UPDATED MAY 13, 2020:
- ALL TENNIS COURTS WITH THE EXCEPTION OF LONGFELLOW PARK ARE OPEN
- PICKLEBALL COURTS WILL OPEN ON THURSDAY, MAY 14, 2020
Please review the detailed rules below which include guidelines from USTA and USAPB before playing. Basic rules are below and will be posted at the courts. Please help us by complying with these rules and encouraging others to do so as well so that we can all keep our community safe.
TENNIS & PICKLEBALL SAFETY RULES AND GUIDELINES FROM USTA AND USAPB
Given the new Alameda County Health Order (issued 04/29/20 with an implementation date of 05/04/20), the Skate Park and Golf Course are open.
- Review the Skate Park Guidelines, which will also be posted at the skate park. Please help us by complying with these rules and encouraging others to do so as well so that we can all keep our community safe.
- Corica Park - The Corica Park South Course and Driving Range will open on May 8, 2020. Please see https://coricapark.com/ for updates on safety procedures to keep our golfing community safe during COVID-19
DUE TO THE ALAMEDA COUNTY SHELTER-IN-PLACE, ARPD OFFICES AND SERVICES ARE CURRENTLY CLOSED
About the Alameda Recreation and Park Department (ARPD)
ARPD is proud to be the third oldest park system in the State of California with 21 parks serving more than 15,000 people annually. ARPD is organized into three divisions: Recreation Services - providing activities for toddlers, children, teens, families and adults; Mastick Senior Center - offering services to adults 50 and better; and Park Maintenance - tending to and keeping our parks clean and safe. We strive to be resourceful, responsive and collaborative as an integral part of our island city.
ARPD offers a broad array of programs, camps, classes, community events, and park and facility management to empower people of all abilities and ages.
ARPD responsibilities include: planning and implementation of programs and activities; rental, operation and maintenance of athletic facilities, parks, picnic areas, playgrounds, and recreation centers; and administration of the operational contract for Corica Park.
ARPD manages renovation of existing facilities and development of new parks and recreation facilities, including securing funding and project management. Additionally, ARPD develops programs and projects valuable to the quality of life for the Alameda community and beyond.