Parks and Recreation Share Print Like Us On Facebook | Permit Pay | Find a Park | NRPA | CPRS | SCMAF | PROGRAMS AT-A GLANCE(3/2017) THE SPOTLIGHT COMMUNITY SERVICES GUIDE CHILDREN'S BILL OF RIGHTS Monthly Upcoming Events March 2017 Diabetes WorkshopMonday, March 20 Cesar Chavez Day TributeThursday, March 30 S.W.A.G. Golf FundraiserFriday, March 31. April 2017 Dominguez Park Baseball Opening Day Saturday, April 8. 2017 National Siblings Day Special /a> Monday, April 10. Del Amo Park Volunteer Association Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser Saturday, April 8. Del Amo Park's Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt Friday, April 14. Hemingway Park Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt Friday, April 14. Carson Park's Spelling Bee Kindergarten - 5th Grade Saturday, April 15. Stevenson Park Flashlight Egg Hunt Saturday, April 15. Jr. Oscars Enrichment Arts Thursday, April 20. Little Miss Carson Tea PartySaturday, April 22 Beautify our Community Garden, Volunteer Needed!Saturday, April 22 2017 S.W.A.G. SummitSaturday, April 29 May 2017 Hemingway Park's Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser Saturday, May 6. Veterans SportComplex's Mother's Day Brunch Saturday, May 13 June 2017 Dads & Grads Membership Special Promotion: June 1-30, 3 Months/$60 Commissions Cultural Arts Commission 6 p.m. 1st Monday of month Youth Commission7 p.m. 2nd Wednesday of month Veterans Affairs6 p.m. 3rd Monday of month Parks & Recreation6:30 p.m. Last Thursday of month Sr. Citizen Advisory Commission4 p.m. 2nd Monday of month Community Civic Engagement Board6:30 p.m. 2nd Monday as needed THE 4TH ANNUAL MISS CARSON & MISS TEEN CARSON SCHOLARSHIP PAGEANT OF EXCELLENCE 2017 Click here for details Have any questions regarding events, permits, registrations or any general inquiries? Feel free to contact Parks & Recreation at: (310) 847-3570 2400 E. Dominguez St. Carson, CA 90810 If you would like to contact a park directly, click here for a list of each park's contact information. Quick Links Online Payments for Permits Park Maps for Permits Rules and Regulations for Reservations City Ordinance Planning and prioritizing renovations for recreation centers Many communities across the country are emerging from the recession with new energy, new life and new ideas for their future. While budgets are loosening, recreation organizations are still limited when it comes to undertaking new projects. Construction of a new recreation center is still out of reach for many organizations, but long-desired renovations of an existing facility might be feasible — at least some of them.