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Posted on: March 16, 2020

Pasco Parks & Recreation Cancellations

The safety of Pasco Parks & Recreation staff, volunteers, guests and community is a top priority and Pasco Parks & Recreation is taking appropriate action to limit the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). Following recommendations from health authorities to limit public gatherings, Pasco Parks & Recreation will take the following actions: 

 Beginning March 16 through April 27, the following Pasco Parks & Recreation locations will be closed:...

 -Pasco First Avenue Center
 This includes being closed as a Meals on Wheels congregate lunch site. Meals on Wheels will determine any other adjustments to their services.

 The following locations will be closed from March 16 to April 12:

 -Pasco City Hall Activity Center (Gym & Classroom)
 Any existing rental reservations scheduled for the next 4 weeks are cancelled and will be refunded. 

 -Pasco Sporting Complex

 Also from March 16 to April 12, all Pasco Parks & Recreation programs are cancelled. Prorated refunds will be issued where applicable. These programs include:

 All Pasco First Avenue Center Programs
 All City Hall Activity Center Programs
 After School Program
 Sewing with Marcy
 Drop-In Pickleball
 Enhance Fitness
 Toddler Gymnastics and Movement
 Toddler Short Sports
 Adult Women’s Basketball
 Mini & Little Hoopsters
 AARP Smart Driver Course (April)
 Spring Break Basketball Clinic
 AARP Tax Aide at the Police Community Room
 Find Your Center Classes offered through Pasco Parks & Rec
 All Adult Volleyball (Recreational, Competitive and Drop-in)
 Spring Break Tennis Camp
 Jaycee’s Easter Egg Hunt
 Exceptions: The Start of the Adult Coed Ultimate Frisbee League will be delayed 

 The closure will allow City staff to perform cleaning of these facilities and time to evaluate options for re-starting programs to conform to best social distancing practices.

 Parks & Recreation outdoor locations will remain open. All guests visiting the Parks & Recreation System are asked to take preventative action when visiting our parks and facilities including good personal hygiene practices and social distancing.

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