Programs & Activities

Recreation Department
The Recreation Department is responsible for the overall development and delivery of recreation programming for all ages and stages. Each program produced is to drive the District's Mission and Vision, and involved the community to create a safe and fun environment.

NEW! Mask Requirement Update

On February 28, 2022, the California Department of Public Health ("CDPH") updated its guidance concerning the use of face coverings to further relax those requirements.

While the updated CDPH guidance continues to require the use of face covering in certain high-risk settings, the guidance removes those requirements in most other circumstances:

CDPH no longer requires that unvaccinated individuals wear a face covering in indoor public settings; and
After March 11, 2022, the CDPH will no longer require face covering in K-12 and childcare settings.

Visit the following link to directly review the information for the CDPH Guidance for the use of face coverings: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/COVID-19/.
 
We thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
 
The District offers recreation programming in the following areas:

  • Preschool
  • Youth
  • Teen
  • Adult
  • Senior
  • Aquatics
  • Special Events
There are three (3) Community Resource & Recreation Guide's released each year. Click on the picture below to see the most recent guide.
2022 Summer Guide Cover

You can register online for classes and programs by simply clicking the link below:

Register Online


Program Ideas?
If you have suggestions for a new class/program, or would like to teach a class, you can submit your request to the Recreation staff by calling (916) 614-3230. We appreciate your suggestions.

Want to teach a class?
Do you have expertise you would like to share with others? Do you have special training and experience in a skill that others might want to learn? The District accepts new instructor proposals throughout the year. Call (916) 614-3230 to obtain information on becoming an instructor.
Class Proposal Form

Did you know?
There are over 16,000 plastic eggs used for the District's Easter Egg Hunt and Aqua Egg Hunt events.