Parks & Recreation

Parks & Recreation Master Plan

Community Engagement Opportunities: Jan. 7 & 8, 2022.


Please join us & encourage people in your neighborhood and networks to participate in the upcoming Community Engagement Meetings. Feedback and insights are needed to prioritize projects and potential investments for the next 3-10 years, these meetings are an extension of the community needs assessment (survey) and in addition to focus group meetings conducted in 2021.

It is important to communicate that decisions will not be made/committed to as a result of these meetings directly, feedback will be used to conclude the Master Plan Project and outline priorities. Specific projects proposed will continue to be vetted and the community will have the opportunity to provide feedback. 

In addition to expressing opinions on long-term priorities and more expensive investments, please share smaller improvement ideas that the Town may accomplish to improve your satisfaction and involvement with Corte Madera Parks & Recreation.

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7.14.20 Ashley Howe

The Town is taking all measures we can to educate and protect our community to minimize potential exposure and spread of COVID-19 and related variants.  Some park amenities may have restrictions and guidance posted to follow State Guidance and protect our community. We urge community members to continue wearing a mask and to practice safe physical distancing.

We appreciate your support & patience. We look forward to seeing you again  in person.

- Ashley Howe, Parks & Recreation Director

People, Parks & Programs  
The Corte Madera Parks and Recreation Department’s mission is to create community through people, parks and programs.

To achieve this mission, we provide year-round recreational programs, classes, sports leagues, summer camps and events for residents of Corte Madera and surrounding communities. Activities take place at the spacious Corte Madera Community Center and adjoining 20-acre Town Park, and at other Corte Madera locations. Offerings range from soccer leagues for Kindergarten-6th graders to softball leagues for adults, and from AARP Driver Safety to computer classes for adults 55 and over to an open gym. Events include Father-Daughter and Mother-Son Dances, Movie Nights, bingo, Breakfast with Santa and Big Band Dance.