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Current Program Status

  • All outdoor park amenities are fully open at Live Oak Park and Temple City Park. This includes the athletic fields, playgrounds, tennis courts, basketball courts, and picnic shelters.
  • Picnic shelters are available for reservation by contacting Parks and Recreation Coordinator Roman Rodriguez at

Although the coronavirus crisis is an unprecedented event for all of us, the Temple City Parks and Recreation Department is still your go-to resource for staying active and engaged.

While you and your family remain safe at home, we’ve found some creative ways to beat boredom, from fitness classes and STEM activities to virtual tours and online storytimes. Click on the following tabs to get started, search for the latest program or event on the left-hand column and be sure to check back regularly for updates!

Please note that we do not endorse or receive funds to advertise any of the third-party sites or services referenced on this page. If you have a recommended resource we should share, send it to us at

Finally, although we’ve provided some coronavirus-related information here, please visit the City’s coronavirus page for a full list of available resources, updates and fact sheets.

  3. BE SAFE


POP Pilates, PIIT28 and fun Bootcamp sculpting workouts with a certified fitness instructor

Cosmic Kids Yoga
yoga, mindfulness and relaxation for kids ages 3 and up

Fitness Blender
full-length workout videos, meal plans, and helpful health, nutrition and fitness information

fitness tutorials, workouts and exercises to further healthy living, weight loss and stress release

Yoga With Adriene
high-quality yoga videos for all levels


Basketball Drills & Workouts
workout at home with Temple City High School basketball coach Tommy Lam


California Volunteers
connect with organizations that are seeking volunteers

Red Cross
donate blood and assist with meal service for families and students