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Youth and Teen Services

Pleasanton offers a number of youth activities and services through various City departments.  To find out more information on any of the following topics, click on the links.

Youth Sports, Recreational Classes and Special Interest Activities:  The Community Services Department offers a wide variety of sports, aquatics classes, recreational activities, arts programs and classes, and specialty classes to meet any need. Click on the links below for more information.

To view all Youth and Teen programs, see our current Activities Guide.

Teens and Young Adults: Join our Teen Improv Group, audition for the Youth Music Festival, or apply to serve on the Youth Commission.

From art and science classes, sports leagues and classes, and summer camps, we offer a variety of programs for all teens!

Gingerbread Preschool:  Parents love the educational and social experiences their 2-5 year olds receive at our school year Gingerbread Preschool program and summer camps.

Library Youth Programs:  Pleasanton Library provides over 20 services and activities geared specifically for youth.

Police Department Youth Programs:  Pleasanton Police provides information, presentations, activities, and education for the safety and development of the community’s young people.  It covers areas such as bicycle safety, child seat safety, DARE Program, Explorer (law enforcement career) Program, juvenile diversion, Megan’s Law, school resource officers, teen citizens police academy, and Traffic Safety Education Programs.

The Parent Project®: The Pleasanton Police Department, in partnership with Pleasanton Unified School District Adult Education, is proud to present The Parent Project®. The Parent Project® is an interactive class that teaches parents skills to work with their strong-willed adolescents. The class teaches effective strategies proven to change destructive adolescent behavior. The class answers difficult questions, teaches solutions and provides practical and emotional support for parents living with defiant children. 

For more information please contact the Youth and Community Services Sergeant at (925) 931-5169.  For information on upcoming classes contact Pleasanton Unified School District Adult Education at (925) 426-4280.  You can also read more about The Parent Project® at

Recreational Activities for the Developmentally Disabled: Our RADD program offers recreational activities and events designed for developmentally disabled members of the community, ages 15 and up.



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