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31 August 2020
08/31/2020: Virtual Recreation Programs with Creative Brain® Learning and Monterey Recreation

08/31/2020: Virtual Recreation Programs with Creative Brain® Learning and Monterey Recreation

Monterey Recreation is excited to announce a partnership with Creative Brain® Learning to offer fun and enriching virtual learning opportunities. Creative Brain® Learning is a leading provider of quality enrichment education classes and camps in science, technology, engineering, visual and media arts, health and wellness and more. Focusing on education and “creative learning”, Creative Brain® Learning programs have consistently exceeded the latest quality standards in extended learning and are designed to serve the needs of the students and parents, the school and community by enhancing the distance learning curriculum. NEWS RELEASE IN PDF

13 March 2020
03/13/2020: City Manager Issues Local Emergency Proclamation to Slow the Spread of COVID-19 - City Facility Closures, Programs and Events Postponed

03/13/2020: City Manager Issues Local Emergency Proclamation to Slow the Spread of COVID-19 - City Facility Closures, Programs and Events Postponed

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City Manager Hans Uslar issued a local emergency proclamation today to help slow the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). The proclamation will come before the Monterey City Council for ratification at its meeting on Tuesday, March 17. The emergency proclamation coincides with the State’s recent executive orders that provide cities more ability and resources to help contain the new virus. Despite having no confirmed cases of coronavirus in Monterey County to date, scientists and medical experts report that slowing the spread (also known as “flattening the curve”) of COVID-19 by reducing opportunities for transmission will save lives by giving police and fire personnel, hospitals, doctors, and vaccine-manufacturers time to respond and prepare for the outbreak. 

First on the list of new protocols are city facility closures, and city programs and event cancellations or postponements beginning Saturday, March 14 through at least March 31, 2020. 

“Our priority, first and foremost, is the health and welfare of the Monterey community.  While our community centers, library, museums, and sports center are valued by residents, visitors, and the public, we know that social distancing works and that these closures will help slow the spread of coronavirus in our community,” said City Manager Hans Uslar. “The Monterey community is compassionate, caring, and resilient.  Together, the City of Monterey and its residents, businesses and neighbors, will persevere through this epidemic and protect our community.” 

The City’s decisions are based on the Cal OES (California Office of Emergency Services) directive of three criteria for closures or cancellations: 1) if the gathering involves
over 250 people; 2) if the event allows people to maintain a six foot distance from one another; and 3) if the event attracts people in the high-risk category. The City also considered whether the service or event is essential.

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12 February 2020
02/12/2020: Summer Job Openings with Monterey Recreation

02/12/2020: Summer Job Openings with Monterey Recreation

 Are you creative, responsible, enthusiastic, enjoy being around children and working outdoors? If your answer is yes, we have the perfect summer job for you! Applications for Day Camp Counselors, Playground Leaders, Resident Camp Cook, Resident Camp Counselors, Resident Camp Support Staff, and Field Sports Recreation Leaders are now being accepted at the Monterey Recreation office. Applicants need to be 16 years of age or older. Application deadline is Friday, March 13 at 5:00 p.m. NEWS RELEASE IN PDF
 

23 October 2019
10/23/2019: Registration for Winter/Spring Recreation Activities
05 December 2017
12/05/2017: Zumbini starts in January

12/05/2017: Zumbini starts in January

The Zumbini program combines music, dance and educational tools for 45 minutes of bonding, learning and fun! Zumbini classes always include a parent or legal guardian for each child. Please register at the Monterey Sports Center. For further information, please contact Lauri Ataide at (831) 646-3739 or ataide@monterey.org.

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