Alternative Recreation Program
The City of Murrieta’s Alternative Recreation Program (ARP) is a social program for adults, 18 years and older with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Facilitated by a team of city staff, ARP provides supervised events that promote social skills, verbal and non-verbal communications, creative expression, and participants are able to develop new friendships in a supportive environment. The events include, but are not limited to themed dances, picnics, local excursions, and movie nights. Our goal is to offer opportunities for meaningful peer engagement through music, dancing, games, activities, and more.
Most Alternative Recreation Program events are held at the Murrieta Community Center at 41810 Juniper Street. The cost is $2 per participant (guardians and caregivers are free) for most events, unless specified otherwise.
For more information call 951-304-PARK (7275).
- Inland Regional Center - The Inland Regional Center coordinates with generic services to normalize the lives of people with developmental disabilities and their families by working to include them in the everyday routines and life rhythms of the community and by facilitating needed supports for them.