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                Community Centers

                Information about the City of Albuquerque's 22 Community Centers.

                Community Center Holidays & Closures

                View information about Community Centers holidays and closures.

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                Community Centers Mission

                The mission of our Community Centers is to provide programs that meet community needs, enhance the quality of life and promote community involvement through the provision of recreation, cultural activities, education, health, wellness and fitness activities, as well as family life activities in facilities that are well maintained, accessible and safe.

                The Community Recreation Division manages 22 Community Centers located throughout Albuquerque. View a map of City of Albuquerque Community Centers.

                2020 - 2021 School - Year Program Information

                A PDF of the FCS School Year Lottery Flyer: Aug 2020.

                A full-day recreation/education program will be offered for children K-8th grade during their “distance learning” weeks.* To be considered, children must be entered into the lottery between August 4-August 14th. Those selected from lottery, will be contacted on August 17th.

                Program Start Dates:

                • August 24, 2020 for children with last names (M-Z); August 31st for last names (A-L)
                • Program Time: 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
                • Fee: $5 registration fee per child

                *Plan is subject to change

                Community Recreation has implemented COVID safe practices and procedures to ensure the health and safety of staff and participants including:

                • Daily wellness checks
                • Small group sizes
                • Masks and social distancing procedures
                • Continuous cleaning and sanitizing
                • Pre-packaged meals
                • And of course…modified sports and games!

                Community Center Programs

                Besides the traditional recreational programs that take place at the centers, many new and innovative programs are now part of the services offered for children (from 5 through 15 years old, 5 year olds must turn must turn 6 by September 1, 2021).

                Register Today: Community Center Programs


                Centers: Senior Meal Sites

                Four Centers -- Cesar Chavez, Los Duranes, Taylor Ranch, and Thomas Bell -- serve as senior meal sites. Select community centers also are available for various types of rentals.

                Community Center Features

                Some of the components found in Community Centers include: gymnasiums, computer rooms, meeting rooms, kitchens, multipurpose activity rooms, weight and fitness rooms, preschool rooms, and restrooms with showers.

                Outdoor amenities vary from center to center. They include: combinations of play equipment, athletic fields, multipurpose courts, and parks.

                At-Risk After School Supper Meals Program

                The Department of Family & Community Services sponsors the CACFP At-Risk After School Supper Meals Program in partnership with Bernalillo County to provide free hot and nutritious supper meals to youth enrolled in eligible After School programs throughout the City of Albuquerque and Bernalillo County.

                Learn more about the Supper Meals Program.

                Map: Albuquerque Community Centers

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