Parks & Recreation

About Us

Bruce Mulder
Director of Parks & Recreation
bmulder@brentwoodca.gov

The Parks and Recreation Department is dedicated to the wellbeing and quality of life of our community.  We provide the best in programs, parks and services at a great value to our customers.  Brentwood has 239 developed acres of parkland, 75 award winning parks and facilities, 19.2 miles of beautiful trails, and 60 miles of bike lanes.  We offer over 100 recreational activities and events for people of all ages and interests.

35 Oak Street, Brentwood, CA 94513 P. 925-516-5444 | F. 925-516-5445
M-F 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
ParksAndRecreation@brentwoodca.gov

Parks and Recreation News


Parks and Recreation Parks, Trails and Recreation Master Plan FlashVote Surveys

August 7, 2017 

The Parks and Recreation Department is in the process of updating our Master Plan. We are interested to know what the needs are for our community in regards to Programs, Facilities and Activities. We are reaching out to our community to get your input. As a resident, you are encouraged to participate in our online surveys regarding use of parks, facilities and recreation programs. Your evaluation and feedback is a key component shaping the future of parks and recreation, and we truly value your participation. We are asking residents to please participate in the FlashVote Surveys at: www.flashvote.com/brentwood-ca

This takes you to the initial signup page. Once you complete this signup page, you will be asked for your address. This is to collect demographics to know the gender, age group, and area in Brentwood where you live. Different age groups or areas may have different needs from each other. All information will remain confidential. The surveys will take about 1 minute with 3-4 questions each. The short surveys will start shortly after you sign-up. Each survey will come out about 2 weeks apart.

We are looking forward to hearing from you!

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Master Plan Roadmap

September 7, 2017 

BRENTWOOD, CA – The City of Brentwood, in collaboration with RJM Design Group, is in the process of updating the Parks, Trails and Recreation Master Plan. The purpose of the Master Plan is to identify community needs for parks, trails, recreation facilities and programs. Conducting a study of Brentwood’s recreation use patterns, facility needs and sustainability goals for the future is critical for maintaining the exceptional quality of life residents enjoy. A key component of this project is a comprehensive community needs assessment. Understanding how the parks and facilities are currently being used is essential in planning for the future.

The City of Brentwood is reaching out to our community to get your input, which is very important to us. As a resident, you are encouraged to participate in an online survey (FlashVote) regarding use of parks, facilities and recreation programs. Please see below for the link to FlashVote. Your evaluation and feedback is a key component shaping the future of parks and recreation and we truly value your participation.


Master Plan Roadmap

Water Play Features in Parks

March 30, 2017 

The water play features in City Park, Rainbow's End Park, Blue Goose Park, and Dolphin Park will be all be turned on for the season on April 1st and will run daily from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. Water play features will remain on through October 31st. Stop by and cool off in these awesome parks!

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Upcoming Events

Sep20
7:00 p.m.Arts Commission MeetingPublic Meeting
Sep28
7:00 p.m.Park & Recreation Commission MeetingPublic Meeting
Oct4
7:00 p.m.CANCELLED: Youth Commission MeetingThe Youth Commission regular meeting for October 4th has been...
Oct11
Oct18
7:00 p.m.Arts Commission MeetingPublic Meeting

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