The Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center is a part of the City of Dallas under the Office of Community Care, located in the historic district of Fair Park in South Dallas.
The 10.5-acre campus is home to five free-standing buildings, including the Administration building (A), the Foremost Family Health Center (B), the MLK Branch Library (C), the MLK ChildCareGroup (D), and the MLK, Jr. Recreation Center/Senior Citizen Center (E).
Each of the 5 buildings on campus provides a variety of services to more than 300,000 Dallas citizens a year, meeting the original 1966 goal of a comprehensive multi-service community center.
In addition to providing services, many civic, social, educational, fraternal, and community groups have access to space for programs, meetings, and special events on-site. Click here to learn more!
Martin Luther King, Jr., “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop” (April 3rd, 1968)