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About Parks and Recreation

"The mission of Parks & Recreation services in Brisbane is to engage and inspire a healthier community by providing fun, inclusive, innovative and safe parks, facilities and programs." 

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Brisbane has an extensive system of parks, trails and recreational facilities.  They range from well-manicured parks with play structures, to quiet trails.  The Parks and Recreation Department manages these facilities, and with help from the Public Works Department to keep the parks nicely mowed and free of debris, are able to offer the Brisbane community a wide selection of programs for all ages.  Citizens can offer input regarding Parks and Recreation to the City through the Parks and Recreation Commission and the Youth Advisory Committee.  


The Parks and Recreation Department is is located on the 2nd floor of City Hall:

50 Park Place Brisbane CA 94005 (Map)
Tel (415) 508-2140 | Fax (415)467-4989
parks-recreation@brisbaneca.org 
 

The Parks & Recreation Department is open in accordance with City Hall operating hours:

Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays | 8:00am-5:00pm  
Wednesdays | 8:00am-8:00pm  
Fridays | 8:00am-1:00pm

Please note: our office is closed during scheduled Parks & Recreation Commission meetings on the 2nd Wednesday of every month in the evening to allow for staff to be present. 

Parks & Recreation Department Staff

 

Activity Guide

Did you know that a single sheet of paper requires 160 cups of water to produce? We find that to be pretty outrageous…don’t you?  The Parks & Recreation department has decided to pilot a revised approach to marketing and promoting our wonderful classes, programs, and events.  For the first time, a 16-page Fall Activity Guide is NOT being included as a special insert in the August STAR newsletter. The decision to test this method stems from a desire to reduce the City’s paper waste and decrease our environmental footprint.  Specific program flyers for childcare, seniors, aquatics, and special events are available online and will still be obtainable for residents to pick up from recreational facilities and City Hall if desired.  However, the goal of this pilot is to encourage residents to take advantage of the many electronic platforms the City uses to inform residents about what is happening in Brisbane.  These include the City website, weekly blast, and social media outlets.  (Click the link above to follow us on Facebook!)  Friendly Parks & Recreation department staff are happy to assist residents with identifying where they can locate all the necessary information to serve their recreational needs and we thank you for your support of this environmentally-sustainable decision.

Class Registration

Registration for the 2019 Fall session opens on Tuesday, August 13th for residents, and on August 20th for non-residents.  Click here for information on how to register for classes and programs.

    Program & Class Information

    Youth Programs

    For more information regarding programs and classes for youth including: preschool, school-age, seasonal camps, enrichment classes, and more.

    Teen Programs

    For more information regarding Teen programming.

    Adult Classes

    For more information regarding classes for adults.

    Seniors & Active Adults

    For more information regarding classes and programs for seniors and active adults.

     

    Recreational Facilities

    • Basketball Courts | Park Lane @ Old County Rd.
    • Bay Trail Cycle Path
    • Brisbane Marina | 400 Sierra Point Parkway
    • Community Center | 250 Visitacion Avenue
    • Community Garden & Orchard
    • Community Park | Old County Road @ San Francisco Ave.
    • Community Pool | 2 Solano Street
    • Crocker Park Recreational Trail | Trailhead located on Park Lane
    • Dog Park | Entrance rear of City Hall parking lot and second entrance on Park Lane 
    • Fisherman's Park | Sierra Point Pkwy
    • Firth Park | Glen Park Way
    • Lipman School Gym/Field | 1 Solano Street
    • Mission Blue Center | 475 Mission Blue Drive
    • Parks & Trails
    • Quarry Road Park and Trail | San Francisco Ave. @ Inyo St.
    • Recreation Activity Room | 500 San Bruno Avenue
    • San Bruno Mountain State & County Park
    • Senior Sunrise Room | 2 Visitacion Avenue
    • Silverspot Tot Lot | Solano Street
    • Skate Park | Park Lane @ Park Place
    • Tennis Courts | 1 Solano Street & 475 Mission Blue Drive

     

    Special Events

    Be sure to check out our Special Events page for more information regarding all of our community-wide events.

    Want to see what we do? 

    Click on the image below to view our 2019 Parks & Recreation Month video which gives you a tiny snapshot of all that happens over the span of 12 months!

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