has been a long year without events and programs put on by our great Recreation Department staff. We can’t wait to bring the community back together in this new space.”

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