Parks and Recreation Services

#RecNRollPatrol
Lookout for the "Rec N Roll Patrol" in a neighborhood near you! Throughout the summer, Parks and Recreation Services staff will randomly select Santa Fe Springs resident households of past participants. They will go to an address and deliver a “Safe at Home” recreation kit and outdoor chalked art area (or other chalk art games). Recreation kits will include crafts, coloring pages, and more! #RecNRollPatrol
 
How Do I Sign Up?
No need to sign up. If you’ve registered for a class or activity in the past 2 years, you are automatically entered in the drawing. Only one household per block per delivery day.
 
For more information, please send an email recreation@santafesprings.org.

Scavenger Hunt

Participation in the scavenger hunt is free. Visit local parks and parkettes from July 22 – August 31, for a chance towin a prize. During your visit, locate the hidden Scavenger Hunt sign within the park.

Utilize your mobile phone to scan the QR Code on each sign. Each QR code will link you to a video containing instructions. Follow the instructions to locate the secret code word at each park. Visit multiple parks to obtain additional secret code words and increase your chances of winning a prize. (One entry, per park, per person).

Email your first and last name, park location and the secret code word for each respective park to recreation@santafesprings.org by midnight on August 31.

All winners will be notified via email by September 9 with instructions on how to claim prizes. For additional information or questions please contact the Recreation and Community Services Department at recreation@santafesprings.org or call (562) 863-4896.


Game Checkout

You can now reserve your favorite games from our parks to play at home for FREE! Games are available in 2 week increments, so please check back frequently to view availability.  Please click here to register:  Game Checkout!


Opening of City Parks

Effective Monday, June 15th, all of our city parks will open for passive recreation only.
This means the basketball courts, playgrounds, picnic areas, etc. will be cordoned off and other amenities, such as the restrooms, will be closed. Lakeview Park and Santa Fe Springs Park will be open and staffed Monday - Sunday from 12:00 - 8:00 p.m. Little Lake Park and Los Nietos Park will be open and staffed from Monday - Sunday from 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Staff will be available during these hours to answer questions from the general public. Visit our website for more information. 
Heritage Park will re-open on June 22nd , Monday - Sunday 10:00 a.m. 8:00 p.m. for passive recreation. All amenities and restrooms will also be closed. Physical distancing of 6 ft. and face covering will be required.

The City of Santa Fe Springs is closely monitoring guidelines from federal, state and county officials regarding the coronavirus. The “Safer at Home” order remains in full effect. Based on this directive designed to limit the spread of COVID-19 and as a precaution against the virus, the City has decided to maintain facilities closed and cancel all programs and events until further notice. Our City residents’ health and safety remains one of our top priorities, therefore, preventing public interaction during this pandemic will reduce the exposure to COVID-19. 

In the meantime, please visit our Virtual Recreation Center page for ideas on how to stay active and busy while we are 'Safer at Home'.

Town Center Hall 11740 Telegraph Road, Santa Fe Springs, California 90670
Phone Number: (562) 863 - 4896   Facility closed major holidays.

Office Hours: Monday - Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m., Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.