Virtual Recreation Center

 

Your online hub for recreation and mindfulness within the City of Mountain View

  

MOVEMENT

We are lucky to live in an area surrounded by trees, trails, mountains, and incredible outdoor opportunities. If you are considering visiting a park and are able to travel further afield, now may be a good time to explore some or our region’s larger or more remote natural areas, which may be less crowded.

Can’t get out? Explore virtual options!

There’s nothing like getting outside, feeling the sunshine, breathing in fresh air and connecting with nature. But during these difficult times, we recognize that the opportunity to get outside is going to be limited for many. Several organizations have put together great free resources for online exercise classes, virtual at-home workouts, and other ways to explore your world and connect with others remotely. Mountain View Recreation is also working to explore virtual fitness and recreation programming and we will have more information about these opportunities soon. In the meantime, check out these resources:

MOTIVATION

If you find yourself with a little more time on your hands or need some stimulus for your little ones, perhaps its time to pick up a hobby or learn a new skill.

MOOD BOOSTERS 

It's a stressful situation, we get it. If you need a mental break, check out the below links to relax, breathe and maybe even laugh.

and MORE!

Below are a list of resources that might help you or a neighbor stay informed or access essentials.

  • For residents 60+, check out our senior resource guides for information on housing, legal assistance, grief counseling and more.
  • There are a variety of local food services programs for seniors - View the resource sheet for contact info, hours of operation and locations.
  • Looking for a comprehensive list of stores offering special shopping hours for seniors - view this list of local retailers with age requirements and hours.
  • The Mountain View Senior Center is looking for volunteers to make cloth face masks for seniors. Drop off your new cloth masks at the Senior Center front door on Tuesdays from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. All masks will be disinfected and distributed to nutrition program participants the following week.
  • Do you have puzzles you'd like to donate? The Mountain View Senior Center and Youth Advisory Committee have organized a puzzle drive! Community members can drop off puzzles on Tuesdays from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. at the Mountain View Senior Center. Puzzles are sanitized by staff and distributed to community members (aged 55 or older) on Tuesdays from 1-4 p.m. at the front doors of the Mountain View Senior Center. For more information, please call (650) 903-6330.

SENIOR SERVICES

Nutrition Services, Senior Hours, and more.

 

COVID-19

Keep up to date with the City's response to COVID 19,

including 'The Briefing', Resources, and more.

 

Got an idea to share? Email recreation@mountainview.gov. We'd love to hear from you. The City of Mountain View does not endorse or receive funds to advertise any of the third party sites or services linked or referenced on this page.
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