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Community Services Division
550 East Remington Drive
Sunnyvale, CA 94087
(408) 730-7350

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Fall 2015 Activity Guide

Sunnyvale's Fall 2015 Activity Guide is now available online. Check out upcoming fall activities and classes. Register online at

Summer 2015 Activity Guide

Sunnyvale's Summer 2015 Activity Guide is now available online. Register online at Check out upcoming summer events, including the Splash Special Event, get your first look at our summer aquatics and camp selectinos and find out about summer volunteer opportunities.

About Us

The Community Services division offers classes, recreational and social programs for all ages in art, music, dance, sports, fitness, aquatics and other areas of interest, as well as low-cost family and senior health services, childcare referrals and other social services.

Many activities are concentrated at the Sunnyvale Community Center complex at 550 E. Remington Drive. The Community Center is centrally located near downtown Sunnyvale and includes the Sunnyvale Senior Center, Indoor Sports Center, Creative Arts Center, Sunnyvale Theatre and Recreation Building that houses a ballroom, classrooms and meeting rooms. 

Community Services programs and resources serving at-risk youth and families with limited access to basic resources are offered at the Columbia Neighborhood Center, in North Sunnyvale at 785 Morse Avenue. The Columbia Neighborhood Center houses the MayView Community Health Clinic and the AMD Sports Center. Many services at the Columbia Neighborhood Center are offered in both Spanish and English.

The Community Services division also offers programs at parks and pools throughout the city and oversees rentals of City-operated facilities and fields. Community Services staff work closely with members of the Public Works department, who maintain Sunnyvale’s outdoor recreation spaces including 21 parks for picnics and play, acres of sports fields, two golf courses, tennis center, skate park and a community garden.

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Fall Registration Is Open

Registration opens on Wednesday, July 29 for Fall programs and classes. Online registration will begin at midnight, while in-person registration will begin when the Community Center opens at 9 a.m. For class listings, visit If you have previously registred for a class, look for the Fall Acitivity Guide in your mailbox.

The Serenaders Big Band Concert, 9/13

Sunnyvale's very own 14-piece big band, The Serenaders, will perform a free concert, Sunday, September 13, 1:30 - 3 p.m. at Ortega Park, 636 Harrow Way. The concert will feature big band swinging hits from the 1940s and 1950s. Dance the afternoon away outdoors under the shade of the gazebo, or bring your own chair to sit back and relax while you enjoy the music. For more information, please call (408) 629-0556 or visit the Sunnyvale Recreation Facebook Event page.


Interim Department Director

Anne Cain

City of Sunnyvale Community Services Interim Department Director Anne Cain


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