Alta Vista Community Center


Alta Vista Center

Facility Name: Alta Vista Community Center
Address:  715 Julia Avenue, Redondo Beach, CA 90277

 Description: This 4,900 sq. ft. facility, constructed in 1997, is located in Alta Vista Park in South Redondo Beach.  The building includes a 2,000 square foot multi-purpose community room, which features wood floors, high ceilings, a panoramic view of the park and an adjacent patio. It accommodates 125 people for meetings or 110 people for dining. Also available for rental is a kitchen with sink, refrigerator, microwave oven and stovetop/oven, twelve, 6’ banquet tables, thirteen 60” round tables and 120 chairs. This facility also boasts eight tennis courts. A picnic shelter adjacent to the building is available for rentals. A moon bounce area has been designated on Julia Field (please contact Alta Vista staff to learn about the process of renting a Moon Bounce). For booking information, call (310) 318-0670

Fees: Alta Vista Community Center Application , Fees, and Rules (PDF) 


Facility Name: Alta Vista Tennis & Racquetball Courts
Address: 715 Julia Avenue

Description: This major recreation facility is located within Alta Vista Park at in South Redondo Beach.  The facility includes eight lighted tennis courts and two indoor racquetball courts. Both the tennis courts and the racquetball courts are well maintained and in excellent condition.

Primary Users: General public with valid I.D. card.

Fees: Annual Membership fee $15.00 for 1 year. Court fees apply. You may make tennis and racquetball reservations 7 days in advance by calling (310) 318-0670. Download the Alta Vista Court Fees (PDF) for more details. Also check out the Rules and Guidelines for Alta Vista Tennis Courts (PDF).

Facility Name: Alta Vista Park - Julia Field
Address: 801 Camino Real

Description: Alta Vista Park is located in South Redondo Beach.  The 19.42-acre park is a combination of City and School District parcels and includes three individual multi-purpose sports fields and one little league field. The Julia Field, located on City property, is unlighted and used primarily for soccer and T-ball games and practice. A temporary backstop and fencing is installed for T-ball. The field is maintained by the City. Dogs and skateboards prohibited.