1. Parks and playgrounds remain open

    Park and playground use during coronavirus

    During the coronavirus pandemic, all events, games and gatherings are cancelled. Parks and playgrounds are open. Like other outdoor activities, going to parks is allowed under the stay at home order. However, park users must maintain at least 6 feet from anyone not in their household and avoid group play. Families and guardians should be careful to ensure children wash hands after touching play structures. Play structures are not cleaned daily.

    Executive Order 20-38 Allowing for Safe Outdoor Recreation

Ames Park

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Aspen Park


Babcock Park

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Bridge Square


Campostella park


Central Park

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Char Carlson Park

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Cherry Park

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Dresden Hill

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G.A. Rysgaard Park

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Grant Park


Hauberg Park

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Heritage Park

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Heywood Park

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Hidden Valley Park

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Jefferson Park

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John North Park

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Lashbrook Park

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Liberty Park

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Memorial Park

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Par Meadow Park

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Odd Fellows

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Prairie Hills Park

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Riverside Lions Park

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Roosevelt Park

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Roosevelt Ridge Park

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Sibley Swale

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Sechler Park

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Spring Creek Park

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Truman Park

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Washington Park

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Tyler Park

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Way Park

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