Following a request from the City of Lemon Grove's Recreation Department, the students of San Diego State University’s Public Health 603 Behavioral and Social Science in Public Health class created various reports on how to perform an appropriate needs assessment to determine what the Lemon Grove residents need, and then offered options for low-cost programs for the Recreation Department to consider implementing. While a needs assessment could not be conducted during the time frame of the Fall 2021 semester, the options provided are based on the diverse population of Lemon Grove and can be adjusted according to the results of an implemented needs assessment. The class recommends two separate programs: If a greater number of resources can be secured, we recommend implementing an after-school program that focuses on nutrition, physical activity, and mental well-being following homework. If fewer resources are available, we recommend holding recurrent activity classes in the parks of Lemon Grove. Examples for these activities would be Zumba, yoga, tai chi, or arts and crafts. Some funding opportunities are provided, although these largely focus on the after-school program.