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Welcome to the Bell Gardens Recreation and Community Services website. The Recreation Department is dedicated to serving the community of Bell Gardens and its residents. We pride ourselves with great service and first rate programing. Feel free to look through our scheduled programs and if there is anything you don't find on the web site, please don't hesitate to contact our office at (562) 806-7650 so that we may better assist you--enjoy your visit!
In observance of the upcoming holidays, the main recreation office at Ford Park will be closed on Friday, December 23, 2016 at 5pm. The office will re-open on Tuesday, January 3, 2017 at 8am.
Thank you and happy holidays!
Learn to make a mini-pinata utilizing a few simple supplies. Use it to decorate your home or at your next birthday party.
The Bell Gardens Recreation and Community Services Department is now providing free meals for youth ages 0-17. The healthy meals are sponsored by Empowered 4 Life Foundation their mission is to ensure every child and teen has access to nutritional meals and snacks. The program is offered at two locations: Bell Gardens Park and the Neighborhood Youth Center. For more information please call (562) 806-7650.
In partnership with the Los Angeles Department of Public Health and First 5 LA Choose Health Los Angeles Kids (CHLAK), Human Services Association (HSA) is working in the community to prevent and reduce childhood obesity. HSA has been designated to work with Bell Gardens, Huntington Park, South Gate, Cudahy, Downey, and Vernon.
Thanks to a grant from the California Parks and Recreation Society, children in Bell Gardens will be able to enjoy a brand new play structure in Marlow Park. The brightly colored equipment, which will be installed atop an impact-absorbing rubber surface, will replace an aging apparatus and is designed to encourage physical activity and fitness through active play.
CPR and First Aid training can be the difference between life and death in any emergency situation, and even if you are not trained, knowing a few tips can help in the case of an accident. Getting CPR certified is simple and affordable, and it can even be done online in the comfort of your own home. Here are a few CPR safety tips to keep in your back pocket in case of an emergency.
Check the scene: the first rule of both CPR and First Aid training is to check the scene and make sure everything is safe. You cannot help someone if you also get hurt.
Reach your fitness goals! Our classes will help motivate you to work out at various intensity levels in the safest manner possible. High energy & intensely fun! Classes for various fitness levels are available. Join today!
For registration information call (562) 806-7650 or visit our Recreation Department Office at John Anson Ford Park (8000 Park Lane).