Parks, Recreation & Community Services

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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 / Email the Recreation Office

(310) 253-6700 for Senior & Social Services

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

(310) 253-6470 for Park Maintenance

Corey Lakin, Director of Culver City Parks, Recreation and Community Services
(310) 253-6682 / Email PRCS Director Corey Lakin

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

PRCS Administrative Offices Email

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


The Past, Present and Future of Housing in Culver City 

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The public is invited to participate in a dialogue on housing and preserving the fabric of our community at the April 23, 2019, Joint Meeting of the Culver City Parks, Recreation and Community Services Commission and the Committee on Homelessness. This Community Conversation will focus on building hope and opportunity by providing a safe place to discuss the past, present, and future housing issues in Culver City.

Notable community members will serve as panelists to lead the discussion, including Alex Fisch, Council Member – City of Culver City; Karlo Silbiger, Chair – Culver City Committee on Homelessness; Katy Krantz, Former Renter in Culver City; and, Julissa Gutierrez, High School Senior and Prospective Student of Urban Studies; among others.  Both divergent viewpoints and shared experiences related to housing will be examined in an atmosphere of inclusion that fosters an open dialogue.  The evening will culminate in a round table discussion, giving participants an opportunity to articulate and summarize their insights into this very timely and important topic.

The Community Conversation on the Past, Present and Future of Housing in Culver City will be held on Tuesday, April 23, 2019 at 7:00 PM in the Rotunda Room of the Veterans Memorial Building, 4117 Overland Ave., Culver City, CA 90230 (downloadable flyer).  For more information, please email the PRCS Department.



 Images of the Some of the New Playground Equipment at Blair Hills Park

The Blair Hills Park Playground Improvement Project began on Monday, March 25, 2019!

The improvements are being done by Micon Construction, Inc.  It is anticipated that the replacement of the playground will take approximately forty-five working days, during which time a construction fence will remain around the Project.  All other areas of Blair Hills Park will remain open to the public.

Blair Hills Park is located at 5950 Wrightcrest Dr., Culver City, CA 90232 For more information, please email Patrick Reynolds, Parks Manager/City Landscape Architect or call him at (310) 253-6471.


 2018 PRCS Dept. Logo


     Selected PRCS Department Documents

PRCS Department Information & Guidelines (6 Documents)

2009 Parks and Recreation Master Plan (4 Documents)

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