- In response to the COVID-19 pandemic
City of Santa Ana parks are open for public use and most park amenities have reopened.
People may still go outside to exercise, but should wear face masks, avoid gathering in groups, and should practice social distancing, as required by the State and County health agencies. For additional information on the state wide safety regulations, please visit: https://covid19.ca.gov/
Park amenities were closed in March due to COVID-19, but the following amenities are now open for the public to enjoy:
• Fitness Zones
• Parking lots
• Park open space/grass areas for general recreation and fitness activities
• Sport fields by permit only for youth sports practices
• Outdoor basketball and volleyball courts for walkup play only
• Handball courts for walkup play only
• Centennial and Mariposa Skate Parks
• Centennial and Thornton Park Lakes
• Lawn bowling greens while adhering to social distancing guidelines
• Film permits
In accordance with the State mandate, the following amenities remain closed until further notice:
• Picnic shelters/tables
• Community Recreation centers
• Senior centers
• Community Gardens
• Project PRIDE
• Archery range is currently under construction
• Swimming pools
• Special events
• Outdoor Recreational Programs in the park
For further information on specific park locations and amenities, please visit www.santa-ana.org/parks/parks-and-facilities or call (714) 571-4200.
- Playground Rules during COVID-19
Due to the ongoing spread of COVID-19 in our communities, please follow these simple steps to help our outdoor playgrounds safe, open, and fun.
- Wear a Mask
- Everyone 2 years and older should wear a mask covering their face.
- Maintain distance
- Maintain a physical distance of 6 feet between individuals from different households and prevent crowding of children.
- No food or drink
- Do not eat or drink in the playground to ensure face masks are worn at all times.
- Wash hands
- Wash or sanitize your hands before and after you visit.
- Plan ahead
- Visit the park at different times or days to avoid crowds and waits.
- Know when to stay home
- Elderly individuals and people with underlying medical conditions should avoid playgrounds when others are present.
- Share our space
- To avoid crowding and allow everyone to use this space, please limit your visit to 30 minutes when others are waiting.
- Wear a Mask
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