City of Santa Ana Closing Skate Parks Beginning Wednesday, March 25

Date: March, 24 2020 Category: City Manager, COVID-19

All skate parks operated by the City of Santa Ana will be temporarily closed to the public beginning on Wednesday, March 25, to fight the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus).

The California State Public Health Officer has ordered all individuals living in California to stay home except when going out for necessities such as buying food, medicine and gas and going to work at certain essential jobs.

City of Santa Ana parks remain open for public use and people may still go outside to exercise, but people should avoid gathering in groups and practice social distancing, as required by the State and County health agencies.

City Hall and all municipal buildings, including libraries and community centers, are closed to the public. The City is continuing to provide essential services, including Police and Fire emergency services, road repairs, street sweeping and trash collection.

For more information and updates about City services and COVID-19, please visit www.santa-ana.org/covid19.