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2014 Toy and Book Program
Sign up for the Program, Give, or Volunteer!

The holiday season is a time of joy, happiness, family, and friendship. Unfortunately, there are local kids and families in need, who don't have the opportunity to share in the spirit of the holidays.

The Redwood City Police and Fire Departments, Police Activities League, and Parks Recreation and Community Services, have teamed up with the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office, San Carlos Fire, Woodside Fire, and the CARON Project to bring the Christmas Toy and Book Drive and the holiday spirit right to the doorstep of many needy families. With help from the Fair Oaks Community Center and a corps of volunteers, this annual event has become a welcome tradition in the Redwood City community. But it can only happen with the community's help.

 

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Imagination Station

Imagination Station
Saturdays This Fall
Next one: December 13, 2014
Do you need a couple of hours to run some errands or just relax? Drop your kids off for two hours of FUN!! We will have two interactive stations set up for your children to explore their imaginations!

The cost is only $10 per child. Drop-in or preregister below and secure your space! CLICK HERE

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Fall 2014

Fall 2014 Activity Guide
September 2014 - January 2015
We have some exciting new classes available for Fall! Ready, Set, LEARN! Get started by using our online guide and registration portal!

Did your favorite class get cancelled? Your enrollment could have saved it! Don't wait until the last minute to enroll! We typically cancel classes that don't reach their minimum enrollment requirements 3 days before the class begins.

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zoppe Redwood City provides no shortage of fun events for our community! Visit us at RedwoodCityEvents.com and see what's coming up!
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View our Open Gym schedule!!
You can even download our Google Calendar! Click here for more info!

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Save Water

As you all know, we're in the midst of a very serious drought and it's up to everyone to do what they can to conserve water. Of course the City is diligent in seeking ways to reduce water use, and a lot of that effort has focused on our parks. Although we already do a lot to conserve water in the parks, we are now going to take another measure in that direction - turning off the water features in our parks' playgrounds. Click here for more...

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Linden Park Park Improvement Updates
Click here for information about our current park projects and renovations.
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peplus Learn about P.E.+
With a grant given by the Sequoia Health Care District, Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Service Department (PRCS) is partnering with the Peninsula Community Center (PCC) to provide Physical Education classes for 9 schools in the Redwood City School District, serving grades K-5! Click for more..
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 About Us
Fair Oaks Community Center 2011 Annual Report
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Youth Agenda
The City of Redwood City provides extensive youth services to the community through a number of Departments; including the Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department; the Library; the Police Department ; and the City Manager’s Office. It is our Purpose to “Build a Great Community Together”, and we believe that providing quality education, recreation, health and safety services that help kids to succeed, are the building blocks necessary to meet our Purpose.

View 2nd Quarter Report ( pdf, 1.71MB)
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2009-2010 Annual Report
Parks, Recreation and Community Services
Department
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2008-2009 Annual Report
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2007-2008 Annual Report (pdf, 2.76MB)
2006-2007 Annual Report (pdf, 1.8MB)

 
Strategic Plan
Parks, Recreation and Community Services
Department
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 Department Goals

Parks
Provide safe, clean, attractive parks and facilities in adequate numbers distributed throughout the community.

Recreation Programs
Offer high quality recreation programs to all age groups and interests.

Community Services
Meet community needs by directly providing or facilitating the delivery of a wide range of support, educational and informational services.

Community Facilities
Provide places for community activities and manage City facilities.

Organization
Create a dynamic organization committed to an ongoing process of innovation.

 

 

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