UPDATED DECEMBER 9, 2020:
The State of California has now reversed its decision and is allowing playgrounds to reopen. Basketball hoops are also reopening but please keep in mind that only same household are allowed to play basketball together.
Masks are required. We encourage everyone to go at different days and times and spread out and visit the playgrounds at our other parks in Alameda. This will help reduce the number of people at the playgrounds and avoid crowding.
Please use playgrounds with caution – Alameda County Health stated that playgrounds pose a risk of spreading COVID-19 because they have high-touch surfaces and involve gathering and mixing of households. Adults are responsible to supervise children and make sure masks and distancing are used at all times for everyone over 2 years old and to bring your sanitizer. Please note that City playgrounds are not being monitored for visitor compliance with State COVID-19 recommendations.
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UPDATED JUNE 19, 2020:
- OPEN RECREATION FACILITIES – Please review and comply the rules here and posted at the sites to help keep our community safe.
- TENNIS AND PICKLEBALL COURTS
TENNIS & PICKLEBALL SAFETY RULES AND GUIDELINES FROM USTA AND USAPB
SKATE PARK RULES
The Corica Park South Course, Driving Range, 9-hole Mif, and instruction are open. Please see https://coricapark.com/ for updates and safety procedures.
DOG PARKS AT WASHINGTON PARK AND MAIN STREET
DOG PARK RULES:
- STAY 6 FEET FROM OTHERS AT ALL TIMES
- WEARING A MASK IS REQUIRED WHILE AT THE DOG PARK
- KEEP IT CLEAN – Bring and use hand sanitizer, especially after touching shared areas such as gates, chairs. Cough into your elbow.
- BRING YOUR OWN STUFF – Use your own water bottle for you and your furry friend. Drinking fountains are closed. Bring your own poop bags.
STAY HOME IF YOU’RE SICK – Please stay home if you have any COVID-19 symptoms. People who are vulnerable or have an underlying medical condition should stay home
Together we can keep Alameda strong and do our part with this pandemic.