Oliver Parks & Recreation

Covid-19 Facility Safety Plans

Oliver Parks & Recreation COVID-19 UPDATE

Following the orders and guidelines set out by the provincial and local health authority and through a high level of collaboration with organizations and associations within the recreation sector, the Society continues to work cautiously to maintain safe access to facilities and recreation services. Each recreation facility has its own site-specific safety plan that meets all requirements and guidelines from the provincial and regional health authorities and, WorkSafeBC. These plans are updated as needed and are available for review at Facility Safety Plans | Oliver Parks and Recreation (oliverrecreation.ca)

Provincial and regional restrictions | COVID-19 | Interior Health These restrictions are made by the Provincial Health Officer (PHO) and Interior Health Medical Health Officers under the Public Health Act.

Face masks are now mandatory for entry into all recreation facilities and must be worn in all common areas including lobbies, hallways, washrooms, seating areas and entrances and exits. The OPRS Mask Safety Guideline is available for review here: Facility Safety Plans | Oliver Parks and Recreation (oliverrecreation.ca)

Public Recreation Facilities that are OPEN:
– Recreation Office Mon-Fri 8:30-4:30
– Lion’s Park: Playground, Small Wheels Park, Off-leash Dog Park
– Kinsmen Playground
– Tots & Tykes Playground (Community Park)
– Rotary Park & Playground
– Tennis/Pickleball Courts
– Community Weight Room (Membership holders only Mon-Fri 6am-8:30p, Sat/Sun 6am-1:30pm)
– Meeting Rooms/Clubhouse for programs and user groups (15 person max) with safety plan**
– Community Hall for programs, user group rentals (under 50 people) with safety plan in place**

Please visit our website https://www.oliverrecreation.ca and Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/OliverParksandRecreation/ for regular updates to program and facility schedules.

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