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PARKS & RECREATION - LOOMIS

TOWN OF LOOMIS #86319558


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  • 3665 Taylor Road
    Loomis, Placer
local_phone
  • City Hall
    916-652-1840

The Town of Loomis Parks and Recreation celebrates and supports special events that will create enjoyment for our visitors and enhance the quality of life for our residents and provide economic prosperity for our business owners.
The Town of Loomis has two parks:
  • Blue Anchor Park next to the Loomis Train Station off of Horseshoe Bar Road and Taylor Road in Loomis.
  • Sunrise Loomis Park on Arcadia Avenue in Loomis.
 information on events, please visit our Event Calendar.

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PARKS & RECREATION - ROCKLIN

CITY OF ROCKLIN #65631236


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  • 5460 5th Street
    Rocklin, Placer

The Rocklin Parks & Recreation Department hosts a wide range of recreational activities within its public facilities and parklands. If you are looking for fun, you can find it here: classes and programs for all ages from preschoolers, school-age and teens to active adults and seniors, sports for both youth and adult, and theatre and arts. Three facilities are available for rent as well as a picnic pavilions for outdoor gatherings. With five community parks, and 25 neighborhood parks, you can find a variety of areas throughout the community for play, relaxation, and natural space.

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PARKS & RECREATION - ROSEVILLE

CITY OF ROSEVILLE #86327330


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  • 316 Vernon Street, Suite 400
    Roseville, Placer
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    916-772-PLAY (7529)

The City of Roseville Parks and Recreation is to enhance lives and the community by providing exceptional experiences by creating a healthy community through progressive, sustainable & memorable experiences.

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PARKS & RECREATION - TRUCKEE

TOWN OF TRUCKEE #86307241


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  • 10981 Truckee Way
    Truckee, Nevada

Truckee Donner Recreation & Park District (TDRPD) provides recreation and park programs and facilities for everyone in the community. Web pages from above with visible url links
PARKS AND RECREATION - GRASS VALLEY

CITY OF GRASS VALLEY #4663938


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  • 125 East Main Street
    Grass Valley, Nevada
local_phone
  • Facility Reservations
    530-274-4350

The City of Grass Valley operates 7 public parks and offers a variety of activities that include: recreational swimming, indoor and outdoor volleyball, tennis lessons, skate camp, open gym basketball, over-the-line softball, pitch-hit-run, punt-pass-kick, and a drop-in summer recreation program.

GVPR has over 120 acres of park space that includes trails, picnic areas, ball fields, bocce courts, tennis courts, a swimming pool, a skate park, and a disc golf course. The City also has three public assembly halls that are available for rent and collaborates with the Nevada County Historical Society to manage the Pelton Wheel Mining Museum at the former Northstar Powerhouse.

The phone number, 530-274-4350, is one of the main City of Grass Valley phone numbers. Calls about Parks & Recreation will be answered at that number or transferred to an appropriate person. 
PARKS AND RECREATION AND MEETING SPACES - NEVADA CITY

CITY OF NEVADA CITY #4662498


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  • 317 Broad St.
    Nevada City, Nevada

The Nevada City Parks & Recreation Mission is to provide a system of parks, trails, recreational facilities, programs and services that will enrich the lives of citizens.

Parks, open space, trails, a swimming pool, summer programs, and recreational classes are among the programs and services that Nevada City offers through its Parks & Recreation Department. The Department employs one full- time employee year round and approximately 35 seasonal staff during the summer months.

Facility rentals - The Nevada City Veteran's Memorial Building and Seaman's Lodge provide meeting space services for public use. Rental fees are charged and appointments must be made in advance for the use of these buildings.

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SERVICE PROGRAMS - AUBURN-GRASS VALLEY ELKS LODGE 538

BENEVOLENT AND PROTECTIVE ORDER OF ELKS OF THE USA #4662758


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  • 195 Pine St
    Auburn, Placer
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    530-273-8342

Auburn's Elks Lodge provides a variety of community service programs. Programs may differ from one lodge to another and may include offerings for:
  • Veterans
  • Youth activities and scholarships
  • Facility rental
Contact the Auburn-Grass Valley Elks Lodge #538 for details.

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SERVICE PROGRAMS - NEVADA CITY ELKS LODGE 518

BENEVOLENT AND PROTECTIVE ORDER OF ELKS OF THE USA #4662755


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  • 518 Highway 49 N
    Nevada City, Nevada

Nevada City Elks Lodges provide a variety of community service programs. Programs may differ from one lodge to another and may include offerings for:
  • Veterans
  • Youth activities and scholarships
  • Facility rental
Contact the Nevada City Elks Lodge #518 for details.

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ST. JOSEPH'S CULTURAL CENTER

HISTORIC MOUNT ST MARY'S PRESERVATION COMMITTEE #4661449


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  • 410 South Church Street
    Grass Valley, Nevada

Features historic rose gardens and St. Joseph’s Hall available for rent for weddings, receptions, concerts, parties, business meetings, workshops, and recitals.