Culver 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. Programs and classes offering opportunities to get and stay active and engage in a healthy lifestyle are available to those of all ages, from toddlers to teens and beyond.
We oversee nearly 111 acres of City parkland that includes eleven parks, four parkettes and two playgrounds on school district property. Please visit our Parks page to view the amenities that are located at each park.
Our major facilities, which provide both recreational and rental opportunities to the public, are the Veterans Memorial Building (VMB), the Teen Center and the Senior Center (these three facilities are often referred to as the Veterans Memorial Complex or VMC) and the Culver City Pool.
We here at the PRCS Department are extremely proud to provide our residents and guests with a wide variety of activities and programs that allow them to take full advantage of everything we have to offer here in our wonderful City.
Daniel Hernandez, PRCS Director
4117 Overland Ave
Culver City, CA 90230
At the August 1, 2017 Parks, Recreation and Community Services Commission (PRCSC) meeting, the PRCSC heard public comment on Veterans Memorial (Vets) Park Age 5 - 12 Playground Equipment Replacement Options 1 and 2. The PRCSC decided that, given the choice of those two options only, their recommendation is to select Option 1 with the addition of a swing. The plans and specifications for this Playground design will be reviewed by the City Council at the August 14, 2017 meeting.
To view the plans and specifications for Option 1 with the addition of a swing, please follow the link below. This August 14, 2017 City Council Agenda Item is number A-1 and may be viewed on the "Meetings and Agendas" page of the City's website. Persons who wish to submit comments on the design of the Vets Park 5 -12 Playground before the meeting may do so by emailing City.Clerk@CulverCity.org or by calling the City Clerk's Office at (310) 253-5851.
- Plans and Specifications - Veterans Memorial Park Age 5 - 12 Playground Equipment Replacement Project
PRCS Department Information & Guidelines:
- Procedures for Designating Dog Paths
- Park Enhancement Program (PEP) Grant Application
- Park Amenity Donation List
- Park Regulations
- Field Rain Policy
- At-Risk Youth Employment Information
2009 Parks and Recreation Master Plan