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COVID-19/CORONAVIRUS UPDATE:

The City of South Pasadena’s top priority is the health and safety of our community as the situation around the coronavirus continues to evolve. For facility closures, event cancellations, and more information, click here

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Community Services Director 2017
Sheila Pautsch 
Community Services Director

 

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The CommunCS Department Logoity Services Department is made up of four divisions: Administration, Recreation and Youth Services, Senior Services, and Transit (Dial A Ride).

As you explore the many activities, programs, classes, and events, you will see there is something for everyone.  The biggest benefit of our parks is that they are safe, provide an outdoor space for our kids to play,  and they provide a place to move and exercise to assist us in keeping our residents healthy and bring people together through events, programs, and activities.  Parks provide  beauty and a sense of serenity where residents can enjoy and appreciate nature.  Our parks enrich lives and add value, today and always, to the community.  I hope you find the magic in our parks each time you visit. 
 

 

 

 

Facility & Park Closures: 

Effective Friday, March 19, per LA County’s “Safer at Home” mandate all city facilities will be temporarily closed to members of the public to ensure the health and safety of our community as the situation around the coronavirus continues to evolve. With the Health Officer Order in effect, all gatherings of groups in any size are prohibited and calls for individuals to remain in their homes as much as possible.

The following South Pasadena parks and facilities will now be closed to the public until further notice.

  • Playgrounds at Orange Grove, Arroyo, & Garfield Parks
  • Skate Park at Arroyo Park
  • Gazebos for Orange Grove, Arroyo, & Garfield Parks

   

Staying Healthy at Parks - COVID-19