Thank you for your patience as the Rim of the World Recreation and Park District develops an appropriate timeline to return to regular scheduling.
Now that some Park District staff were able to successfully clear snow from their personal property, the following sites have been deemed first priority for snow removal:
- Twin Peaks Community Center; 675 Grandview Road, Twin Peaks, CA 92391
- Robert Hootman Community Center; 2929 Running Springs School Road, Running Springs, CA 92382
- Sunrise Children's Club Preschool; 26577 State Hwy 18, Rimforest, CA 92378
We understand these facilities are needed as soon as possible; however, we need assistance in removing the large amounts of snow as it’s just beyond the Park District’s equipment and capabilities. We would appreciate any help. Also, please allow time for the Park District staff and potential volunteers to clear the snow and inspect facilities for any safety concerns before opening. If you have any questions or would like to offer assistance, please email General Manager Jenny Hueter, Jhueter@rim-rec.org.
As of now, and to give our Youth Basketball participants a heads-up, the RIMREC Youth Basketball Program has been postponed for the time being. Facility use for the mountain's State of Emergency, especially shared facilities, has first priority.
We truly miss not being able to see our Park District families and friends attend their recreation programs, gather in our facilities, and use our parks. Spring will be here and baseball season is just around the corner we can feel it. Please stay safe and reach out if you have any questions or concerns.
The Rim of the World Recreation and Park District