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Recreation Services
600 Nickerson Drive
Paso Robles, CA 93446
(805) 237-3988
(805) 237-6424 FAX
Municipal Pool
534 28th Street
(805) 237-3984
Senior Center
270 Scott Street
(805) 237-3880
Monday - Friday
12:00 pm. - 5:00 pm.
Recreation Services


Taco Bell Track Meet - April 16, 2016
Grades Kinder - 5th // $10 Per Participant
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Find out more event information here!

Monthly Tai Chi or Qigong Classes

Try something new that's really old! Join one of our monthly Tai Chi or Qigong classes.

Instructor Faye Baker briefly explains the benefits of this ancient art in this article [PDF].

Drop-In Basketball Monday through Thursday after school until 4pm (Fridays from 3-5pm)
Karate Monthly Sessions - Ages 7+

2016 Aquatic Programs Recruitment

Certified Lifeguards & Water Safety Instructors are needed for the 2016 Summer Season!

Visit Human Resources: Jobs for more information and to dowload the application today!

Application Deadline EXTENDED to April 22nd at 5PM

Register for Classes Online Today!

Our mission is to create a better community through people, programs, places and experiences. We strive to achieve our mission by providing recreational and special event programming for personal enrichment, fitness and well-being for people of all ages.

A Message from Julie Dahlen

Director - Library and Recreation Services

"Keep on rockin' in the free world."
[Neil Young]

Julie DahlenI ring in the New Year with an abundance of emotions:
Optimism at the reopening of Centennial Pool in May 2016, pride as our downtown City Park undergoes an exciting renovation, and gratitude for all who guided our City to this rebirth. Topping that list is my boss, Jim App. This Activity Guide marks his retirement as our City Manager after an unprecedented 18 years at the helm. Jim managed through the toughest times with his wry sense of humor, profound intelligence and sincere desire to support the best interests of his community. I learned much from you, Jim, not the least of which is to be concise and succinct.

So, I'll end as I began: "Keep on rockin' in the free world," Jim, with all the sentiments Neil Young intended.

And, thank you.

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