Welcome to Parks, Recreation and Library Services
The Parks, Recreation and Library Services Department is charged with enhancing the quality of life for Inglewood residents, businesses and visitors through the provision of comprehensive recreational, social and community beautification services and programs. The Department consists of four Divisions - Parks, Recreation and Cultural, Human Services and Library Services - with the following goals:
- Provide comprehensive recreational, Library and community service programs for youth, families and senior citizens.
- Promote broad access to parks, recreational, and library facilities.
- Expand opportunities for cultural enrichment.
- Maintain a high level of service and maintenance in City parks, parkways, center medians, islands, alleys and trees located on City property.
- Promote community beautification and foster neighborhood preservation through responsive and professional anti-graffiti activities.
Our ultimate goal is to help individuals enjoy life.
|March 24, 2015
"Inglewood Urbanstage: Construction as Performance" will take place on the City Hall North Plaza beginning Friday, March 27, 2015 at 7 p.m. "Inglewood Urbanstage" is a month-long architectural sculpture, construction performance and panel series by artist/architect Cheryl Wing-Zi Wong. The series, which is open and free to the public, will run through April 26, 2015. Cheryl Wing-Zi Wong is a 2014-2015 Inglewood Growing Artists Projects (IGAP) award recipient. This project is funded through the Public Art Fund. For more information about the artist and schedule of events, click here.|
|March 24, 2015
The City's Community Information Guide - Spring/Summer Edition is now available and filled with opportunities for you to enjoy the beautiful days of spring and summer while being active, outdoors, creative and environmentally conscious. For the lastest happenings, programs and services, click here - ENGLISH SPANISH|
|February 9, 2015
The Early Childhood Development Program provides pre-school classes for children 12 months to five years of age. The program provides a recreation experience with an emphasis on learning through s-oneriences. All class activities are designed to promote social, physical and intellectual growth. Activities include creative arts and crafts, rhythms, finger plays, dance, storytelling, share time and free play. Additional offerings include, outdoor play activity, nutrition time, field trips and picnics. Classes are offered at Rogers Park, Lockhaven Community Center and Siminski Park. For more information contact the Pre-School Office at (310) 412-8882