We are excited to serve you during this challenging time.
Being engaged and staying active are so important to health and wellbeing. We appreciate you following these guidelines; they help keep all of us safe. We take fun seriously!
Self-screen for symptoms of coronavirus at home before (each time) you come to an activity. Our staff will ask you to validate your current health status when you arrive.
If you have any of these symptoms, stay home, stay away from other people, and contact your health care provider:
- FEVER OR FEELING FEVERISH
- A NEW COUGH
- SHORTNESS OF BREATH
- A NEW SORE THROAT
- NEW MUSCLE ACHES
- NEW HEADACHE
- NEW LOSS OF SMELL OR TASTE
Maintain distance of 6 feet from people you don’t live with and stay in your designated area during activities.
Let us know immediately if you or a person living in your household who has attended our activities has any symptoms of the coronavirus or has been diagnosed.
Contact us at 763-493-8333.
Wear a mask! When in direct customer contact, City Recreation & Parks staff will wear a mask for our safety and yours, based on the Governor’s Executive Order 20-81, when inside City facilities masks are required. The City strongly encourages outdoor participants to wear a mask. Masks are required to be worn at outdoor programs when 6’ of social distancing is not possible. If you or a family member is not able to wear a mask, due to a disability or other special need, contact Inclusion Specialist Erin Johnson at 763-315-8462 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to create a plan for participation.
Program-specific guidelines: Participants will be notified of specific program protocols and guidelines. We will send updates about your class using the email you provided at registration. If there is inclement weather the hour before your class, please check your email for weather related cancellation information.