Activity Guide

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Your guide for recreational activities, leisure opportunities, and programs available to children, teens, adults, seniors, and individuals with special needs.

 Fall 2017 Activity Guide (PDF)

Summer 2017 Activity Guide (PDF) 


Fall Registration is available! 

Fall Classes, September 5-December 17 (15 Weeks)


To Register For Classes, Click Here!


To sign up for Fall classes or camps only, go to our Online Registration page or download a registration form [PDF] and mail to UCCRS, 34009 Alvarado-Niles Rd., Union City, CA 94587

For faster downloading, the guide is available by sections. Click on the following links. Hard copies of the guide are also available at Union City's community centers.


The following sections are for our Fall 2017 Activity Guide


Aquatics (PDF)

Pac West (PDF)

Table of Contents (PDF)

 Bulky Item Pick-up (PDF)

Park Reservations (PDF)

Teen & Youth (PDF)

Contact Information (PDF)

Parkinson Classes (PDF)

Tennis Program (PDF)

Dance Classes (PDF)


Park & Facilities Map (PDF)


Tot Programs (PDF)

Day Camps (PDF)

Rec1 Ad (PDF)

Recycle Contest (PDF)

Facility Reservations (PDF)

Registration Information & Form (PDF)

Youth & Family Services (PDF)

K9 Nose Works (PDF)

Seniors (PDF)


Halloween Carnival (PDF)

Special Events (PDF)

Full Fall 2017 Guide

Martial Arts (PDF)

Special Needs (PDF)

Full Summer 2017 Guide

Music Classes (PDF)

Sports & Fitness (PDF)


Our Government (PDF)

Sports Center Fees (PDF)






New Registration System!

Union City Community & Recreation Services has moved to a new online registration program, Rec1. This new software focuses on enhancing the customer experience by providing a 21st century solution to registration and account management online without any additional fees or surcharges! Customers will be able to search for programs and classes by ages, interests and locations, and the new system will electronically notify participants of class changes or cancellations through email or text.

 Customers can register for programs, classes and camps, pay account balances, reprint receipts and maintain their family accounts online. Later in 2017, customers will also be able to view facility availability, request park reservations, re-new memberships and access team information for adult sports leagues.

As we make the transition to our new Rec1 registration system, some customers may need to create a new account either online through the website or at one of the community center offices. We encourage customers to go online, explore the new registration system, and verify if your account is already active. This can be done by searching with your current phone number, e-mail or full name. If you cannot locate your account, you will need to create a new one either online or through a community center office.

 For more information on how to create or to look up your account in Rec1, please call or email any of the community center offices.



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