Community Services

COVID-19 Shelter in Place Update

Updated 7/28/2020

To protect the health of the Community and City employees, the following facilities will remain closed with limited operations until further notice:

  • Community Center
  • Senior Center
  • The View Teen Center
  • Adobe Building
  • Mountain View Sports Pavilion
  • Whisman Sports Center
  • Eagle Park Pool
  • Rengstorff Park Pool
  • Parks & Forestry Counter
  • Rengstorff House
  • Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts

The following facilities are open for outdoor seating only until further notice:

  • Michael's at Shoreline
  • Shoreline Sailing Lake Cafe

 

For more information about what the City of Mountain View is doing regarding COVID-19, please visit mountainview.gov/virus.

For more information about the Community Services Department's interim services or general inquiries please visit:

Recreation Division

Parks & Forestry Divisions

Shoreline Division

Performing Arts Division

 

  

 

The Community Services Department is responsible for the programming and operation of the Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts; for the continued development and operation of commercial and recreational activities at the City’s 750-acre Shoreline At Mountain View Regional Recreation Area and Wildlife Refuge; for the maintenance and operation of Shoreline Golf Links and of Stevens Creek Trail; for the maintenance of City-owned parks, roadway landscaping, and street trees; and for delivery of recreation programs and services that make Mountain View a better place to live now and in the future.


Mission Statement

To create community through people, parks, and programs; provide recreational experiences; promote health and wellness; foster human development: protect environmental and open space resources; strengthen security and safety; support economic growth; facilitate community problem solving; and strengthen community image and sense of place.

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