City of Pasadena Tennis and Pickleball Courts Reopen

Pickleball court. – Courtesy photo / Ron B (CC BY 2.0)

The City of Pasadena Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services has reopened certain non-contact amenities and park areas, including tennis and pickleball courts, the archery range, casting pond, and community gardens.

With guidance from the County of Los Angeles and the Pasadena Public Health Department, additional safety protocols are in place and can be found on the Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department website. Signage is posted at the entrance of the newly reopened recreation amenities advising visitors of these safety protocols and guidelines.

Parks and park restrooms remain open. Park users should continue to practice physical distancing and avoid gathering with people who live outside their household. All recreation indoor facilities are closed. Playground structures, exercise equipment, basketball courts, and disc golf courses also remain closed. These closures are a precautionary measure to protect community members from COVID-19.

May 20, 2020

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