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Recreation

All Recreation Activities Temporarily Suspended

In response to the COVID-19 Shelter in Place directive from the San Mateo County Health Officer,  all recreation facilities are closed, including the Administrative Office at Westlake Park, Doelger Senior Center, Giamonna Pool, War Memorial Community Center, Pacelli Event Center, Bayshore Community Center, and Lincoln Park Community Center, the Gellert Park Picnic Shelter and all clubhouses and restrooms.

Park visitors are asked to comply with the request to stay out of playgrounds and avoid contact with playground equipment.

All Recreation facility rentals through the month of April are cancelled.  Renters will be given full refunds, including deposits.  Renters who wish to cancel facility reservations beyond April 30 are encouraged to e-mail active@dalycity.org.  The department is not taking any new facility or field reservations. 

All Spring Recreation activities are cancelled through the month of April, including Spring Fun Day, swim lessons, all classes, and all Spring Camps.  The Daly City Youth Basketball Program, which was interrupted during the season’s playoffs, may resume later in spring, depending on new orders of the San Mateo County Health Office.  The Daly City Youth Baseball Program may begin later this spring if the Shelter in Place directive is lifted and group activities, such a public school instruction, resume.

#DalyCityRecAtHome - Virtual Recreation Center 

With our programs being cancelled and our facilities being closed at this time, it is still important we continue to grow, learn, play and have fun! Visit our Virtual Recreation Center, where you can find a variety of resources for you, your family and friends to enjoy.  

Follow @dalycityrec on our Instagram and Facebook for updates and activities to keep you and your families informed and having fun!  Furthermore, tag @dalycityrec and use #DalyCityRecAtHome to show us what you are up to!

Food Programs During COVID-19 Shelter in Place

If you are a Daly City senior age 60 years or older, and you are feeling insecure about your current access to food, you can call a hotline to be connected to food resources in our community.  The number to call is (650) 991-8012.   If you know of a senior citizen in your neighborhood who might need help, check on them, and refer them to the hotline if they are in need of nutrition and sustenance.    

If you are not a senior citizen, but you are experiencing food insecurity in your household, you can call the Food Connection Line at Second Harvest Food Bank to learn about programs in the Daly City community.  The Food Connection Line is (800) 984-3663.  You can also visit the the Second Harvest Food Bank of Silicon Valley's website by clicking here.

Second Harvest Food Bank is striving to meet the nutritional and sustenance needs of our community. 

new The Brown Bag Program for Seniors (age 60 years and older) will operate as a drive-     through only service at Westlake Park/Doelger Senior Center, 145 Lake Merced Blvd.,   each Thursday, from 12 noon to 2:00 p.m.  No walks ups, please.  The distributions on the first and third Thursdays of each month are intended for clients formally served at Lawson Hall or the United Methodist Church.  The second and fourth Thursday distributions are intended for clients formally served at Lincoln Community Center and Teglia Community Center.

The Family Harvest Program is operating at Bayshore School, 155 Oriente Street, Daly City, on the Fourth Thursday of each month at 3:00 p.m. The next Family Harvest is Thursday, April 22, 2020.  Additionally, families of students of Bayshore School can access food through Second Harvest Food Bank’s Produce Mobile and Kids Now programs EVERY Friday at the school from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

The Second Harvest Produce Mobile is serving residents near the Lincoln Park Community Center the second Wednesday of each month from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.  The next Produce Mobile event at the Lincoln Park Community Center is Wednesday, April 8.