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East Portland Community Center

Community And Arts Center
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Portland Parks & Recreation community centers are open to provide recreation for all.
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Inclement Weather Policy and Closures
PP&R classes, activities, rentals, and sports events may be canceled due to inclement weather, such as ice, snow, or extreme heat. Call 503-823-2533 or visit portland.gov/parks/closures for the most current information. Some recreation programs may run as conditions and staff availability allow. Safety is a major factor in determining operations at each PP&R facility. PP&R facilities, our social media outlets, and our website will all feature operating information including opening and closing times.


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Portland Parks & Recreation is looking for team-oriented, enthusiastic, and qualified staff!  Join our team today. 

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Access Pass - Reduced Pricing

Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R) believes recreation is for everyone. We know that the price of programs and activities prevents some community members from being able to participate. Thanks to the Parks Local Option Levy (Parks Levy) we can offer new payment options for people who live within the City of Portland. City of Portland residents can register for a free Access Pass to receive an ongoing discount of 25, 50, 75, or 90% based on financial need. The pass is valid for 12 months from the date of enrollment. No proof of income is required.

Learn more about the Access Pass 


Admission Fees and Pass Options

Gain access to drop-in activities during their scheduled times. Amenities include the fitness center, group exercise classes, water fitness and lap swim, whirlpool spa, play swims, and open gym times. 

  • 20-Visit and Month Passes can be used at Charles Jordan, East Portland, Matt Dishman, Mt. Scott, and Southwest Community Centers. The fees listed reflect pricing for City of Portland residents. Non-residents are charged more to account for City of Portland taxes that support Portland Parks & Recreation.
  • Teens (age 10-20) are encouraged to sign up for a TeenForce pass, which provides access to FREE TeenForce activities at Charles Jordan, East Portland, Matt Dishman, and Mt. Scott Community Centers. 
  • Children age 0-2 are FREE
  • Ask your insurance provider if they offer any of the following programs which cover the cost of a pass: Silver & Fit, Active & Fit, Silver Sneakers, One Pass, or Renew Active.

Drop-In Admission

  • Youth (age 3-12): $4
  • Teen (age 13-17): $5
  • Adult (age 18-59): $6
  • Senior (age 60+): $5

20-Visit Pass

  • Youth (age 3-12): $77
  • Teen (age 13-17): $85 
  • Adult (age 18-59): $106
  • Senior (age 60+): $85

Month Pass

  • Youth (age 3-12): $29
  • Teen (age 13-17): $33 
  • Adult (age 18-59): $41
  • Senior (age 60+): $33
  • Senior Couple (both age 60+): $49
  • Family: $66

Month Pass | You can choose to sign up for an Auto Renew Pass, which will allow you to simply pay your first monthly fee upon registering, and all future monthly payments are deducted directly from your debit or credit card (requires a valid card to remain on file). You may also choose to purchase a single month pass, which will expire 30 days from purchase (no debit or credit card necessary). 


Sign Up for Activities

Register online, over the phone through the Customer Service Center (503-823-2525), or by calling or visiting any PP&R community or arts center.  

Summer activities take place from June 26 through August 27 and are now viewable online

  • May 17 — Register beginning at 12:30 pm for spring activities that start on or after June 26.
  • June 21 — Register beginning at 12:30 pm for spring activities that start on or after July 31.

View and sign up for activities online

View PP&R's Summer 2023 Activity Guide

View and sign up for youth camps at East Portland Community Center


Portland Parks Preschool

Now enrolling for the 2023-2024 school year. Discount options are available. View schedules and learn more about Portland Parks Preschool at portland.gov/parks/preschool.


Drop-in Activities

Drop-in group fitness classes, fitness center, and swimming are also available.

  • Monday
    6:00–8:00am—Adult Basketball (age 18+) (canceled 5/29)
    10:00am–12:00pm— Indoor Park (Ages 5 and under $2.50 per child)
  • Tuesday
    6:00–8:00am—Adult Basketball (age 18+)
    8:00–10:00am—Adult Basketball (age 55+)
    11:00am–1:00pm—Adult Pickleball (age 18+)
    6:00–8:00pm—Volleyball (age 18+)
  • Wednesday
    6:00–8:00am—Adult Basketball (age 18+)
    10:00am–12:00pm— Indoor Park (Ages 5 and under $2.50 per child)
  • Thursday
    6:00–8:00am—Adult Basketball (age 18+)
    8:00–10:00am—Adult Basketball (age 55+)
    11:00am–1:00pm—Adult Pickleball (age 18+)
  • Friday
    6:00–8:00am—Adult Basketball (age 18+)
    10:00am–12:00pm— Indoor Park (Ages 5 and under $2.50 per child)
  • Sunday
    12:00–2:00pm—Adult Basketball (age 18+)

TeenForce Drop-in Activities

FREE TeenForce Pass and activity sign-in is required. TeenForce waiver and orientation are required for use of Fitness Center.

  • Monday through Thursday
    3:00–5:30pm—TeenForce Open Gym
    3:00–7:00pm—TeenForce Fitness Center
    3:00–7:00pm—TeenForce Lounge

  • Friday
    7:00–9:30pm—Teen Night (grades 6–12)


Fitness

Fitness Center

East Portland Community Center’s fitness program offers a wide range of amenities and classes for all levels.

  • Age 14 and older
  • Access is included with daily admission. 
  • Open for drop-in during regular business hours.

Amenities

  • Selectorized Strength Equipment
  • Treadmills
  • Recumbent Bikes
  • Stair Climbers
  • Upright Bike
  • Elliptical Cross Trainers
  • Free weight and stretching area

Group Fitness Classes

Strengthen your community, body, and mind with a group fitness class! For people age 14 and older at any fitness level. Access is included with daily admission. All schedules are subject to change.

  • Monday
    7:45–8:30am—Cardio, Strength, and Stretch, Sheryl H. (canceled 5/29)
    9:00–9:45am—Zumba® Gold, Lydia H. (canceled 5/29)
    10:00–10:45am—Zumba®, Lydia H.
    5:00–5:45pm—Fusion at its Best, Jeanne C. (canceled 5/29)
    6:00–6:45pm—Zumba®, Sean R. (canceled 5/29)
  • Tuesday
    8:30–9:15am—Bootcamp, Sheryl H.
    9:30–10:15am—Nia, Magz
    4:30–5:15pm—Cardio, Strength, and Stretch, Sheryl H.
  • Wednesday
    7:45–8:30am—Cardio, Strength, and Stretch, Sheryl H.
    9:00–9:45am—Zumba® Gold, Lydia H.
    10:00–10:45am—Zumba®, Lydia H.
    11:00–11:45am—Senior Strength through Movement, Regina
    5:00–5:45pm—Fusion at its Best, Jeanne C.
    6:00–6:45pm—Zumba®, Sean R.
  • Thursday
    9:30–10:15am—Nia, Magz
    4:30–5:15pm—Cardio Strength and Stretch, Sheryl H.
    5:45–6:20pm—Zumba®, Sachi N.
    6:35–7:50pm—Restorative Yoga, Chiyo
  • Friday
    8:00–8:45am—Step and Sculpt, Sheryl H.
    9:00–9:45am—Zumba®  Lydia H.
    10:00–10:45am—Zumba® 'Seated' Lydia H.
    11:00–11:45am— Senior Strength through Movement, Regina
  • Saturday
    9:00–9:45am—Zumba® 'Seated', Lydia H.
    12:00–12:45am—Zumba® Toning, Sachi N.
    1:00–1:45pm—Zumba®, Sachi N.
  • Sunday
    9:00–9:45am—Restorative Yoga, Chiyo
    10:00–10:45am—Yoga, Chiyo

Group Fitness Class Descriptions

ACTIVE AGING – Lifelong Fitness (specially designed for older adults)

Cardio, Strength, and Stretch
Combines all your favorite aspects of fitness and puts them into one solid workout! Combine 15 minutes of cardio, 15 minutes of strength, and 15 minutes of flexibility! Light to moderate class that works on slowly improving overall cardio, endurance, muscle tone, and flexibility.

Yoga in Chairs
Gently works muscles and joints to enhance strength, range of motion, balance, and circulation. Reaches beyond typical exercises as it encourages quiet reflection, proper breathing, and better posture.

Zumba Gold®
For the largest growing segment of the population: baby boomers! It takes the Zumba formula and modifies the moves and pacing to suit the needs of the active older participant, as well as those just starting their journey to a fit and healthy lifestyle. Zumba Gold® 'Seated' includes the use of chairs.

Senior Strength Through Movement
Classes increase balance, flexibility, joint stability, muscular strength, and cardiovascular endurance. These components are important to promoting and maintaining health and wellness.

CARDIO/STRENGTH

Bootcamp
A combination of weight training and cardio for strengthening and endurance.

DANCE FITNESS

Nia
Integrates dance, martial arts, and healing art forms into a unique program that leaves you feeling exhilarated and powerful. Increase cardiovascular health, strength, balance, agility, and creative expression. All sizes and fitness levels are welcome.

Zumba®
A high-energy combination of Latin, Reggae, and Salsa dance steps. Routines combine fast and slow rhythms to achieve a balance of cardio and muscle-toning benefits. Join our certified Zumba instructors; no previous dance experience is necessary!

MIND/BODY

Fusion at its Best
This class incorporates exercises from different workout styles—including barre, yoga, strength training, cardio, and dance—to give a modern twist to Mat Pilates. Like Mat Pilates, this style has a deep focus on the core and emphasizes moves that will tone, stretch, and elongate muscles. This can be an incredible workout that will engage, challenge, and change the way you exercise. Fusion Workouts combine four disciplines that will help you gain strength, muscle definition, flexibility, balance, and overall mind–body health

Hatha Yoga
Focuses on linking gentle postures (asanas) while concentrating on stilling the mind. Bring strength and stamina to your entire body while relieving stress. Great for beginners and continuing students.

Yoga
Originating in India, this centuries old practice of exercise revitalizes both mind and body. Improve focus,
release stress and tension while increasing strength, flexibility, balance, energy and overall well-being. An
excellent way to meet the demands of daily life.

Restorative Yoga
Restorative yoga is a gentle slow paced form of yoga that focuses on releasing deep tension passively with a use of props. This practice can help improve flexibility and calm the mind.

Stretch and Tone
The time to improve your flexibility and fitness is now! This course is designed with you in mind, as we focus on stretching while integrating exercises aimed at toning your muscles. You feel refreshed and energized after participating in this gentle, yet moderate pace class.

Year acquired
1998
Size in acres
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History

The center was completed in 1998. The Thompson Vaivoda Architects design included a future, two-pool natatorium. The 2002 Levy provided funding for its construction. The aquatic center was added in 2008 and received LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Platinum certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. The center's tower, bike racks, fences, and benches were designed by Garth Edwards, and in 2009 a stainless steel sculpture by local artist Bruce West was installed near the front entrance. Entitled Sitting Stones, it is a dynamic composition that reflects the changing light of the day and the season.

Park Location or Entrance

740 SE 106th Avenue
Portland, OR 97216

Open hours

Monday-Friday: 5:30am-7:00pm
Saturday: 7:00am-5:00pm
Sunday: 8:00am-5:00pm

*Indoor Pool hours vary—View link to pool schedules.

Building Closures and Special Hours  
May 29–Open 10:00am to 6:00pm
June 19–Open 10:00am to 6:00pm
July 4–CLOSED
September 4–Open 10:00am to 6:00pm 

Contact

East Portland Community Center

Sarah Wiggins

Aquatic Supervisor

Past construction

Work completed in Winter 2021/22

Park amenities/activities

Fitness Room
Gymnasium
Playground
Preschool Program
Rock Climbing Wall
Weight Room
Wireless Internet Access (WiFi)
Basketball Court (Indoor)

Neighborhood

City section

East
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