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

Front Counter Hours:
Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.

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Spring 2016 Activity Guide

Sunnyvale's Spring Activity Guide is now available. Check out upcoming spring activities and classes as well as summer camps and spring aquatics. Register online at beginning January 27, 2016.

Winter 2015 - 2016 Activity Guide

Sunyvale's Winter Activity Guide is now available. Check out winter activities and classes that occur in January and February. Register online at

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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Spring Registration Now Open

Online registration is open for spring session classes. For class listings, visit or look at the digital version of Spring Activity Guide.

Sunnyvale Camp Fair, 2/28

Parents and kids are invited to meet camp personnel, ask questions and choose the camp that's right for you. This free event features activities and giveaways for kids and convenient, on-site registration for parents. Plus, register at the Camp Fair to receive a $10 discount* per week. Just look for the red starburst next to applicable camps in the Spring Activity Guide.

*See for list of discounted camps.


Department Director

Cynthia Bojorquez

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City of Sunnyvale

Normal City Hours of Operation are
8 a.m. until 5 p.m.

(408) 730-7500

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