Half Moon Bay Recreation Commission Retreat on March 11
The Half Moon Bay Recreation Commission will hold a retreat on Monday, March 11, starting at 9 am at the Half Moon Bay Library, 620 Correas Street. The purpose of this working retreat is to review and re-familiarize members with Commission bylaws, Brown Act requirements, and the City Council’s priority setting process; go over the 2018 Recreation achievements; and plan its agenda for 2019. Although this is not a public input meeting, the community is invited to attend and observe the retreat.
Learning, fun, fitness, and community are at the center of Half Moon Bay Recreation!
The Half Moon Bay Recreation Department is dedicated to providing a range of recreation programs, services, and opportunities to the entire community, along with parks, trails, and playing fields for your outdoor fun.
There's something fun, affordable, and educational for everyone in the family, year ’round!
The City has a number of parks, playgrounds, and trails for your year 'round use. You can even volunteer to "Adopt-a-Park!" And for the skateboarders in our community, we offer a world-class skate park completed in 2016, located at 535 Kelly Avenue.
The Recreation program also manages several facilities which are available for your parties, meetings, celebrations, and other activities.
Parks and Recreation Commission
Comprised of five individuals representing the community, appointed by the City Council. The Commission advises the Council on various policy issues and other matters related to the City’s parks and recreation programs and facilities. Commissioners serve four-year terms. Commission meetings are held every 4th Wednesday of each month 6 pm at 537 Kelly Avenue. Commission meeting agendas are available here, and you may reach the Commissioners by emailing the City Clerk at email@example.com.
Members of the Recreation Commission:
- Amy Allshouse, Chair
- Paulette Eisen, Vice Chair
- Patricia Black, Recreation Commissioner
- Ellen Clark, Recreation Commissioner
- Evelyn Erickson, Recreation Commissioner
Friends of Half Moon Bay Parks & Recreation
The City is grateful to the nonprofit Friends of Half Moon Bay Parks & Recreation for their support! This group assists in fundraising and other activities to help ensure that the people of Half Moon Bay and the coastside have access to parks and recreational opportunities.