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Recreation

The Recreation and Community Services Department provides opportunities for wholesome, year-round public recreational service for every age group in the City of Ontario. Through a comprehensive array of programs and events, the department continually strives to meet the City Council's goal to provide enhanced recreational, educational and cultural activities to the community.

The Recreation and Community Services Department employs a staff of 21 full-time and 150 part-time employees providing services at community centers, parks and schools throughout the City of Ontario.

Recreation & Community Services Department Values

Be Commited to the Community

Commitment to Service: We actively respond to community needs by facilitating, problem solving and empowering. We acknowledge our internal customers and treat them with the same courtesy and respect as our external customers.

Innovation: We recognize the need to explore new innovative ideas and procedures to better meet the community’s changing needs and trends. We will take extra effort to be environmentally attentive and responsible in all that we do. We recognize the value and significance of building partnerships to maximize resources while delivering the highest quality of community commitment.

Achieve Excellence Through Teamwork

Accountability / Teamwork: We treat and value all members of the organization as individuals and conduct our work in an atmosphere of trust and courtesy through open communication. We accept ownership of our role in the organization by taking responsibility and continuously striving to expand our knowledge to fulfill our potential. We set measurable and attainable goals which support the priorities of the City’s vision.
 
Integrity / Trust / Transparency: We are committed to truthfulness, fairness and the highest professional and ethical standards.
 

Do the Right Thing the Right Way

Consistency: We maintain quality and creativity by utilizing a consistent approach and process.
 
Resourceful: We practice sound management; contributing to continuous economic growth as guardians of the public’s resources.
 
Diversity: We are sensitive to and acknowledge the uniqueness of every individual within the organization and larger community through fostering and accepting differences.
 

Upcoming Events

Participants must be over 18 years old. Questions? Call the De Anza Community and Teen Center 99-395-2030
Staff assists youth in the following subjects: reading, math and science. Qualified volunteers are welcome to assist. For participants... Read More
Enjoy soccer, dodge ball, hockey, softball, baseball and handball while learning basic skills. Equipment provided.
Stumped with your child's homework? Let Westwind staff help your child with their assignment. Participants must be between 6-17 years... Read More

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