With appropriate health and safety measures in place – the City of Cleveland reopens its recreation centers
If you have recently experienced flu like symptoms, do not enter or attend any public facilities or events. Contact your primary care physician for further instructions.
July 6th marked the first day that the recreation centers of Cleveland opened their doors following their closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In order to keep the recreation centers open, guests must abide by a set of rules put in place in order to limit the potential spread of COVID-19.
Masks Are Required
Guests of the recreation centers MUST bring their own masks. Masks will not be provided.
Any guest without a mask will be denied entrance to the facility. Currently, masks are not required for those partaking in swimming, basketball, or baseball.
Enrollment Is Required
Currently, recreation facilities are limited to those that are actively enrolled in a program or course at said recreation center. No outside guests will be permitted within the facility.
Those who are enrolled will be permitted entrance no sooner than 15 minutes before the start of their class or program.
First Come, First Swim
All pools are currently operating on a first come, first serve basis. Please call your recreation center ahead of time to learn of max occupancy. Pools will be open Monday through Friday, 11AM to 5PM. Adult swim will be available from 5:30PM to 7:30PM.
Locker rooms are available for those who have or will be using the pools, but public showers will no longer be in use.
In order to prevent further COVID-19 infections, we must all take part in healthy habits and social distancing.
TV20 and the City of Cleveland have put together this informative and easy to follow video guide on ways you can help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
For more information, you can contact your local recreation center, or view this information pamphlet.