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In CASE You Were Wondering
After spending almost two decades in an old shopping center location, the citizens of Sand Springs decided it was time for a change. The Case Community Center opened its doors September 2nd, 2008. The $4.3M funding for the construction of the Case Community Center was made available through general bond issues voted on by City of Sand Springs residents.

The now 26,000 square foot facility is capable for expansion to 41,000 square feet within its current site. Space is available for an additional gymnasium and banquet hall additions. Sand Springs Park Friends, Inc. has already started phase 2 planning for the Community Center site. Additions such as a skate park and/or water spray park are included in that phase.

Sand Springs Parks staff offices at the Case Community Center, and administers the daily operations of the facility.

Design/Build Team
Design/Project Management by PSA Dewberry, Inc.
Built under the management of Crestline Construction

Additional Funding
Sand Springs Park Friends, Inc. helped raise approximately $700,000 to help outfit the Case Community Center with amenities such as basketball goals, scoreboards, bleachers, artwork, tables, chairs, sporting equipment and more.

Case Community Center (Title)
The Case Community Center is named in recognition of Michael D. Case as the title sponsor of this project. Mike is a native Sandite helping serve the community through his work on the Board of the Sand Springs Education Foundation. In 1998, Mike was inducted into the Sand Springs Education Foundation Hall of Fame.

In 2008, Mike and his family offered their generous support to help complete this beautiful modern facility. Please join us in offering our sincere thanks to Mike Case.

Other Sponsors of the Facility
Sand Springs Park Friends, Inc. also wishes to thank the following for their wonderful support of
this facility:

  • The Citizens of the City of Sand Springs
  • Oklahoma Centennial Grant Commission
  • The Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation
  • The Mary K. Chapman Foundation
  • Webco Industries
  • Montie and Bettie Box
  • ONEOK Foundation
  • Gerdau Ameristeel
  • The Hardesty Family Foundation
  • Public Service Company of Oklahoma
  • BancFirst
  • GMA Construction
  • Palmer Mechanical
  • Hunter Industries
  • Ewing Irrigation
  • Mr. David Riggs
  • City of Sand Springs City Council
  • Sand Springs Parks Advisory Board