Community Services / Parks & Recreation

The Community Services Department is responsible for managing and caring for the City’s parks, open space areas, and recreation facilities and for providing quality, affordable recreational opportunities for residents of all ages. 

Tuesdays in The Plaza


The 2017 Concert Series begins May 30th. Click here for the full line-up and concert details


Fall 2017 Soccer Registration


Registration for the 2017 soccer season is now underway.  Leagues are available for Boys and Girls ages 5 - 14. Practices begin in August and the season begins September 9th.  Register before May 31st and receive a 15% discount. For more information and to register, please visit http://bit.ly/HealdsburgSoccer
 

Recreation Guide

    
Check out our 2017 Spring and Summer Recreation Guide for a complete list of programs happening now through August 2017.  Registration for these programs are now open! 

  
Copies of this Guide are available at the Healdsburg Community Center. Please call the Community Center with questions regarding any of our programs at 707-431-3301, or click on the icon below to register online today.
    
   
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Services & Facilities

  • Community Center
  • Senior Center
  • Recreation Programs
  • After School Programs
  • Aquatics Programs
  • Summer Concert Series
  • Facility & Picnic Reservations
  • Athletic Field Scheduling
  • Villa Chanticleer
  • Plaza Park
  • Recreation Park
  • Neighborhood & Community Parks
  • Open Space - Healdsburg Ridge
  • Carson Warner Skate Park
  • Dog Parks
  • Community Gardens 
  • Banner, Film & Special Event Permits

Do You Know How Your Parks & Programs are Paid For?
Your Community Services Department is supported by program fees and Transient Occupancy Taxes (TOT) paid by visitors to Healdsburg who stay in the City's hotels, inns and bed and breakfasts. Of the 12% tax paid on the nightly room rate, 2% goes to the general fund for public safety and 10% goes to support your parks, senior center, community center and recreation programs. No general fund money is used to fund this department.