Parks & Community Services
Community Facilities, Parks, and Programming During COVID-19
Park Monitors will visit each reservation to ensure safety and compliance with the listed guidelines.
Tennis Courts are now open, in accordance with the Shelter-in-place order. In addition to standard use rules, the following rules are in place to prevent the transmission of COVID-19:
- Do not share sports equipment, including tennis balls, with individuals who are not part of the same household or living unit.
- During play, maintain a distance of six feet (6’) from individuals who are not part of the same household or living unit.
- Do not physically contact, shake hands, or high five other players.
- Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer immediately upon leaving the court.
- All players must leave the facility immediately after play.
The Skate Park at Emerald Glen is now open and basketball hoops have been re-installed. Individuals using these facilities must:
- Cover coughs or sneezes (into the sleeve or elbow, not hands)
- Wash hands with soap and water or use hand sanitizer following activity
A Senior curbside lunch service provided by Open Heart Kitchen will continue to be available at the Dublin Senior Center on weekdays, 11:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Seniors must make reservations for lunch through Open Heart Kitchen at 925-500-8241. To enforce social distancing during lunch distribution, seniors must remain in their vehicles.
The Parks and Community Services Department develops and implements quality programs that:
- Encourage healthy lifestyles
- Preserve the City's heritage
- Provide recreational experiences
- Strengthen community image
The Parks and Recreation Master Plan establishes goals, long-term policies and standards to guide the acquisition, development, and management of park and recreation facilities.