Recreation

Overview

Redlands Recreation Division

Facilities and Community Services Redlands Recreation and Senior Services

With the continuously evolving COVID-19 crisis, the City of Redlands Recreation Divison has temporarily closed the Redlands Community Center and both Joslyn and Lugonia Senior Centers, as well has suspended all reservations in buildings. The city however has reopened tennis, pickleball, and golf programs. In addition, all sport fields have reopened to allow for individual fitness opportunities. Please visit our website often as updates will be posted regulatory.

With our facility closures in effect the Redlands Recreation Division will continue to dedicate ourselves to serving our community by providing and promoting fun and enriching recreational programming that you can enjoy in the safety of your home though our Virtual Recreation Center. Click here to find out more. 

In addition, we are working with members and businesses of our community to provide support to our Seniors who are at high risk during the COVID-19 crisis. The services we are able to provide includes weekly frozen food packages through the Family Service Association, Daily hot meals delivered to their door through the Meals on Wheels program, care packages for seniors, our never alone program, and social engaging programs via Zoom.

Create an Account with ActiveNet our online class registration system

For more information on our current services or for ways you can assist during this crisis please email us at recreationstaff@cityofredlands.org or call us at one of the numbers listed below:

Direct Telephone Numbers:

  • Recreation & Senior Services: (909) 798-7572
  • Senior Helpline: (909) 798-7579
  • Senior Transportation: (909) 435-5419

Department Hours:

Monday – Friday: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed
Holidays: Closed

Facilities and Community Services – Recreation Division

111 West Lugonia Ave.
Redlands, CA 92374
(909) 798-7572

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Fresh Air Challenge
Redlands Conservancy and the City of Redlands

Fresh Air Challenge

Join The Redlands Conservancy and the City of Redlands in our month-long partnership to encourage participants to “ramble” the streets and trails of our town. You may walk, run, bike or “ramble” any trail, path, sidewalk, or driveway.

The Fresh Air Challenge is big; we want Redlands to walk as many miles as possible (we’re shooting for a million miles in the month of January!)

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Upcoming Events

December 19th 2020 Christmas at the park

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Current Programming

City of Redlands Recreation Division Virtual Recreation Center Redlands Play At Home

redlands community center Youth tennis lessons with instructor john thau

Join our virtual ukulele class

Bollywood dance classes with instructor meenakshi tyagi

Match Play Tennis Academy at ford park

Coffee and Conversation

Virtual Creative Writing

Virtual Watercolor with Cindy Sullivan

Redlands Recreation CYSC Cheer Post

Yoga sessions with urmila prospect park

Qigong sessions with urmila prospect park

 

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Current Services

Redlands Senior Citizen Hotline (909) 798-7579 Open Daily Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm

Senior Transportation call  (909) 435-5419 to schedule an appointment

Healthy Meals for Seniors click her for info on food services for seniros

Never Alone Program

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Redlands Kids Care Poster Contest
Contest Winners

Can you stay safe from covid 19 start wash hands no not safe yes wear mask yes stay 6 feet apart no not safe yes safe

A big thank you to the more than 100 local children who entered the contest. And a thank you too to our co-sponsors the City of Redlands, Redlands Chamber of Commerce, Citrograph Printing, Inc., and the Rochford Foundation.

First-place winners in each category get books from Frugal Frigate, toys from Jack’s Toys, a pizza dinner, movie tickets and a framed poster. Look for the winning posters all around town. Click here to see all the entries.