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Living Recreation & Parks Roxbury Park Community Center Project
Roxbury Park Community Center

Roxbury Park Community Center is now open! Come visit and see what we have to offer!
The City of Beverly Hills’ Community Services Department held a grand reopening celebration of the Roxbury Park Community Center on Sunday, June 8, from 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. It was a free family-friendly event which include a ribbon cutting ceremony at 1:30 p.m., followed by self-guided building tours, refreshments, a family kickball game, fun activities, giveaways, and much more. Please find below some images from the event.


March 2014 new community center main entrance is shaping up nicely.


February 2014 Parking lot and irrigation for landscaping around the new Community Center.



The sod is laid and taking root. 


December 2013 Field and irrigation renovation began on December 2nd.  


November 2013 walls and insulation


October 2013 HVAC system installation


September 2013 structural framing installation

August 14, 2013 foundation laid

August 2, 2013 Demolition.  A copy of the letter sent to park neighbors is HERE.

The official Ground Breaking ceremony was held on Tuesday, June 4 2013 at 2:30pm and construction on the future Roxbury Park Community Center is underway.

On May 7 the Beverly Hills City Council approved the bid for the new Roxbury Park Community Center. On May 16 fencing went up around the Community Center, parking lot and basketball courts. Improvements are  scheduled for the field, park restrooms and playground equipment.  See the PowerPoint presented at the July 30th special meeting of the Recreation and Parks Commission and City Council liaison for more information.

 View from Roxbury Drive, view from Roxbury Park and view of lobby/reception area.

The new Roxbury Park Community Center is beginning to take shape. Based on input from park users, neighbors and visitors, the new Community Center has many innovative features and modern improvements. The new facility is envisioned as a light-filled space with lots of glass so that the park, in essence, can come inside. It will have an entire suite dedicated to the needs of seniors, a larger multipurpose room to provide for community gatherings, teen dances and cultural programs, and a larger library annex.

Both interior and exterior spaces will be improved, including the creation of an indoor-outdoor courtyard where patrons can enjoy park views. New playground equipment will be installed, the park restroom will be rebuilt and athletic field drainage issues will be addressed.  With new technologies and sustainability measures such as solar panels on the roof, we are ensuring a Community Center that will be enjoyed for years to come. 

Your input and participation has led to a plan we can all be proud of. Thanks again for your support and feedback.  

You can download a copy of the Roxbury Park Master Plan PowerPoint that was presented to the Recreation and Parks liaison on November 19, 2012, or a copy of the PowerPoint presentation given at CIty Council on October 2, 2012 that highlights the latest design

Did you know? Roxbury Park serves about 4,560 meals annually to seniors in need, provides 20 young children with an outstanding preschool experience, hosts eight specialty youth camps each spring, winter and summer break, is home to both the popular Beverly Hills teen and senior dances and offers over 70 enrichment classes every year to all ages.  

Street view from the east and park view from the south.


Proposed floor plan of the new Community Center.

Residents should be the first to know about progress on the new Roxbury Park Community Center. Please enjoy the preliminary renderings of the new community center on this page. There will also be frequent updates on the Rec and Parks Facebook page: "like" the page if you haven't already!


I just noticed those fences! When did construction begin?

Fences went up around the existing Community Center, south parking lot and basketball courts on May 16, 2013. An official groundbreaking ceremony took place on Tuesday, June 4 2013. Construction will only occur between the hours and 8 am and 6 pm on weekdays. The project is expected to last about a year.

 During construction, what will happen to all the events and programs that occur at Roxbury?

The Beverly Hills Community Services Department is proud that it’s been able to relocate all Roxbury programming and staff during the construction. Many programs will be temporarily relocated to La Cienega Park. 

Click here for details on the new locations for Roxbury classes, which moved the week of April 8, 2013.

Click here for details on the new locations for Seniors programming and Senior nutrition, which moved the week of April 29, 2013.

What's still open at Roxbury Park?

The Roxbury Park administrative staff has relocated to the Clubhouse building just north of the tennis courts.  Office hours are Monday-Friday 8am - noon and 1 - 4pm .

The athletic fields and field restrooms are currently fenced in.  The diamond and outfield will be open to the public after the grand opening on June 8th.  Construction on the restroom should be completed in late July.

During renovations picnic tables are available for use on a first-come, first-served basis only.

The preschool, tennis courts, playground, sand volleyball courts, putting, croquet and lawn bowling greens remain open during construction. Click here for tennis information.

We welcome you to explore the La Cienega Tennis Center, a public recreational facility not far from Roxbury Park.

How can I find out about Recreation and Parks classes, programming and registration?

The City of Beverly Hills' Community Service Department is maintaining a full slate of classes, programming and camps throughout construction. Please click here to download our quarterly brochure for all the details and click here to go straight to our registration page.

What if I have more questions?

Contact the Community Services Department/Recreation and Parks Division at 310.285.2537 for more information

(Above: the proposed Roxbury Park Community Center site plan.)

The Roxbury Community Center project is just one way The City of Beverly Hills is improving its parks. The California Park and Recreation Society's slogan is "Parks Make Life Better." Here in Beverly Hills we're also making parks better. The City is supporting the massive Beverly Gardens restoration project, outdoor fitness equipment was recently installed at La Cienega Park, significant recent improvements have been implemented at the La Cienega Recreation Center, an enhanced outdoor seating and lounge area at The Beverly Hills Tennis Center was introduced, a complete makeover for Hamel Park in underway, improvements to the Formal Gardens at Greystone Park are complete and public art restoration is happening throughout the City's open spaces. The Community Services Department, under the guidance of the City Council, also continues to explore possible locations for a future dog park in Beverly Hills. For more information on Beverly Hills parks please click here.

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