Our mission is to develop and maintain cost-effective community recreational facilities for the enjoyment of all City residents.


The Parks and Recreation Division maintains thirteen parks totaling 25 acres, as well as two lineal miles of roadway landscaping totaling approximately 2.5 acres. Responsibilities include daily grounds cleanup, grounds and facility improvement, repair of playgrounds and amenities, graffiti removal, mowing, pruning, fertilizing, weeding and spraying.
There are approximately 65 acres dedicated for open space and recreational uses within the City of Soledad divided between thirteen public parks, including a portion of land located next to the Salinas River.

Neighborhood Parks

The city of Soledad currently has 13 parks available for public use. Each park has it’s own page that lists the features, amenities, and details about how to reserve each park if available. 

Soledad-Mission Recreation District

Adjacent to the Community Center is the Soledad Swimming Pool and Rotary Park, owned and operated by the Soledad-Mission Recreation District.

The Soledad Mission Recreation District also provides recreation programs to our community including a swim team, swimming lessons, water aerobics, lifeguard training, girl’s softball, adult co-ed softball, junior tennis, 5k/10k runs, day camps and day trips.

Residents can contact them directly about programming here or:



Parks and Recreation File Repository

If you are looking for a form or application for this department, please check out our file repository below. 

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