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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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PRCS Department News

  Women in the Movement Publicity Image No. 1

Saturday, January 25, 2020 – 1:00 PM, Culver City Senior Center

“Women in the Movement” is a special event hosted by the City of Culver City in celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The event features a theatrical performance by artists Patti Henley and Brenda Lee Eager. In addition to having amazing musical careers, these two best friends did important work during the Civil Rights Movement. Their journey together began at Operation Breadbasket in the 1960s and continues today in classrooms and concert stages around the world. They will share their stories and their voices with the audience at this unique event.

The event is free and open to the public. For more information about “Women in the Movement” and the event organizer, the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Committee, contact Mrs. Arames White-Shearin, Acting Recreation and Community Services Supervisor, at (310) 253-6678 or by email at Arames.White-Shearin@CulverCity.org. 

 

Construction Notice – Skate Park Office & Restroom Building Project

Image of Skate Park Office Construction SiteThe Project to construct a 340 square foot cement block office and restroom building adjacent to the Skate Park began in mid-January 2020 and should be completed in June 2020. The Skate Park, located at 9910 Jefferson Blvd., Culver City, CA 90232, will remain open during construction. The building includes an office and storage room for use by PRCS Department staff and a public restroom for Skate Park patrons. 

Project updates are available on the Public Works Department’s homepage. Construction Hours are typically from 8:00 AM until 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. For more information, please contact Diana Syzmanski, Project Manager/Associate Engineer at (310) 253-5623 or Diana.Syzmanski@CulverCity.org.

Image of 3 Parks Crew Photos

The Parks, Recreation and Community Services (PRCS) Commission is holding continuing discussions on the “Turf Consultant’s Report on Park Fields in Culver City” at their monthly meetings.  Report topics include an assessment of current field conditions, causes of the current conditions, the wear effects of various sports and activities on the turf and field maintenance and equipment recommendations.  Regular meetings of the PRCS Commission are held on the first Tuesday of the month in the Mike Balkman Council Chambers at City Hall.  You may check to see if there is currently a discussion scheduled by viewing upcoming meeting agendasQuestions? Contact Parks Manager Patrick Reynolds at Patrick.Reynolds@CulverCity.org or (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)