What is status of parks, playgrounds, basketball and tennis courts?


Open 

  • Open space areas at all parks for walking, jogging, exercise etc.
  • Outdoor basketball courts are open.
  • Park restrooms are open.
  • Picnic Shelter reservations for dates starting July 3, 2021. 
  • Playgrounds at all parks are open.
  • Tennis and pickleball courts are open.
  • The following sites are open: 
    • Barnes Park, 350 S. McPherrin Ave. - 3 Tennis courts and 6 Pickleball courts (shared use)

    • Garvey Ranch Park, 781 S. Orange Ave - 2 Tennis courts

    • George Elder Park, 1950 Wilcox Ave. - 4 Tennis courts

    • Highlands Park, 400 Casuda Canyon Dr. - 2 Tennis courts

    • Sequoia Park, 750 Ridgecrest St. - 2 Tennis courts

    • Sierra Vista Park, 311 N. Rural Dr. - 1 Pickleball court

    • Sunnyslopes Park, 1599 Sunnyslope Dr. - 2 Tennis courts

Modified and Limited  

  • Dial-A-Ride: transportation for medical appointments and essential grocery/ pharmacy trips.
  • Pool is open for aquatics programs - lap swim, swim lessons and water aerobics. Registration is required.
  • Recreation facilities, activities and programs - Click here to visit our online registration site.
  • Senior Lunch Program - Delivery only 

For Lunch and Dial-A-Ride program information, please call the Langley Senior Center at 626-307-1395. 


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