Recreation

Summer Registration Now Open

Alameda County Public Health Department Current Shelter In Place Orders

Alameda County Public Health Department's current Health Order—issued on May 18, 2020—does not provide a sunset date for sheltering in place as previous Orders provided. Non-essential City services and facilities will be closed until further notice. For more information, and for live updates impacting our community, visit the City of Pleasanton COVID-19 Update Page.

 

Essential services that will remain available include Paratransit service to medical appointments and grocery stores only; Open Heart Kitchen's senior lunch program brown bag pick-up only; and Spectrum Community Services' Meals on Wheels. 

Here’s important numbers to have if you need the assistance of an essential City service:

Pleasanton Senior Center Main: (925) 931-5365
Pleasanton Paratransit: (925) 931-5376
Senior Support Program of the Tri-Valley: (925) 931-5379
Meals on Wheels: (925) 931-5385
Open Heart Kitchen: (925) 500-8241
Sage Cafe: (925) 931-5363
City Serve of the Tri-Valley: (925) 223-6947
Pleasanton Non Emergency: (925) 931-5100

Visit our Virtual Library & Recreation Center to participate in online programs and to access eResources and activities.

 

The City's Library and Recreation Department oversees Pleasanton's library, recreation, human services, and civic arts programs, which are designed to provide activities for all ages. 

A variety of indoor and outdoor camps, classes, events, and services are offered at the library, sports park, senior center, aquatic center, the Alviso Adobe and several other facilities and parks.

Click here to see the 2018 Library and Recreation Annual Report.

For information and questions, please send an email to recreation@cityofpleasantonca.gov

The City of Pleasanton Library and Recreation Department invites people with and without disabilities to enjoy our sites, facilities, and programs. For information, please contact inclusionservices@cityofpleasantonca.gov