- Recreation Services
- Youth Programs
- Sports Programs
Youth Sports & Programs
Intersession Sports Programs
For boys & girls (Age 3-12)
Location: Cutino Park
Multi-Sports and Games Camp:
- See dates here!
Cheer Camp Program
Monday-Friday 7:45 AM - 6 PM
For boys & girls (Grade K-5)
Location: Soper Community Center
Seasons include: Spring, Summer, Fall, & Winter
Ms. Alena’s Imagine Dance Academy
For boys & girls (Age 3-18)
Location: Dance Studio, Oldemeyer Center, 986 Hilby Avenue
- Preschool Music & Movement
- Preschool Creative Movement
- Introduction to Tap
- Creative Movement I
- Creative Movement II
- Dance in Motion
Tennis Program with Coach Jimmy Brooks
For boys and girls (Age 8-18)
Location: Wheeler Street Courts, corner of Wheeler St. & Carson St.
- Beginning Youth Tennis Class
- Beginning Youth Tennis Team
- Intermediate Tennis Team
Self Defense & Awareness with Eric Ransom
For boys & girls (Age 5-15)
Location: Laguna Grande Hall, Oldemeyer Center, 986 Hilby Avenue
- Yellow & Orange Belts
- Purple & Green Belts and above
Mini Athletes Sports ClinicsFor boys and girls (Age 3-5)
Location: Soper Community Center, 220 Coe Avenue
Mini Athletes is the perfect way to introduce sports to your preschooler! This program is designed to get your little athlete up and moving in some of their potential favorite sports. Each Mini Athlete Clinic will cover the basics of the sport to develop your child's motor and communication skills in a safe, fun, and positive environment.
3 week clinics offered on Tuesdays or Wednesdays, 9 AM - 10 AM
Mini Dribblers (Basketball) Begins August 6 & 7
Mini Sluggers (Baseball) Begins September 3 & 4
Mini Kickers (Soccer) Begins October 1 & 2
Mini Blitzers (Flag Football) Begins October 29 & 30
For teens (Grade 6-12)
Days: Open Plays Tuesdays & Tournaments Fridays
Location: B.J. Dolan Youth and Education Center, 1136 Wheeler Street
Middle and High School aged teens are invited to join us on Tuesdays for open play sports! Practice, compete, set up pick-up games, challenge your friends, and even play against City of Seaside Sports Staff. Be sure to sign up for monthly tournaments to win awesome prizes! Teens can register to become official members at the B.J. Dolan Youth and Education Center, 1136 Wheeler St, Seaside.
Seaside Police Activities League (SPAL)
The Seaside Police Activities League (SPAL) is a juvenile crime prevention program designed to provide athletic, recreational, and educational opportunities for youth and to reinforce responsible values and respect. Such values and respect are essential to the youth, police officers and personnel, our neighborhoods, and the local business community of Seaside. SPAL is comprised of police officers, police and City of Seaside personnel, community members, and volunteers, all who serve as coaches, mentors, instructors, role models, and executive board members. Their devoted diligence, dedication, and time are vital in hopes of enhancing a brighter future for our Seaside youth.
The Seaside Police Activities League and the City of Seaside Recreation Services Department bring to you an organized and instructional youth leagues for boys and girls ages 5-14. This league is all inclusive and players will receive equal opportunity in play time as all skill levels are welcome. Participants learn the rules of the court on both sides of the ball, teamwork, and sportsmanship.
For the 2019-2020 season, teams will practice during the week depending on their age division and games will be played on Saturdays. Division 1 (ages 5-6) and Division 2 (ages 7-9) will play in-house league games, as Division 3 (12 and Under) and Division 4 (14 and Under) will play games and opponents of the Peninsula League community.
For boys & girls (Age 5-14)
Dates: December - March
Registration opens in August (Seaside Residents) and September (Non-Residents)
Games for all divisions will be held between 9 AM - 4 PM on Saturdays.
Interested in coaching? Learn more!
Do YOU have what it takes to help mentor and coach the youth of our Seaside community? We are in need of great coaches that would like to serve the community and leave a positive impact on our Seaside PAL youth athletes. For more information, please contact Gianna Stagnaro, City of Seaside Recreation Sports Programs Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org
SPAL was incorporated in February 2001. The Monterey Peninsula Unified School District and the City of Seaside Parks and Recreation Department support SPAL by providing gyms, fields, facilities, and resources for its youth programs. Local businesses and individuals of the Seaside community generously donate their time, money, resources, and services to strengthen SPAL and help make it successful.
Interested in Donating?
Please read this letter (PDF) to find out how your donations help support youth sports programs, providing a safe and positive place of growth for Seaside’s kids.
2018 Seaside Police Activities League Board of Directors
|Bobby Maxwell, President||Active Community Member|
|Dave Pacheco, Vice President||City of Seaside Council Member|
|Gianna Stagnaro, Secretary||City of Seaside Recreation Sports Programs Coordinator|
|Regina Lualemana, Treasurer||Seaside Police Department Sr. Administrative Assistant|
|Abdul Pridgen, Board Member||Seaside Chief of Police|
|Daniel “Bunn” Washington, Board Member||Seaside Raiders Football Coach|
|Daniel Meewis, Board Member||City of Seaside Recreation Superintendent|
|Donnie Everett, Board Member||Social Emotional Support Director MPUSD|
|Hailey Nelson, Board Member||City of Seaside Administrative Assistant|
|Jennifer Miller, Board Member||Active Community Member|
|Mary Miller, Board Member||Active Community Member|
|Serena Huerta, Board Member||Embassy Suites, Director of Accounting Services|
|David Rice, PAL Coordinator||Seaside Police Department Student Resource Officer|