The City has a wide range of recreation opportunities, including 20 public parks, comprising 117 collective acres of parkland. These parks are divided into three categories: mini parks (six), neighborhood parks (nine) and community parks (five). These parks include sports fields, tennis courts, a skate park, as well as green areas, picnic tables, barbecues and playgrounds.
Facilities located within the parks include the Depot Theatre, the Children's Museum, the Boys & Girls Club, the Scout Hut, the Girls Activity Building and the Tennis Center. Additional facilities located outside the parks are the Veterans Memorial Building, the Club House and the Community Center. These facilities are available for both organized City programs and classes, as well as for rent to the public for meetings, parties and other special events. For detailed information regarding City parks, special events, activities and classes or facility rentals, please contact the Community Services Department at (562) 905-9708 or visit the City's website at www.ci.la-habra.ca.us.
Within the City are three school districts: The La Habra City School District, the Lowell Joint School District and the Fullerton Union High School District. These districts operate eight elementary schools, two middle schools, one junior high school and two high schools.
In addition, the City operates Child Development Centers and Head Start programs.
The City also has a number of private and specialty schools, including pre-schools, elementary schools, a high school and a special education facility [The Cleta Harder Development School- H.B.I.C. (Help for Brain Injured Children)].
Within a 20-mile radius of La Habra, there are 16 community colleges, 17 colleges and universities and at least three professional schools.
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