Recreation and Community Services
Due to the Coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic, the following programs are canceled until further notice: Facility/field rentals. basketball courts, picnic shelters, pools and city hall are closed until further notice. Park open spaces may be utilized if physical distancing is maintained.
City staff will continue to be available by email or phone.
Update effective May 3, 2021: Park Playgrounds and Restrooms are Open to the Public following physical distancing and health guidelines provided by the LA County Public Health Department.
Specific restrictions and safety guidelines required at the tennis and pickleball courts as directed by the LA County Health Officer Order include:
- Physical distancing of six feet must be maintained at all times.
- Singles and Doubles play permitted for individuals or members of a single household.
- Each participant must bring their own equipment with their initials on each ball. Participants will only be permitted to handle their own pickleball and tennis balls.
- Participants will be required to wear face covering at all times except during play.
- Bring water and hand sanitizer or disinfecting wipes to wash and sanitize hands frequently.
- A maximum of one-hour play will be allowed when others are waiting.
Failure to follow these regulations may result in court closure.
The following sites are open under the provided restrictions and safety guidelines:
- Barnes Park, 350 S. McPherrin Ave. - three tennis courts
- Garvey Ranch Park, 781 S. Orange Ave - two tennis courts
- George Elder Park, 1950 Wilcox Ave. - four tennis courts
- Highlands Park, 400 Casuda Canyon Dr. - two tennis courts
- Sequoia Park, 750 Ridgecrest St. - two tennis courts
- Sierra Vista Park, 311 N. Rural Dr. - one pickleball court
- Sunnyslopes Park, 1599 Sunnyslope Dr. - two tennis courts
We will provide more information as it becomes available to us. We appreciate your patience and understanding.
For more information, please visit www.montereypark.ca.gov/coronavirus.
The Monterey Park Recreation and Community Services Department enriches lives and fosters harmony within the community through citywide programs and special events.
We believe quality of life is improved through healthy life styles, educational and recreational opportunities, public participation, respect, compassion, and enhancement of our urban forest.
We accomplish this through community outreach, quality programming, activities and events, safe, and well-maintained parks and facilities, and an aesthetically pleasing environment that is provided by professional and caring employees, contractors and volunteers.
The Recreation and Community Services Department is responsible for the development, implementation, coordination, and delivery of recreational and leisure time activities. The programs are to promote the well being and enjoyment of life for the city’s residents through the fulfillment of their recreational, cultural, social and educational needs.
In addition to the recreational activities the department operates the city’s Dial-A-Ride service, Volunteer Programs, Cable TV (MPK-TV), and coordinates the monthly publication of the Cascades newspaper.
For information about current class schedules, please visit our online registration page.
Commissions that serve as advisory bodies for the Recreation and Community Services Department: