City of Pleasanton


Activities Guide and Registration
Alviso Adobe - Natural World
Callippe Preserve Golf Course
Facility Rentals
Fee Assistance Program
Firehouse Arts Center
Gingerbread Preschool
Parks, Trails, and Open Space
Special Interest Classes
Sports and Sport Fields


Arts and Entertainment
Senior Services
Tree Information
Youth and Teen Services




Community Services


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2014 Fall/Winter Activities Guide

Fall / Winter Activity Guide

Pleasanton Community Education Series

October 15, 2014

Community Services Department offers a wide array of indoor and outdoor activities, classes, services and facilities for all ages through its Recreation, Civic Arts, Human Services, Landscape Architecture and Administration divisions.  To find out more information on any of the following topics, click on the links to the left.

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Activities Guide and Registration: Check out the latest Activities Guide to see what activities, camps and classes are being offered this quarter, and for the registration forms and instructions.

Alviso Adobe:  The Alviso Adobe Community Park is home to our Natural World programs.  Learn about the history of Pleasanton and see the wonders of the natural world.  

Aquatics: If you like swimming or water exercise, or want to get certified in water safety, the Aquatics Center offers something for you.

Callippe Preserve Golf Course The Course provides golfers a challenging 18-hole course, driving range, and clubhouse with indoor and outdoor seating. 

Facility Rentals:  Planning a wedding reception, birthday party, meeting, sports tournament, or play?  The City rents several facilities, such as event and meeting rooms, gyms, and softball fields for the community’s needs.

Gingerbread Preschool Parents love the educational and social experiences their 3-5 year olds get at our school year Gingerbread Preschool program.

Paratransit/Transportation:  The City is pleased to offer transportation service for Pleasanton seniors (age 70 and up) and ADA-qualified persons of any age.

Parks, Trails and Open Space:  The City provides and maintains 42 parks with great amenities, several miles of trails, numerous acres of open space, and a Community Garden.

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

Senior Services:  Trips, activities, transportation, supporting services and vital information are available from various departments to community members as young as age 50.  The City also offers scholarships/limited financial assistance to qualified seniors to participate in various activities.

Special Interest Classes:  Looking for something on exercise, fitness, self-improvement, nature, computers, babysitting, dog training, or woodworking?  The City has special interest and environmental education classes and activities to meet your needs.

Sports and Sports Fields Through the City or the many local sports groups, you can play soccer, baseball, basketball, football, tennis, lacrosse, softball, golf, roller hockey, volleyball, bocce, or badminton.

Tree Preservation and Landscape Architecture: The City Landscape Architect manages design and construction of new parks, Landscape and Lighting Districts, and the Heritage Tree Preservation program.

Youth and Teen Services:  Several departments offer wide ranging activities and services to the community’s youth, such as Mini-Sports for children as young as 3, or serving as an appointed City official on the Youth Commission (middle and high school students).  Also offered are scholarships/limited financial assistance to qualified youth to participate in various activities.

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