Parks, Recreation & Community Services

Welcome to the Culver City Parks, Recreation and Community Services (PRCS) Department homepage. We encourage you to get to know us better. PRCS is here to engage you, expand your horizons, educate you and enhance your quality of life. Find out about our parks, programs, services, activities and rental opportunities. Let’s connect soon!

 

Open For Your Enjoyment

Our parks, park amenities and facilities may at times not be available for public use. Weather conditions, scheduled programs and/or maintenance may cause closures. Also, failures of participants to follow COVID-19 guidelines will result in closures.  Information on temporary closures will be posted on PRCS Facebook and Instagram.

    Park and Facility Closures

    Closed at the parks for now: 

    • Baseball / Soccer / Multi-Use Fields 
    • Basketball Courts

     

    Periodic Closures:

    Our parks, park amenities and facilities may at times not be available for public use. Weather conditions, scheduled programs and/or maintenance may cause closures. Also, failures of participants to follow COVID-19 guidelines will result in closures. Information on temporary closures will be posted on PRCS Facebook and Instagram.

    PRCS Holiday Hours

    PRCS looks forward to the time when we can all gather together in good health!

    PRCS Holiday Closure Dates (no rentals of any kind and no open buildings):*

    • Christmas Day
    •  New Year’s Day
    •  Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

    *Note:  Parks & Park Restrooms will be open.  PRCS staff unlocks, cleans & stocks all outdoor restrooms on these days.

    The Municipal Plunge will be open from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm only on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve.

     

     

    Department Head

    Parks, Recreation and Community Services Director Armando Abrego

    Over the past 35 years, PRCS Director Abrego administered numerous senior, social services and recreation programs; managed facilities and capital improvement projects; and successfully submitted and administered grant-funded programs. His experience spans several roles within the PRCS Department, including Acting PRCS Director, most recently as, well as Recreation and Community Services Manager.