The Recreation Division consists of seven program areas, including Aquatics, Classes, Cultural Arts, Childcare, Senior Services, Sports and Rentals. Other programs managed by the Recreation Division include departmental Special Events and Administration.
Recreation staff are also tasked with operating recreation centers, picnic sites and rental facilities, preschools and select SSFUSD after school sites that serve residents of all age groups.
New online registration system available. Set up your account now and be prepared for Summer class registration beginning on May 7th for residents, May 21st for non-residents.
Read the Step by Step Guide to Creating Your CivicRec Account for instructions on how to get started.
Have you registered for one of our programs or rented a facility from us within the past year? If so, we may have already created an account for you. If this is the case, you should have been notified by mail and e-mail with special instructions to complete your account set up.
Need help, or prefer to register in person?
We are happy to assist you! Call 650-829-3800 or visit the Parks and Recreation Department at 33 Arroyo Drive.
You can also visit the Parks and Recreation Department table at Streets Alive! Parks Alive! on Saturday, May 5, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at the Joseph A. Fernekes Building, 781 Tennis Drive.