AthleticsThe Community Services Sports Division oversees sports parks, tennis courts, outdoor basketball courts and roller hockey rinks throughout the City of Temecula along with multiple school sites through a joint use agreement with the Temecula Valley Unified School District.
Citywide EventsThe City of Temecula Community Services Department host many annual events throughout the City every year. From "Southern California's Premier Car Show" the Temecula Rod Run to everyone's favorite Santa's Electric Light Parade, there is much to enjoy about living in Temecula.
Community ServicesLooking to sign up for a class or rent one of our many facilities? Look no further than one of the links below. We offer a variety of classes whether its Karate or a Summer Camp, you and your family will always have something to do all year round.
Community TheaterOpened on October 4, 2005, the Old Town Temecula Community Theater is a contemporary state-of-the-art proscenium theater in the heart of Old Town Temecula. The 354-seat theater complex includes the Historic Landmark Mercantile Building (The Merc) which houses the Ticket Office, The Gallery at The Merc, and the Club at The Merc (48-70 seat cabaret-style performance space).
The City of Temecula Arts Culture & Entertainment TEAM (Temecula Entertainment, Art, and Museums)
works to support the arts through museums, various events, programs, and by displaying art at City facilities and parks.
- Art Off the Walls
- Public Art
- Night of the Luminaries
- Plein Air
- Community Concerts
- Cultural Arts Timeline
The City of Temecula, Community Services Department is proud to provide high quality museum experiences for residents and visitors at two unique facilities. The Temecula Valley Museum, in Sam Hicks Monument Park adjacent to Old Town Temecula, offers the community history, culture and art through exhibits, lectures, workshops and events. Pennypickle’s Workshop, Temecula Children’s Museum, in the heart of Old Town Temecula, seeks to inspire young minds to the fascinating world of science through interactive exhibits, a unique and eclectic space, and entertaining science demonstrations.
The focal point for senior services in the City is the Mary Phillips Senior Center located in Old Town, which offers an array of programs and services important to the quality of life in our community. The Center is a multipurpose facility where seniors can enjoy companionship and a wide range of social, recreation, wellness, and educational programs.
With a focus on providing comprehensive “human services” to the community, the City dedicates a full-time Homeless Outreach Liaison, who works to coordinate both local and regional resources as administrator of the Responsible Compassion program.
Property Tax Assessments
The City of Temecula and Temecula Community Services District (TCSD) is committed to providing its residents with high quality parks and recreation facilities and services that the community can be proud of.Link to page
Rates & Charges
Rates and Charges are assessed by the Temecula Community Services District (TCSD) only to those properties that received a direct benefit for the service provided. For questions regarding Rates and Charges please contact the Community Services Department at 951-694-6480.Link to page