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Parks Make Life Better LogoCulver City Parks, Recreation and Community Services (PRCS) is continually exploring new and creative ways to meet the recreation, leisure, and senior & social services needs of the community.  The Veterans Memorial Building, Teen Center, Senior Center and Culver City Pool provide both recreational and rental opportunities to the public. View the amenities in our Park system which includes eleven parks, four parkettes and two playgrounds.

PRCS Department Contact Information:

(310) 253-6650 for Recreation & Picnic Permits

Recreation Registration Office Email:  info.recreation@culvercity.org

(310) 253-6700 for Senior & Social Services

(310) 253-6625 for the Veterans Memorial Complex (VMC) Booking Office

VMC Booking Office Email:  vmc.booking@culvercity.org

(310) 253-6470 for Park Maintenance

Corey Lakin, Director of Culver City Parks, Recreation and Community Services
(310) 253-6682 / Corey.Lakin@CulverCity.org

PRCS Department Administrative Offices, Veterans Memorial Building, 2nd Floor, 4117 Overland Ave., Culver City, CA 90230

PRCS.Department@CulverCity.org

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Check out the programs and classes we offer in Culver City Living, our quarterly brochure and register online!

Culver City Abilities Carnival and Resource Fair  

The 16th Annual Abilities Carnival and Resource Fair celebrating Culver City’s Disability Awareness Month takes place on Sunday, October 20th from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the Culver City Senior Center, located at 4095 Overland Avenue (on the corner of Culver Blvd. and Overland).  The event is completely free of charge for youth, families and adults of all ability levels.  Please RSVP so we can prepare to have the proper quantities of food, prizes and craft supplies. RSVP at (310) 253-6707 with the number of adults and children that will be attending.

The carnival will feature barbecue, carnival game booths, arts and crafts, karaoke, live entertainment, a photo booth, community resource tables, and a quiet activity room. All activities have been specially designed to be accessible to people of all ages and abilities.  Free hot dogs, burgers, pizza, cotton candy, and popcorn will be served. 

This is an event of Culver City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Department and is made possible through sponsorship from Culver City Exchange Club and Culver City Senior Citizens Association, Inc. Other event partners include Culver City’s Disability Advisory Committee and Culver City Neighborhood Girl Scouts.

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2018 PRCS Dept. Logo

Selected PRCS Department Documents

PRCS Department Information & Guidelines (6 Documents)

2009 Parks and Recreation Master Plan (4 Documents)