The Fairfield PAL Teen Center program at the Sullivan Interagency Youth Services Complex offers Fairfield, Suisun, and Travis teens a place, to grow, learn and build the skills they need today and in the future. The PAL Center offers teens a safe environment, supports working families and helps students achieve by giving them opportunities right now.
The PAL Center is home to a host of enriching programs designed to support our members. We offer homework and academic enrichment with career planning, fitness, sports and recreation programs, leaderships and character education, and health/ wellness and life skills components.
Friday: 3-10:30 p.m.
The Fairfield PAL program is open to Fairfield, Suisun, and Travis teens ages 13-18. Memberships are $10 per year (scholarships are available) and can be purchased at the Fairfield Community Center (1000 Kentucky Street) Monday through Friday between 11 a.m - 5:30 p.m. with the exception of the 1st and 3rd Friday where all City offices are closed. A current student ID and registration form is required to register. Participant must be present at the time of registration to take picture
WHAT DO THEY SAY ABOUT PAL?
Harry Price, Mayor: PAL has become one of the most remarkable programs any Mayor would want within their city. PAL teens are in their most formative years and are deciding what they want to do, where they want to go, and who they want to become. I am impressed with the positive influences teens experience at PAL. PAL is transforming the youth of our community for the better, and is a remarkable experience for them. One day some of those PAL students will become Mayors, Council members, and leaders of communities. I am excited for what PAL will accomplish in the next 10 years.
Chuck Timm, Councilmember: PAL has grown into a successful organization because of the relationships and support developed between PAL, the city, local organizations, and residents. PAL cares about the kids, and our future.
Rick Vaccaro, City Council Member: PAL is a shining light within our community, and gives the youth a place to go where they are part of a family. PAL is a place and allows teens to express themselves, work with adults, and interact with the police. The City of Fairfield needs places like PAL and I’d like to see PAL continue to grow. I’m excited to see PAL with us for another 10… 25… 50 years.
David White, City Manager: I’m excited to celebrate PAL. PAL is very important to our community and is an opportunity for our community to collaborate, support our youth, and encourage them to become leaders.
Randy Fenn, Chief of Police: PAL has played many important roles within the City of Fairfield. Today, PAL gives the youth a safe place to connect with their peers in a positive environment, and provides them an opportunity to develop positive life skills to grow, mature, and focus on their future. PAL helps the police department have a positive influence on the community and participate in the lives of the youth in a positive way.