The Community Services Department offers a variety of programs for our citizens, from the City's youth to our treasured Senior Citizens. The Reedley Community Center is located at 100 N. East Avenue, Reedley, CA 93654 - (559) 637-4203 and you can e-mail the Administrative Assistant at email@example.com
HOURS: Our office is open Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., including the lunch hour. On Tuesdays our office will stay open until 6:00 p.m. We hope this helps those of you who work out of town or otherwise can't get in during regular business hours. We will be able to assist with registration and facility rental.
Coming soon: Online registration
RABOBANK FIESTA WALK RUN
The Rabobank Fiesta Walk Run is a Valley Runner of the Year Series 30 point race for the 5 mile run. Due to this classification, we should see runners from all around the valley participating. In addition to the highly competitive series race, we also have categories for runners as young as 2 who can compete in the 1/8 mile run. There are also the ¼ mile and ½ mile for kids. Older children and adults can compete in the 2 and 5 mile walks and runs. Both competitive and non-competitive entries are available. Awards are given to each gender, age group and race. All races start and end in the downtown area. Come early for the race and stay for the Fiesta Parade and events in the park afterward.
Race typically held 2nd Saturday in October
Races start at 6:55 am
A professional photographer will take pictures. When you find yours on his site, download it for free. All kids races are only $6.00; Adults are $23 (postmarked by Sept. 22); $28 (afterward) A race shirt is provided to all pre-registered runners; late registration shirts until supplies last. Results for 2017 race: https://runsignup.com/Race/CA/Reedley/RabobankFiestaWalkRun
Reedley Municipal Airport covers an area of 138 acres (56 ha) which contains one asphalt paved runway (15/33) measuring 3,300 x 60 ft (1,006 x 18 m).
Leisure Guide July - De
Contains items of interest for everyone - Seniors, Youth, and Adults. Be sure to look at Page 2 which contains dates for most of our activites, including registration dates. This excellent source of information lists fees, location of activities, phone numbers for more information, etc. We have copies available in our office. Or, you can print the digital version contained here.
Facebook Fan Page
A variety of aquatic activities are offered for all ages. All programs take place at Reedley High School pool.
Check out our Aquatics page for up to date information.
For specific questions, contact Sarah Reid at firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you Facebook? If so, become a fan of the City of Reedley’s Community Services Facebook Page.
CSD Activies Email Blast
If you would like to receive our Activities Update Email, contact Helen Bedolla
to get on our mailing list. We send the Email Blast out periodically to inform you of upcoming activities you or your family might be interested in. This is a great way to avoid missing registration dates.
Our department offers a variety of activities for young and old. Check out the Leisure Guide for specifics. Or for upcoming activities, we post fliers on each webpage (Seniors, Youth, Adults, etc). Current brochures are posted.
Tiny Tots Programs
We now provide three sports - Flag Football, Baseball and Basketball. It is a step-by-step approach that builds confidence and self-esteem, as well as making sports fun for children ages 3-4 (baseball & basketball) 3-5 (flag football). .
Reedley Community Parkway
The Reedley Parkway corridor/bike and pedestrian trail project is a continuous 2.6 mile, multi-use, non-motorized, tree-lined transportation corridor constructed on railbanked railroad right-of-way. The corridor ranges in widths from seventy-five feet (75') to one hundred feet (100') and follows a clearly defined route which extends in a northwest to southeast direction through the center of the City.
Our Leisure Guide explains most of our ongoing Senior Programs, but the best way to find out what is going on in our Senior Department is to drop by the Phil Hudson Room on the north end of the Community Center to find out first hand what we have to offer local seniors. A lunch program, classes, and a variety of trips are planned on a regular basis.
Special Event Permit Applications
If you or your group/organization are planning a large event, asking for street closure or other types of encroachments onto city property, you might need to apply for a Special Event Permit. Call the Community Services Office to see if your event qualifies as a Special Event. Our staff will be happy to help you with this process. Call us if you have any questions.
We have rooms in a variety of sizes for wedding receptions, birthday parties, baby showers, classes, and meetings.
The City has a variety of parks. Call us for more information on use of City parks for your next event. We have sports parks, river parks, bandshells, pavilions, etc. Call our reservation specialist, Helen Bedolla (559-637-4203) to check on availability and prices.
Community Recreation Grants
are no longer available.
Joel Glick, Community Services Director
Administration, Airport, Transit, Airport Commission, Community Services Commission.
Sarah Reid, Community Services Superintendent
Youth and Adult Sports, Aquatics, Preschool, Enrichment Classes and Activities, After School Programs.
Denise Phariss, Administrative Assistant
Airport Hangar and Tiedown Rentals, Facebook and Department Website, Special Events Coordinator, Community Recreation Grants, Leisure Guide.
Christina Ontiveros, Senior Coordinator - email@example.com Newsletter, Commission on Aging, Meal Programs, Activities and Trips for Local Senior Citizens.