The Helms Community Center project will substantially improve an existing park space by adding a new community center and terrace amphitheater recreation opportunities. The community center is being developed by the City at the Helms Middle School through a partnership with West Contra Costa Unified School District. The joint use agreement between the City and the school district helps to provide critical park space for residents in this fully developed area. The community also hosts a new housing development across the street from Helms Middle School. The community center's close proximity to the housing development and the middle school will provide a great resource to the residents. Recreational opportunities provided in the community center will include a multipurpose room with a stage, a teen lounge, a sound studio, a fitness room, an art room with a kiln, a technology room, and two classrooms. All these facilities will be in a 10,000 sf building.
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