Parks, Recreation & Community Enrichment

Program Description
The Parks and Recreation Division of  Lawndale Community Services, provides opportunities to promote healthy and productive lifestyles for people of all ages. A number of programs are available in the City of Lawndale that build strong, healthy, and active neighborhoods. Take a look!

Interested in becoming an instructor???

The City of Lawndale has ongoing needs for contract class instructors who can bring new and exciting services to our community. Instructors interested in teaching will need to complete a contract class proposal and attach a résumé, along with references for consideration. Submissions should be sent to the Community Services Department located at 14700 Burin Avenue Lawndale, California. New proposals must be submitted 3 months prior to the start of classes. All classes and programs require prior approval by the Community Services Department.

Contract instructors do not pay facility rental fees, however a percentage of the earnings are collected for facility use, department staffing, registration, & advertisement in the Lawndalian newsletter.
For more information please contact Mike Estes, CSD Director at (310) 973-3272 or [email protected]

Facility Rentals:

Note: Indoor reservation space at the Harold E. Hofmann Community Center and William Green Park will be available January 2023. Call the department if your date is later than January 1, 2023 as applications will be accepted early. Applications from outdoor reservations are currently being accepted if space is available.

Do you have a special occasion coming up or are you looking for a sport facility? You may be able to rent a space from the City. Facilities available for rent include soccer fields, softball fields, and the Community Center event rooms for meetings, workshops, or celebrations. If you are looking for facility rentals, please call the City of Lawndale at (310) 973-3270 to find out more information.

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