tel. (818) 898-1200      117 Macneil Street, San Fernando, CA 91340
Welcome to the vibrant world of recreation, where fun, relaxation, and community engagement come together to create unforgettable experiences! We are delighted to introduce you to our Recreation Department, your gateway to a wide array of exciting activities and programs designed to enrich your leisure time and foster a strong sense of community.  
 

The San Fernando Recreation and Community Services (RCS) Department is committed to enhancing the quality of life for individuals and families in our community. Whether you are looking to unwind, stay active, discover new hobbies, or connect with fellow residents, our dedicated team is here to make it all possible. With a diverse range of offerings that cater to all ages and interests, RCS is confident that you will find something that ignites your passion and brings a smile to your face.

From sports leagues and fitness classes to cultural events and outdoor adventures, the RCS department strives to provide opportunities that promote physical, mental, and social well-being. RCS believes in the power of recreation to bring people together, promote a healthy lifestyle, and create lasting memories.

So, whether you’re a long-time resident or new to our community, RCS invites you to explore all that our Department has to offer. Join RCS in making every day an opportunity for fun, relaxation, and personal growth. Let us embark on a journey of discovery, connection, and joy as we build a stronger, more vibrant community together. Welcome to the world of recreation – where the possibilities are endless, and the memories are priceless

Fall Program & Service Guide
(October 2023 - December 2023)

Fall Brochure 2023
Click the photo to download the Summer Program and Service Guide

 

A quarterly list of activities and programs for the San Fernando community. 

UPCOMING EVENTS

RECREATION SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

The San Fernando City Council established a Recreation Scholarship Program (RSP) to assist families wishing to participate in the fee-based programs offered to San Fernando residents. RSP assistance is available to San Fernando residents for all recreational programs offered by the Recreation and Community Services Department, including programs for youth, adults, and seniors. 
 

Scholarships cover 50% of the cost of the activity.

ELIGIBLITY:

  • Must be a resident of the City of San Fernando
  • Complete a brief self-certifying form 
  • Include a San Fernando Water Bill to include proof of residency (utility bill, photo ID, driver’s license, etc.)
  • Assistance will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis
  • Program begins July 1, 2022 

CONTACT INFORMATION
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Recreation Park | 208 Park Avenue, San Fernando
Recreation Scholarship Program

PARK REVITALIZATION

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CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE PARK AND RECREATION MASTER PLAN

CITY OF SAN FERNANDO PARK & RECREATION MASTER PLAN

The San Fernando Park and Recreation Master Plan (referred to as the Master Plan) serves as a guide and implementation tool for the management and development of parks and recreational facilities for the City of San Fernando. The Master Plan process complements the defined strategy of the 1987 General Plan and Open Space Element, setting forth the vision to designate, as appropriate, open space land for the following
purposes; 

  • Open space for the preservation of natural resources such as animal and plant life and ecological areas.
  • Open space for the managed production of resources such as agricultural land areas or major mineral deposits.
  • Open space for outdoor recreation such as areas particularly suited for park and recreation purposes.
  •  Open space for public health and safety such as areas which require special management or regulation because of hazardous conditions including earthquake fault zones and unstable soil areas.
  • Open space dedicated to creating experiences that provide for good citizenship, a sense of community, and a better quality of life. 

 

The Master Plan also reflects the defined goals and strategies of the 1992 Parks Action Program as follows;

  • Provide both active and passive park facilities and recreation programs that address the leisure time needs of all ages, income levels, ethnic groups, and physical capabilities to enhance the overall quality of life of San Fernando as a whole.
  • Promote community health and fitness through active recreation programs.
  • Engage and maintain community support for parks and recreation programs.
  • Use San Fernando’s park and recreation system to help create a strong community image for San Fernando.
  • Maintain all parks at the highest level possible to provide a pleasant and safe experience for users.  

SAN FERNANDO PARK OPPORTUNITY PLAN | STAKEHOLDER ADVISORY GROUP
 

This project aims to revitalize urban spaces in the city by conducting a comprehensive inventory of vacant land, park spaces, and potential park spaces, including overlooked areas such as parking lots and medians, in order to identify opportunities for future use and development. The City is working collaboratively with local community members to develop the San Fernando Park Opportunity Plan (SF POP) to prioritize these spaces based on their potential for positive impact.

In parallel, the SF POP project will foster deep community engagement through activities like walk audits, focus groups, and workshop meetings, all facilitated with the invaluable support of Kounkuey Design Initiative, Inc., and Pacoima Beautiful.  Furthermore, the SF POP will generate concept designs for the highest-priority spaces, ensuring that these revitalization efforts align with the unique needs and desires of the communities they serve. 

The stakeholder advisory group will review and critique the engagement plan and shall consult KDI throughout the project term on methods and findings and make a final SF POP recommendation to the City Council.

The Stakeholder Advisory Group (12-15 members) Roles and Responsibilities include:

  • Attend all stakeholder advisory group meetings (minimum of 4)
  • Collaborate and provide feedback on engagement plans
  • Comfortable with being recorded during meetings
  • Provide recommendations on:
    • Asset mapping and physical considerations
    • Prioritization metrics and engagement findings
    • Draft recommendations
    • Final report overview and findings

If you are interested in participating as a Stakeholder Advisory Group member, please contact Ms. Adriana Carías, project manager via email at adriana@kounkuey.org  or call (213) 263 9077. 

The initial community feedback opportunity is in the form of the SF POP Survey, which gathers your ideas for the use of San Fernando’s open spaces.  Scan the QR code on the flyer to take the survey.  Everyone who completes the survey is placed in a drawing for a chance to win a $25.00 gift card to a local restaurant.

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LAS PALMAS PARK REVITALIZATION PROJECT
 

The California Department of Parks and Recreation awarded 4.2 million to the City for the Las Palmas Park Revitalization Project as part of the Statewide Parks Development and Community Revitalization Grant Program and Governor Newsom Administration’s “Outdoors for All” initiative.

The revitalization project includes the construction of a new multipurpose athletic field, a splash pad, a Tennis/Pickleball court, and new landscaping throughout the park. The project will also renovate the learning center, the patio restrooms, and the playground, which will include ADA accessibility and shading. Other park improvements include renovations to the basketball court, baseball fields, walking paths, and picnic shelters.  Lighting will be installed on the walking paths the baseball fields and the picnic shelters. The outdoor exercise equipment, restrooms, and the concession stand all will be refurbished as well.

User groups, organizations, and patrons of Las Palmas Park were invited to play an important role in the planning process and design of the Revitalization Project. Serval community meetings were hosted by the Recreation and Community Services Department, a series of Focus Group meetings and Pop-up events were also held to gather feedback on the design elements of the project.

The communities’ feedback guided the Conceptual Design for the Las Palmas Revitalization Project, which was presented to the City Council on September 5, 2023.  The City Council made the following recommendation to the Plan:

  • Maintaining mature trees and replanting trees that have been removed (including along the parking lots and walkway)
  • Security Cameras
  • Incorporate historic signage
  • Include enhanced ball containment netting (Field 1, Field 2, and basketball courts)
  • Include additional/enhanced lighting along the walking path and parking lots (especially in darker areas)
  • Shade structure over the playground equipment
  • Include ADA improvements (parking & sidewalk)
  • Include recycled water for the splashpad
  • Include drinking fountains with bottle filling feature
  • Ensure wattage in concession stand has capacity to power different equipment at one time
  • Incorporate dual use warning track/walking path and/or pedestrian gate along mural wall
  • Consider cost estimates to rehab the mural
  • Incorporate a barrier between play area and parking lot to protect children

RCS is asking the San Fernando community to provide additional feedback regarding the Conceptual Plan before it is finalized on September 18, 2023.  Follow the link below to provide your feedback. 

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Community Engagement
 

Additional Feedback regarding the Las Palmas Project is being gathered in collaboration with  RJM Design Group who will begin the process of preparing a Conceptual Plan for the Las Palmas Park Revitalization project once the community voice has been heard. The Conceptual Plan will guide the renovations and facilities improvements at the Park.  Explore this site to learn more about this exciting project and how to get involved in the upcoming community outreach process.  Please use the following links below to provide your feedback.

Community Survey
 

A community survey is also being conducted to help guide the conceptual plan.  We invite park patrons, families, and local stakeholders to help us with the planning and design of this project by completing this short survey. This survey should take less than 10 minutes and your responses will be kept confidential. Click the button below to take the survey.

If you prefer to provide your input in person a series of meetings and Pop up will be conducted between March and May 2023.  The date, time, and location of these in-person meetings are listed in the table below.

DATE ENGAGEMENT TYPE TIME LOCATION
March 4, 2023 Pop-Up: Baseball Opening Day 9:00 am – 1:00 pm Las Palmas Park
March 13 – 17, 2023 Pop-Up: Senior Population 9:00 am – 1:00 pm Las Palmas Park
March 29, 2023 Community Meeting 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm Las Palmas Park
April 3 – 29, 2023 Community Canvassing TBD Las Palmas Park Neighborhood
April 3 – 29, 2023 Open House Park Workshop 9:00 am – 9:00 pm Las Palmas Park Lobby
April 10 – 14, 2023 Focus Group Meeting 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm Las Palmas Park
April 22, 2023 Pop-Up: San Fernando Outdoor Market 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm San Fernando Rd & Maclay Ave
May 7, 2023 Pop-Up: Vet in the Park 9:00 am – 1:00 pm Rudy Ortega Sr. Park
May 31, 2023 Community Meeting: Conceptual Design Presentation 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm Las Palmas Park

LAYNE PARK REVITALIZATION PROJECT 
 

The City of San Fernando received funds for the Statewide Park Development and Community Revitalization grant program to improve the recreational opportunities for the residents in and around the Layne Park neighborhood.  

 

On May 12, 2021 and June 2, 2021, the City hosted in-person meetings to gather input from the community members. The feedback will help guide the design of the Layne Park improvements.

Construction for the Layne Park Project will start on February 27, 2023, and is expected to be completed by August 31, 2023. Stay tuned for information on the Grand Re-Opening that will celebrate the new Revitalized Layne Park!

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PIONEER PARK REVITALIZATION PROJECT
 

The Pioneer Park renovation project aims to enhance the safety, accessibility, and overall quality of the playground for the community’s enjoyment particularly for children and their families.  The proposed renovations replace outdated and potentially hazardous equipment with modern, compliant structures that incorporate shading and are ADA assessable.  

 

A new feature that will be added to the playground will be outdoor fitness equipment, so parents can exercise while watching over their children as they play.  The new playground’s proposed design places a strong emphasis on inclusivity and accessibility and it includes features that cater to children with diverse abilities, ensuring that every child can enjoy the space fully.

 

To ensure that the Pioneer Park Playground Renovated project aligns with the desires and needs of the residents neighboring the park a series of community meetings will be held to gather feedback on the new playground amenities.   The first community meeting is scheduled to take place on Saturday, September 30, 2023, at 10:00 A.M. at Pioneer Park, followed by a  presentation to the Parks, Wellness, and Recreation Commission on Thursday, October 12, 2023, at 6:30 P.M. at the City Council Chambers were the public will have an opportunity to comment on the project.  The final community meeting will be on Thursday, October 26, 2023, at 6:00 P.M. at the Pioneer House.

 

Pacoima Beautiful our Partners in the community engagement effort will be out canvassing the neighborhood and gathering feedback as well.  Share your thoughts on the new playground design by participating in the community meetings and talking to Pacoima Beautiful staff.  

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COMMUNITY SERVICES

The Community Services Division oversees the social services programs and recreational activities for the residents of San Fernando and surrounding communities. Currently, the social services programs include the Elderly Nutrition Program and the Tutčint Youth Empowerment Program. Recreation programs include the Day Camp and the Las Palmas Golden Fun League. The Division fosters collaborations with local community-based organizations to enhance the quality of life for all residents of San Fernando. 
 

CONTACT INFORMATION
Juan Salas, Community Services Supervisor
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Recreation Park | 208 Park Avenue, San Fernando

DAY CAMP

The City of San Fernando offers Day Camp Programs designed to enhance children’s social and recreational abilities and improve their quality of life through educational and enrichment activities. It is our goal to provide children with a safe, fun, and life-lasting experience. 
 

The Day Camp Program offers fun-filled summer activities, including:

  • Arts & Crafts
  • Sports
  • Science Projects
  • Snack Time
  • Weekly Theme Activities and more!

WINTER CAMP REGISTRATION OPENS NOVEMBER 27, 2023!

  • December 18, 2023 to January 5, 2024
  • Monday through Friday; 7:30 am to 5:30 pm
  • Ages 5 – 13
  • $115 per week per child

CONTACT INFORMATION
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Recreation Park | 208 Park Avenue, San Fernando
Winter Day Camp 2023
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COUNSELORS IN TRAINING PROGRAM

The Counselor-in-Training program is a hands-on experience that educates and trains youth to become future counselors for our Summer Day Camp Program. High school students between 14-18 years of age will work alongside City staff with daily camp activities such as arts and crafts, science, sports,  and cooperative games.
 

CHECK BACK LATER FOR WINTER CAMP INFORMATION

CONTACT INFORMATION
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Recreation Park | 208 Park Avenue, San Fernando

COMMUNITY RESILIENCE PROGRAM

The City of San Fernando in conjunction with the Dr. Lucy Jones Center for Science and Society is hosting a series of workshops designed to support organizational and individual resilience action plans for the event of a disaster.

Participants will gain:

  • A customized, local Community Resilience Framework for your organization.
  • A refined communication strategy for your stakeholders.
  • A basic operational strategy for your organization in relation to the Community Resilience Framework.
  • Stronger connections to other local organizations and community leaders.
  • Stronger connections within your organization.
  • A deeper understanding of the risks we all face here in San Fernando. 

What is expected?

  • A 25 hours commitment over seven weeks, about 2.5 hours each week.
  • Two participants from your organization (Non-profit, schools, large employer, faith-based, or community organization).
  • Availability on Thursday evenings from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm (refreshments will be provided at each meeting).

The initial meeting is scheduled for Thursday, April 28, 2022, at Recreation Parks, located at 208 Park Ave., San Fernando, CA 91340.

To register, please complete a commitment form or call the Recreation and Community Services Department at (818) 898-1290.

CONTACT INFORMATION
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Recreation Park | 208 Park Avenue, San Fernando

TEENS FOR A BETTER COMMUNITY

Teens for a Better Community is a youth leadership program hosted at Las Palmas Park in the city of San Fernando. High school students participate in leadership and character building community service activities, summer camp, city-wide events and various recreational projects that promote a passion for learning and discovering greater achievement in school, work and life. All hours spent with the program will be recorded as community service hours and a certificate of completion will be awarded at the end of the year.
CONTACT INFORMATION
Juan Salas, Community Services Supervisor
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Recreation Park | 208 Park Avenue, San Fernando
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TUTČINT YOUTH EMPOWERMENT

In partnership with the City of San Fernando, the Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians, and Pukúu Cultural Community Services offer Tutčint, a youth empowerment program based out of Las Palmas Park in the City of San Fernando.

Due to the current pandemic, all programming is currently online using Zoom Video Conferencing. We work with teens ages 13-17 years of age, from a variety of local middle and high schools.

Online referrals can be completed on our website at: www.pukuu.org/tutcint/.  

 
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CONTACT INFORMATION
(818) 639-3932 ext 2003 | Kaleigh.Edwards@pukuu.org
Las Palmas Park | 505 S. Huntington Street, San Fernando, CA 91340

PARK CLEAN-UPS & TREE PLANTINGS

PARK CLEAN-UPS

The City of San Fernando, local residents, businesses, and City officials that are dedicated to preserving, protecting, and improving City of San Fernando park facilities. Every summer, the City hosts Clean-up Days at our parks, as well as other locations throughout the City.

ALL VOLUNTEERS ARE WELCOME!

In addition, we encourage all individuals needing to complete community service hours to participate.

For more information about clean-up efforts or for community services projects, contact via the below information. In-kind donations are also welcome, including items like gardening supplies, plants/trees, and other supplies. Of course, we also need volunteers to help staff our events.

CONTACT INFORMATION
Juan Salas, Community Services Supervisor
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Recreation Park | 208 Park Avenue, San Fernando
TREE PLANTINGS & TREE CARE

As part of the Calles Verdes Project, the City has partnered with Tree People to host several Tree Planting events.  With the assistance of community volunteers, the goal is to plant 950 trees in the City.  The project is funded through grants from Cal Fire and Coastal Conservancy.  These trees will not only help beautify the City, but will also provide shade and help reduce temperature in our residential streets.

If you would like to volunteer and help the City plant more trees in the parkways, please contact Tree People at https://www.treepeople.org/ for more information.

REGISTER TO JOIN A TREE PLANTING EVENT

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CONTACT INFORMATION
Patsy Orozco, Civil Engineering Assistant II
(818) 898-1224 | POrozco2@sfcity.org
Public Works Department | 117 Macneil Street, San Fernando

CULTURAL ARTS

Arts and culture are essential components in building and sustaining a vibrant, thriving community. Creative and innovative ideas, the core attributes of arts and culture, are central to our community’s development. Arts and culture fosters developmental, intellectual and emotional benefits unique to each individual. When arts and culture is widely available, our citizens have sharper insights, greater empathy and heightened community involvement. This is what we strive to accomplish, with Cultural Art Programs in the City of San Fernando, strategically allowing our community to take full advantage of the benefits provided by creative individuals and organizations in the arts and culture sector. 
 

CONTACT INFORMATION
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Recreation Park | 208 Park Avenue, San Fernando, CA 91340

COMMUNITY CLASSES

All participants, regardless of vaccination status, will be required to wear a mask to enter the facility and while participating in any class or activity. Anyone that has been in contact with or is experiencing symptoms related to COVID-19 are asked to stay home until cleared.

 

CONTACT INFORMATION
(818) 898-7340 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Las Palmas Park | 505 S. Huntington Street, San Fernando, CA 91340

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AZTEC DANCE CLASS

Explore the music, choreography and poetry of this ancient dance tradition while understanding the history behind Danza. Mexica Danza is a form of art that helps build identity and self esteem through the use of culture, history, and the preservation of indigenous traditions.

Las Palmas Park Thursdays 7 pm $10 per month

FOLKLORICO DANCE

Experience the classical style of Mexican Culture; learn the regional dance of Mexico through movement and music. All skill levels are welcome, no partner required. Ages 5 and up.

Las Palmas Park Wednesdays (intermediate) 7 pm  $60 Resident/$65 Non-City Resident per 12 week session
Las Palmas Park Fridays (beginners) 7 pm  $60 Resident/$65 Non-City Resident per 12 week session

 

Session 1 January 13, 2023 – April 7, 2023
Session 2 April 14, 2023 – June 30, 2023
Session 3 July 7, 2023 – September 22, 2023
Session 4 September 29, 2023 – December 12, 2023*

*$50 Resident/$55 Non-City Resident per 10-week session

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CYNDY’S MIXED LINE DANCE CLASS

Explore different styles of Line Dance with a variety of music including country, pop, rock & roll, and big band.

Recreation Park Wednesdays 10 am $25 per 8 week session

 

August 2, 2023 – September 20, 2023
September 27, 2023 – November 15, 2023
November 29, 2023 – January 17, 2024

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SENIOR MUSIC CLASS

Learn to play guitar or mandolin, singing techniques and participate in community performances. Class is tailored for senior participants but open to adults 18 and over.

Las Palmas Park Tuesdays 9 am $20 per month

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FITNESS & WELLNESS

The City of San Fernando is committed to providing year-round programming, events, and resources to help improve healthy eating and increase physical activity levels in the community to reduce obesity levels and risk of chronic diseases, including Diabetes. 
 

CONTACT INFORMATION
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Recreation Park | 208 Park Avenue, San Fernando, CA 91340

FITNESS CLASSES

TOTAL BODY CONDITIONING

Moderate to high intensity full body workout designed for all fitness levels. Develop strength, balance and endurance through cardio and resistance training while increasing cardiovascular agility, burning calories and sculpting your body.

Recreation Park Monday – Thursday 7 pm $60 per month Berenice

INCLUSIVE ZUMBA

Same high energy, calorie burning dance party modified for individuals with limited mobility or special needs. Family participation is encouraged; parent or guardian must accompany the registered participant.

Recreation Park Mondays 6 pm  $15 per month Leilani
Recreation Park Wednesdays 6 pm  $15 per month Leilani

CONTACT INFORMATION
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Recreation Park | 208 Park Avenue, San Fernando, CA 91340
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SAN FERNANDO VALLEY MILE

The City of San Fernando and 3 WINS Fitness from the Kinesiology Department at Cal State University, Northridge have partnered to bring the SAN FERNANDO VALLEY MILE to the City of San Fernando. 
 

San Fernando invites you to run or walk your best mile in the in the San Fernando Valley Mile race

 

This one-mile challenge, located in the City of San Fernando, will start on Eighth Street and Maclay Avenue. You will run down Maclay Avenue. until you reach the finish line on Third Street. 

 

All races are one-mile long and have a time limit. 

  • Elite Run at 8:30am: Under 6 minutes
  • Perfect Mile Run at 8:45am: 20 minutes
  • Family Walk/Run at 9am: 60 minutes
  • Tot Run (Ages 3-5) at 10am: 5 minutes 

Everyone who registers and completes the course will receive a finisher medal & a race t-shirt. 

 

 

PACKET PICK-UP

Packets must be picked up on one of the following dates/times: 

  • Friday, October 27, 6 pm-8 pm at Courthouse Parking (1001 3rd St, San Fernando, CA 91340)
  • Saturday, October 28 (Race Day), 6:30 am-8:00 am at the Start Area located on Maclay Ave. and 8th Street.  
     

You must present your ID in order to collect your race packet. 

 

 

START AREA

All participants MUST take event shuttles to the start area, located on Maclay Avenue and Eighth Street. There are no post-race shuttles.

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To prepare for this MILE, 3 WINS Fitness is conducting a FREE training program that is designed to get all you to become stronger, more mobile, and more flexible to walk or run the mile faster than when you started training. Our goal is for everyone to achieve and surpass the minimum guidelines with the San Fernando Valley Mile training program. This program is progressive and leads to small improvements each week.

FREE TRAINING

Monday, Wednesday, and Friday

 Las Palmas Park, located at 505 S. Huntington St., San Fernando, CA.

For more information, visit 3winsfitness.com

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2022 SAN FERNANDO VALLEY MILE

On Saturday, October 29, 2022, the City of San Fernando, Anthem Blue Cross, and 3 WINS Fitness from the Kinesiology Department at Cal State University, Northridge successfully put on the City’s first SAN FERNANDO VALLEY MILE.

 

Over 600 participants of all ages ran or walked the mile long race. This one-mile challenge began at Eighth Street and Maclay and ended at the finish line located at Third Street and the DIA DE LOS MUERTOS FESTIVAL.  The entertainment was fantastic with music, vendors, face painting, arts & crafts, food, folklorico dancers and the outstanding Mariachi Master Apprentice Program (MMAP) participants. 

In addition, participants built lovely altars to honor family members and friends who have passed. Altars, or “ofrendas”,  are a cultural tradition that provide an opportunity to remember and celebrate the lives of departed loved ones.

San Fernando Valley Mile & Dia de los Muertos Festival (2022)
CONTACT INFORMATION
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Recreation Park | 208 Park Avenue, San Fernando, CA 91340

FAMILY HIKE PROGRAM

If you can walk you can hike. Residents are invited to all of our hikes where transportation and lunch are provided. Come and learn about the different trails that our 30 minutes away from San Fernando.  You will be surprised at how close to nature we really are. Our workshops will teach you how you can help keep our trails clean and preserve them for the next generation to enjoy.
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CONTACT INFORMATION
(818) 898-7340 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Las Palmas Park | 505 S. Huntington St., San Fernando, CA 91340

NATURE ADVENTURE & DISCOVERY CAMP PROGRAM

The Recreation and Community Services Department will host the Nature Adventure & Discovery Camp Program this summer where kids can escape the heat, smog and crowds of the city and step into the wilderness!

Explore nature and have an adventure of a lifetime. The City is collaborating with UCLA UniCamp and YMCA Porter Ranch to host the Nature Adventure & Discovery Camp Program experience at Camp River Glenn or Camp Whittle in the San Bernardino Mountains.

Space is limited to the first 30 campers per camp location. The camp program is free; however, a $50 (refundable) deposit reserves a slot for anyone interested in participating in the camp experience.

Campers can chose one of two dates:

  • YCMA’s Camp Whittle (ages 8 to 15)  – June 18, 2023 through June 24, 2023.
  • UCLA’s Camp River Glenn (ages 10 to 17) – July 24, 2023 through July 29, 2023. 

CONTACT INFORMATION
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Recreation Park | 208 Park Ave., San Fernando, CA 91340

3 WINS FITNESS

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365 JOURNEY TO HEALTH

The 365 Journey to Health Program is a virtual program that 3Wins established in response to the pandemic.

They meet weekly and provide both English and Spanish sessions in which participants can get access to a Nutritionist, Physical Therapist and Exercise Physiologist.

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SPORTS

The City of San Fernando is committed to providing year-round sports programming designed to be a source of fun and enjoyment for the community. Youth Sports focuses on building character and self-esteem while teaching life lessons that go beyond the playing field and Adult Sports provide a place for individuals with combined interest to come together and participate in wholesome sportsmanship and friendly rivalry.  
 
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CONTACT INFORMATION
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Recreation Park | 208 Park Avenue, San Fernando, CA 91340

ADULT SPORTS

In person Adult Sports is back!
 
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CONTACT INFORMATION
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Recreation Park | 208 Park Avenue, San Fernando, CA 91340

YOUTH SPORTS

In-person Youth Sports is back! Register now for Summer Clinics.

Please Note: all programs will follow current COVID guidelines.

 

CONTACT INFORMATION
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Recreation Park | 208 Park Avenue, San Fernando, CA 91340

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Tennis Classes (01-23 thru 06-23)
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SENIOR SERVICES

The City of San Fernando provides a variety of programs for our citizens that are young at heart! From leisurely fitness classes and nutrition programs, to clubs that offer a place to gather and socialize, trips and dances, we’re sure to have something for you! Scroll through the section below for detailed programming information. 
 

CONTACT INFORMATION
Juan Salas, Community Services Supervisor
(818) 898-7340 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Las Palmas Park | 505 S. Huntington St, San Fernando, CA 91340

SENIOR HEALTH & WELLNESS

Being fit is a lifelong journey. Come join our classes specifically tailored to 55+ residents. Classes are for all abilities and are free (unless otherwise noted on the flyer). Classes are bilingual. Come make new friends as you get fit! 
 

All classes practice social distancing and all participants are prescreened before classes start to make everyone feel safe. Indoor classes will require masks at all times for your protection.

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December 2023 Senior Activities
Canto 23
(until further notice)
Matinee at LP
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Jingle Bell Rock Out Party
Senior Fitness
Chair Yoga
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CONTACT INFORMATION
Juan Salas, Community Services Supervisor
(818) 898-7340 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Las Palmas Park | 505 S. Huntington St, San Fernando, CA 91340

SENIOR NUTRITION PROGRAM

CONGREGATE MEALS

Join us at Las Palmas Park for the Elderly Nutrition Program for a nutritional lunch, socializing, and much more! The Congregate Meal Program offers a hot meal to seniors that are age 60+, Monday through Friday, at 11 am. The program is administered by ONEgeneration.

Partially funded by Los Angeles County Area Agency on Aging.

LOCATION Las Palmas Park Banquet Room
505 S. Huntington St., San Fernando
DAY Monday through Friday
TIME 9 am – Dining Room opens for meal sign-in, coffee, and socializing
11 am – Meal Service begins
COST Seniors (ages 60+): $3 Suggested Donation
Non-Seniors: $5
REGISTRATION Register onsite
INFORMATION (818) 654-8990

HOME DELIVERED MEALS

The Elderly Home Delivered Meal Program is available for homebound adults living in the City of San Fernando that are age 60+, spouses living with and caring for eligible adults, and disabled children living with the eligible adults. Registration is required. Assessments and eligibility requirements are reviewed by the Home Delivered Meal Coordinator. Meal service begins after applications are approved.

Partially funded by Los Angeles County Area Agency on Aging.

DELIVERY DAYS Monday through Friday
DELIVERY TIMES Between 11 am and 1 pm
COST Seniors (ages 60+): $3 Suggested Donation
REGISTRATION &
INFORMATION
(818) 654-8990

CONTACT INFORMATION
Juan Salas, Community Services Supervisor
(818) 898-7340 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Las Palmas Park | 505 S. Huntington St, San Fernando, CA 91340
SF Meal Program

SOCIAL CLUBS

The City of San Fernando provides a variety of clubs that offer a place for our young at heart residents to gather and socialize.
 

CONTACT INFORMATION
Juan Salas, Community Services Supervisor
(818) 898-7340 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Las Palmas Park | 505 S. Huntington St, San Fernando, CA 91340

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LAS PALMAS SENIOR CLUB

A membership driven program designed to give seniors a place to gather and socialize. Club activities include monthly meetings and dances, as well as excursions. 
 

AGES: 55+
FEES: $42.34/year (new members)
MEETING SCHEDULE: Sundays; 1:30 pm; Las Palmas Park

  • January 8, 2023
  • February 5, 2023
  • March 5, 2023
  • April 2, 2023
  • May 7, 2023
  • June 4, 2023
  • July 9, 2023
  • August 6, 2023
  • September 10, 2023
  • October 1, 2023
  • November 5, 2023
  • December 3, 2023
DANCE SCHEDULE: Saturdays; 7 pm; Las Palmas Park

  • February 11, 2023
  • March 18, 2023
  • April 22, 2023
  • May 13, 2023
  • June 17, 2023
  • July 15, 2023
  • August 19, 2023
  • September 16, 2023
  • October 14, 2023
  • November 18, 2023
  • December TBD, 2023

CONTACT INFORMATION
(818) 898-7340 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Las Palmas Park | 505 S. Huntington St, San Fernando, CA 91340
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LP Senior Club Dances & Meetings 2023
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TRIPS

The Las Palmas Senior Club sponsors trips year round. Some of the popular destinations visited are the Grand Canyon, Hearst Castle, Yosemite, Las Vegas, local festivals, dinner shows and casinos. All trips depart from Las Palmas Park unless otherwise noted.
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Senior Trips Flyer Fall 2023
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CONTACT INFORMATION
Juan Salas, Community Services Supervisor
(818) 898-7340 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Las Palmas Park | 505 S. Huntington St, San Fernando, CA 91340

PARK AVE CLUB

Weekly social club gathers for crocheting, bingo, and monthly potlucks. 
 

AGES: 55+
FEES: Free
MEETING SCHEDULE: Tuesdays; 9 am; Recreation Park

CONTACT INFORMATION
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Recreation Park | 208 Park Avenue, San Fernando, CA 91340
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CRAFTY LADIES CLUB

Weekly program focused on the art of the hook. Learn and share crochet, knitting, and other fun crafting techniques.
 

AGES: 55+
FEES: Free
MEETING SCHEDULE: Wednesdays; 9 am; Las Palmas Park

CONTACT INFORMATION
(818) 898-7340 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Las Palmas Park | 505 S. Huntington St., San Fernando, CA 91340
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LAS PALMAS PARK GARDENING CLUB

Join the Recreation and Community Services Department in beautifying Las Palmas Park! De-stress and socialize while learning about sustainable gardening. Become a skilled gardener and if you’re already an experienced gardener, share your own practical tips. 
 

AGES: 55+
FEES: Free
MEETING SCHEDULE: First and Third Wednesday of the Month; 11 am; Las Palmas Park

CONTACT INFORMATION
(818) 898-7340 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Las Palmas Park | 505 S. Huntington St., San Fernando, CA 91340
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FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION

After several years of hiatus, the Fourth of July Celebration returns to San Fernando!  
 

The event tagged as the “RED, WHITE, AND LIGHTS” LASER SHOW kicks off the 4th of July weekend and takes place in the Downtown San Fernando Mall.

The festivities feature activities for the entire family, including:

  • Ninja Nation Obstacle Course  
  • Carnival Games, Food Vendors, Shopping and More!
  • Pie Eating Contest
  • Live Music by Full Clip
  • Laser Show! 

Come ready to celebrate!

SATURDAY, JULY 1, 2023

6 PM

SAN FERNANDO MALL

San Fernando Road

(between SF Mission Blvd and Brand Blvd)

CONTACT INFORMATION
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Recreation Park | 208 Park Avenue, San Fernando
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POST PIC Fireworks - Looking for Safe Displays

PUBLIC FIREWORKS SHOWS

Are you looking for Fourth of July plans? Enjoy the spectacle of fireworks safely with family and friends at a public show. There are many fireworks shows to choose from, and many of them are free! Enjoy the holiday weekend, and be safe out there! 
 

Click the boxes below for a list of public fireworks shows.

POST PIC Fireworks - Looking for Safe Displays

MOVIES IN THE PARK

It’s showtime! Grab a blanket or your favorite lawn chair and join us for this Summer’s FREE Movies in the Park series!
 

  • July 21, 2023, 6 pm to 10 pm; Las Palmas Park – The Goonies
  • July 28, 2023, 6 pm to 10 pm; Pioneer Park – Lilo & Stitch
  • August 4, 2023, 6 pm to 10 pm; Las Palmas Park – The Jungle Book 

CONTACT INFORMATION
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Recreation Park | 208 Park Avenue, San Fernando
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CONCERTS IN THE PARK

Grab a blanket or your favorite lawn chair and join us for this Summer’s FREE Concerts in the Park series!
 

  • August 12, 2023, 5 pm to 8 pm; Las Palmas Park – Latin American Music performed by Miriam Neblina
  • August 19, 2023, 6 pm to 8 pm; Las Palmas Park – Motown Music performed by Stone Soul
  • August 26, 2023, 7 pm to 9 pm; San Fernando Mall – Classic Hits Music performed by La Rue Sounds Band

CONTACT INFORMATION
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Recreation Park | 208 Park Avenue, San Fernando
Concerts in the Park 2023

DIA DE LOS MUERTOS CULTURAL FESTIVAL

Start the day off with the San Fernando Valley Mile and stick around for the Dia de los Muertos Cultural Festival!

  • Exhibit your art
  • Build an altar (call 818/898-1290 to reserve a space)
  • Vendors
  • Folklorico
  • Live music
  • Mariachi
  • Aztec Dance
  • Photo BOoth
  • Art & Crafts

OCTOBER 28, 2023 | 11 AM TO 5 PM

Maclay Avenue & Third Street

SFV Mile Day of the Dead Flyer
CONTACT INFORMATION
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Recreation Park | 208 Park Avenue, San Fernando

HEART, MIND, SOUL HEALTH FAIR

Get in a healthy mindset and join us for a day of health and fitness!

  • Free Vision Screening
  • Free Hearing Screening
  • Free Blood Pressure Screening
  • Free Exercise Sessions
  • Enter to win a Fire Preparedness Kit  
     

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CONTACT INFORMATION
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Recreation Park | 208 Park Avenue, San Fernando

HOLIDAY TREE LIGHTING

Kick off the holiday season with the lighting of the Downtown holiday tree.
Join us for all the festive fun with holiday carols, entertainment, a visit from Santa himself and more!

  • Free photos with Santa
  • Live performances
  • Santa’s Workshop
  • Shop the local vendors   
     

WHEN:

Saturday, December 2, 2023 | 5 pm to 9 pm

 

WHERE:

San Fernando Mall
(San Fernando Rd, between San Fernando Mission Blvd & Brand Blvd)

Tree Lighting (12-2-23)
SANTA PHOTOS 2023
2022 Santa Photos
2021 Santa Photos
2019 Santa Photos
2018 Santa Photos
2017 Santa Photos
CONTACT INFORMATION
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Recreation Park | 208 Park Avenue, San Fernando

FREE TAX PREPARATION CLINICS

If you made under $60,000 in 2022, VITA’s professionally trained volunteers can help prepare and electronically file your federal and state income tax returns at Las Palmas Park. 
 

All services will be by appointment only. Make your appointment online at csun.edu/vita or call (818) 677-3600.

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SPRING JAMBOREE

The hunt is on! Join us at the annual Spring Jamboree for a fun-filled day for the entire family.

  • Arts & Crafts
  • Games
  • Rock Climbing Wall
  • Photo with the Bunny
  • Food Sales
  • Egg Hunt

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CONTACT INFORMATION
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Recreation Park | 208 Park Avenue, San Fernando

GRADUATE BANNER RECOGNITION PROGRAM

The City of San Fernando’s Graduate Recognition Program was created to honor and recognize seniors that reside or have an immediate family member residing in the City of San Fernando.

 

PREPARING YOUR APPLICATION

To participate in this program, the following checklist can assist you in preparing your application:

  • Submit a completed application;
  • Submit proof of graduation (letter from counselor, transcripts, etc);
  • Include a copy of the parent driver’s license or current utility bill showing the San Fernando address of the senior’s parent home;
  • Include a minimum 5”X7” portrait style photograph of the graduate in their graduation cap and gown or their senior yearbook portrait for display on the banner(photographs will not be returned). By signing the banner application, you give the City permission to use the photo being given for the banner. Digital photographs with a resolution of 300 dpi or higher will also be accepted and can be emailed to: Juan Salas atjsalas@sfcity.org

DISCLAIMER

This program is on a first come, first served basis. Banners will be limited to one (1) per student, and displayed during the summer. The spelling of the name will be taken directly from this application. Installation, location and removal of the banners are at the City’s discretion. The City is not responsible for lost/stolen banners, or repairs to the banners should they be damaged from inclement weather or damage, aside from normal manufactures warranty.

 

ORDER PLACEMENT AND APPLICATION DEADLINE

Applications, along with the required documents and payment, will be due on or before April 28, 2023.

The estimated time for processing, art proofing, stitching, production and installation will take approximately 2 weeks. First 25 complete and approved applicants will be taken.

If your application is not approved for any reason, you will receive an email notification explaining the reason application was not approved. A refund will be issued to the applicant, please allow two weeks from date of non-acceptance notice to receive a refund.

 

COST & INSTALLATION

The cost of each banner is $85, which includes the installation.

  • Banners will be displayed throughout the City fromthe week of May 22, 2023 to the week of August28, 2020.
  • Banners will be returned to applicant after display.
  • Graduates must meet the following criteria:
    • San Fernando resident
    • High School or University Senior
    • Graduating in Spring 2023
    • Completing required credits from your school to graduate on stage

 

SUBMITTING YOUR APPLICATION

  • Complete the application, include the required documents listed, a check for $85, and mail or hand deliver to:

Las Palmas Park
c/o Graduate Recognition Program
505 S. Huntington St.
San Fernando, CA 91340

Checks may be made payable to:
The City of San Fernando

  • Any application that is not approved will receive afull refund (allow to weeks for refund).
  • Las Palmas Park is open M-F 9:00 AM-9:00 PM andSat & Sun 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM.

 

BUSINESSES INTERESTED IN SPONSORING BANNERS

Any businesses interested in sponsoring a banner can reach out to Juan Salas by email at jsalas@sfcity.org or by phone (818) 898-7340.

CONTACT INFORMATION
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org
Recreation Park | 208 Park Avenue, San Fernando

PARK FACILITIES

Limited outdoor recreation programming and service have resumed at most of the City parks with the condition that the County of Los Angeles Protocols for Organized Activities are implemented.  Las Palmas Park and Recreation Park are currently offering limited indoor recreational programs and services.  For more information regarding the programs and services being offered please call (818) 898-1290.
Lopez Adobe Rv 3.15.23CONTACT AND FACILITY INFORMATION
 

1100 Pico Street, San Fernando, CA 91340
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org

 

New tour hours! Beginning Saturday, April 22, 2023, the Lopez Adobe will be open for tours on the same night as the San Fernando Mall Outdoor Market. The new tour hours will be in effect from April 2023 through October 2023.

  • April 22, 2023 – 5 pm to 8 pm
  • May 20, 2023 – 5 pm to 8 pm
  • June 24, 2023 – 6 pm to 9 pm
  • July 22, 2023 – 6 pm to 9 pm TOURS CANCELLED
  • August 26, 2023 – 6 pm to 9 pm
  • September 23, 2023 – 6 pm to 9 pm
  • October 21, 2023 – 6 pm to 9 pm 

The property was acquired from the King of Spain via a grant to DeCelis. The chain of title deed is on display in the dining room of the adobe. An upper apartment was the home of a daughter, Kate Lopez Millen from 1931 until her death in 1961. Her children sold the adobe to the City of San Fernando in 1970. This purchase was made possible by a Historical Preservation grant, given to save the house from destruction. The 1971 earthquake did not do too much structural damage and, in 1974, it was restored as the original building for use as an early historical site. A group of San Fernando citizens, students and organizations contributed time, labor, talents, and money to prepare the home for its grand opening on April 5, 1975.

The adobe is registered as a National Historical Site, a state and county Historical Site, and the California Historical Advisory Committee says it is considered an important historical point of interest in the state.

San Fernando has been presented with a Gold Seal Award from the San Fernando Valley Beautiful Association for the beautiful Casa de Geronimo Lopez adobe and the grounds surrounding the home.

 

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

The Lopez Adobe is currently looking for docents, administrative, and community service temporary volunteers. We are especially in need of docents who can lead tours in Spanish or English, and enjoy working with children.  No experience is necessary, and training and materials are free.  If you are interested, please complete and submit an application (see Forms Section below)After filling out/submitting the application, our Museum Coordinator will call you to schedule an interview.  If selected, you will be asked to complete a background check, attend a docent training, and volunteer orientation. The training course for docents and volunteer personnel emphasizes teaching techniques, and the museum’s collections through lectures, workshops, and readings. 

For more information regarding volunteer opportunities, please contact:

(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org 

Cesar Chavez MemorialCONTACT AND FACILITY INFORMATION
 

Located on the corner of Wolfskill Street and Truman Street
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org 

 

The César Chávez Memorial honors the legacy and work of the late farmworker leader. The construction of the memorial is the culmination of efforts by many  community members who recognize Chávez’s impact to promote justice and equity for all Americans. The memorial is developed on a 23,000 square foot area of land in the City of San Fernando. The concept for the memorial consists of four separate art pieces placed in a park setting. The City along with various community organizers sponsors an annual march in honor of Chávez. The City of San Fernando, preceding the State of California’s decision, became the first in the nation to designate his birthday, March 31, an official holiday.

The memorial consists of four different elements reflecting the life of  César Chávez and the farmworkers struggle, a single life size statue of  César Chávez is poised in front of a series of ten figures representing the farmworkers plight and eventual empowerment. Other features also designed by the artist include a fountain and mural. The fountain is in the shape of the United Farmworkers (UFW) eagle symbol, with the “César Chávez Prayer” inscribed on one side and painting on the other side. The mural is 100 feet in length and provides a visual chronology of  César Chávez life.

The artist selected to design the Memorial, Ingacio Gomez, is a well known community artist who has been involved in various art projects in Los Angeles and throughout the nation.

LP Park BuildingCONTACT AND FACILITY INFORMATION
 

505 South Huntington Street, San Fernando, CA 91340
(818) 898-7340 | Recreation@sfcity.org 

OPEN GYM HOURS | Contact Us for the Current Schedule

PARK FEATURES

  • Multi Purpose Rooms
  • Indoor Gymnasium
  • Baseball Fields (4)
  • Outdoor Basketball Courts (3)
  • Playground
  • Outdoor Fitness Area
  • “A Wall with a Mission” Mural 
  • Picnic Areas
  • Public BBQs
  • Concession Stand
  • Restrooms

Layne ParkCONTACT AND FACILITY INFORMATION
 

120 North Huntington Street, San Fernando, CA 91340
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org

 

PARK FEATURES

  • Outdoor Basketball Court
  • Playground
  • Picnic Areas

Pionner B CourtsCONTACT AND FACILITY INFORMATION
 

828 Harding Street, San Fernando, CA 91340
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org

 

PARK FEATURES

  • Baseball Fields (2)
  • Outdoor Basketball Court
  • Outdoor Tennis Courts (2)
  • Playground
  • Picnic Areas
  • Public BBQs
  • Concession Stand
  • Restrooms

Recreation Park1CONTACT AND FACILITY INFORMATION
 

208 Park Avenue, San Fernando, CA 91340
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org 

OPEN GYM HOURS | Contact Us for the Current Schedule

PARK FEATURES

  • Multi Purpose Rooms
  • Indoor Gymnasium
  • Softball Field
  • Outdoor Basketball Court
  • Playground
  • Outdoor Fitness Areas (2)
  • Picnic Areas
  • Public BBQs
  • Concession Stand
  • Restrooms

Heritage Park_Front ShotCONTACT AND FACILITY INFORMATION
 

2025 Fourth Street, San Fernando, CA 91340
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org

 

PARK FEATURES

  • Tea House
  • Walking Trail

ALAS MEDIACITY_67The San Fernando Regional Pool Facility is operated by the Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation.

 

CONTACT AND FACILITY INFORMATION

 

300 Park Avenue, San Fernando, CA 91340
Aquatic Programming (818) 256-2033 | Reservations (800) 267-2757
parks.lacounty.gov

 

  • Olympic Size Pool
  • 1 and 3 Meter Diving Boards
  • Small Recreation Pool with Spray Features
  • Water Slide
  • Splash Pad
  • Concession Stand
  • Patio Around the Pool
  • Banquet Room with Veranda
  • Small Classroom
  • Lifeguard Office
  • Lifeguard Tower
  • Restrooms
  • Changing Area
  • Locker Room
  • Showers
  • Parking

CONTACT US

RECREATION PARK | Recreation & Community Services
208 Park Avenue, San Fernando, CA 91340
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org  
 
Julian Venegas, Director of Recreation & Community Services
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org

RECREATION PARK COUNTER HOURS
Monday through Thursday | 9 am to 1 pm and 3 pm to 6 pm
Friday | 9 am to 12 pm

LAS PALMAS PARK COUNTER HOURS
Monday through Thursday | 8 am to 5 pm
Friday | 8 am to 2 pm

ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION

NAME TITLE PHONE EMAIL
Julian J Venegas Recreation & Community Services Director (818) 898-1290 JVenegas@sfcity.org
Linda Bowden-Moreno Administrative Assistant (818) 898-7349 LMoreno@sfcity.org
Maria Calleros Executive Assistant (818) 898-7380 MCalleros@sfcity.org

COMMUNITY SERVICES DIVISION

NAME TITLE PHONE EMAIL
Juan Salas Community Services Supervisor (818) 898-1296 JSalas@sfcity.org
Patty Garcia Program Specialist (818) 361-7155 PGarcia@sfcity.org
Marisol Diaz Recreation & Community Services Coordinator (818) 898-7341 MDiaz@sfcity.org

CULTURAL ARTS DIVISION

NAME TITLE PHONE EMAIL
Vacant Cultural Arts Supervisor (818) 361-7155 Recreation@sfcity.org

RECREATION DIVISION

NAME TITLE PHONE EMAIL
Maribel Perez Recreation Supervisor (818) 361-7156 MPerez@sfcity.org
Freddy Tapia Program Specialist (818) 898-7360 FTapia@sfcity.org

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