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 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.

 

Notice of Fee Changes

November 3, 2016 

Effective November 28, 2016, some recreation and library services program and
activities fees will change. Fee-free offerings will continue.

Notice of Fee Changes

Pre-school Classes Offered

September 30, 2016 

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 €nds-on€xperiences. 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.

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Notifying the Public of Rights Under Title VI

November 25, 2014 

The City of Inglewood operates its senior transportation programs and services without regard to race, color, and national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Any person who believes she or he has been aggrieved by any unlawful discriminatory practice under Title VI may file a complaint with the City of Inglewood.

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