Parks, Fields, Buildings
We maintain over 20 City parks, including water spray parks, dog parks, and a bike park. We accept reservations for park area rentals, as well as our two large sports fields. We also maintain public buildings that are available to rent for your next party, wedding, or special event.
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CITY PARKS
Our City parks, water spray parks, dog parks, bike park, picnic area rentals, and park rules.

SPORTS FIELDS
Our two sports fields, Pedretti Park and Turlock Regional Sports Complex, are available for your sports activities.

PUBLIC BUILDINGS
Our two public buildings, Senior Center and Rube Boesch Center, are available for your next party, wedding, or special event.
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This months PAR (Park, Arts and Recreation) Commission meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, September 12th at 6pm in the Yosemite Conference Room in City Hall located at 156 S Broadway.
Posted on Facebook 18 days ago
Quaile Rand Norton Park will be CLOSED on the following dates from 10AM until 3PM:
8/27
8/28
8/30
9/7
9/28

The fire department will be using the park for training purposes. Thank you for your understanding.
Posted on Facebook 26 days ago

Check out Summerfaire Park & some of our summer camp kids in this amazing video by Gametime! We're the ones in tie-dye! #parksmakelifebetter
Posted on Facebook 29 days ago

It's almost GAME time! Grab your friends and family and head out to Pedretti Park for this fun, FREE, community event put on by your local Turlock PAL! Saturday August 25th. &#-46402500;��� Who do you think will win?! City of Turlock - Turlock Police Department or City of Turlock - Fire Department
Posted on Facebook 41 days ago

Need dinner? We have FREE hotdogs, water and snacks at Columbia Park in Turlock! #turlocknno2018
Posted on Facebook 45 days ago

FREE BAGS OF GROCERIES! Turlock PAL and Grocery Outlet is at Columbia Park in Turlock giving away free groceries!
Come get yours now!
Posted on Facebook 45 days ago

Come out TONIGHT to celebrate National Night Out! We have a great night planned for Columbia Park! 💥🌭🎉
Posted on Facebook 46 days ago

Thank you Target Store Turlock for your National Night Out donation! Our block party at Columbia Park is ready to go! 🌭🎨🎟😎&#-46587377;’s coming out to join the fun?! Tuesday 8/7 6-9pm.
Posted on Facebook 47 days ago

CITY OF TURLOCK

156 S. Broadway
Turlock, CA 95380
Phone (209) 668-5594
www.turlock.ca.us

Press Release
August 1, 2018

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
Contact: Police Chief Nino Amirfar (209) 558-5550
namirfar@turlock.ca.us

Allison Van Guilder, Director (209) 668-5540
avanguilder@turlock.ca.us

For Immediate Release

Turlock adjust hours for all City Parks

People seek out parks because they provide contact with the natural environment and a social environment which offers opportunities for meeting with friends and family, watching others and being seen – all of which help to establish a feeling of comfort and security.

Beginning on August 1st, the City of Turlock will enhance the safety of its parks through a multi-pronged approach to increase lighting and limit parks hours. New signs will be placed at key areas of the City parks to clearly communicate hours of operation as well as some basic park rules. The hours of all city parks will be from 7:00 am until dusk each day.

The installation of enhanced lighting features will continue in all parks. The City embarked on a lighting enhancement and retrofit program three years ago and will continue in this effort. Improved lighting and increased legitimate activity allow for greater night time surveillance. Clear sightlines which give the perception of actual safety because people can see what is ahead and around them and if other people are visible.

Well-designed and well-used parks and recreation areas are a great asset for local communities. But that asset can quickly become a liability when parks become unsafe and as a result, lose their value and benefit to the community. Keeping park and recreation facilities safe is a key to community wellness and has a direct relationship to their usage rate. Park and recreation facilities are an essential part of the glue that binds a community together. It is only through smart, well thought out planning and maintenance of parks that the community can feel safe in utilizing these public spaces.

For more information on park hours and rental of park facilities, please contact Juan Vargas at 209-668-5594.

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Crane Park is back OPEN!
Posted on Facebook 50 days ago



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