In observance of Labor Day, several Citiparks facilities will adjust operating schedules on Monday, September 1:
Citiparks’ 10 recreation centers and 14 Healthy Active Living centers for seniors will be closed
Weather permitting, all six Citiparks swimming pools will be open from 1 – 5:45 p.m.
Jack Stack (Brighton Heights)
Ream (Mt. Washington)
Sue Murray (North Side)
PLEASE NOTE: The Mellon Park Tennis Center will operate on its regular weekday schedule.
Healthy Active Living is committed to ensuring that all persons 60 and older live active and healthy lives.
To achieve this goal, Citiparks Community Services operates 14 senior community centers focused on improving the physical, intellectual, social, cultural and financial interests of older residents.
Stretching the Mind
To foster the intellectual interest of seniors, Healthy Active Living offers a variety of classes in conjunction with Community College of Allegheny County.
Class topics include Computers, Exercise, the Arts, Tai Chi, Healthy Cooking, etc.
To address the financial needs of seniors, the Information and Referral program can assist with rent rebates, PACE (pharmaceutical assistance), ACCESS and OPT (transportation arrangements), LIHEAP (energy assistance), etc.
Building the Body
Recognizing that health and wellness is key to the quality of life of our seniors, Healthy Active Living offers a variety of exciting physical activities and sports programs.
Please join us for horseshoe pitching, shuffleboard, bocce, darts, Wii bowling, etc. at our community centers. To enhance healthy, active living, we offer the winter and summer games for people 60+ and the statewide competition in the Senior Games.
Expanding the Knowledge of Others
Recognizing the diverse nature of our community, Healthy Active Living has developed numerous cultural experiences recognizing the vast contributions of the African American, Asian and Latino communities.