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Updated April 3, 2020 at 3:30pm

 

Mission Oaks Recreation & Park District has cancelled/postponed all classes, programs, and rentals through at least April 30 following guidelines set by Governor Newsom, the County of Sacramento, and the California Department of Public Health. District special events have been cancelled through May 31. As public servants, we are being called upon to help mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic within our community. 

 

These cancellations and closures will be in effect until at least April 30, and subject to change: 

· Youth basketball games and practices are cancelled 

· Elementary Track program is cancelled 

· All building rentals, picnic rentals, and athletic field rentals are cancelled 

· All van trips are cancelled 

· The Mission Oak Community Center is closed, and classes and clubs held there are cancelled 

· The Senior Meals program is cancelled until further notice 

· The Swanston Community Center is closed, and classes and clubs held there are cancelled 

· The Easter Blast event (April 12 at Swanston Park) has been cancelled 

· The Grand Egg Roll (April 7 at Gibbons Park) has been cancelled 

· Spring Break Camp has been cancelled 

· Pickleball and Tennis classes have been cancelled 

· Rattlesnake Avoidance class (April 4) has been cancelled and possibly rescheduled 

· The Senior Resource Fair (April 29) has been cancelled and possibly rescheduled 

 

These programs follow the schedule of the San Juan Unified School District, and will be closed through the rest of the 2019-2020 school year:   

· Preschool 

· Afterschool Adventures

* Bridges 

 

Park Operations: All MORPD parks remain open from dawn to dusk, but these facilities within the parks are now closed until further notice: 

· Restrooms 

· Playgrounds 

· Tennis Courts 

· Pickleball Courts 

· Futsal Court 

· Basketball Courts 

 

We emphatically remind park users to follow social-distancing guidelines (maintain at least 6 feet distance from others) and follow sanitary recommendations. 

 

Staff continues to process refunds and credits for our customers due to cancellations. For questions please contact:

· District Office: Debra Tierney, (redacted)

· Mission Oaks Community Center: Jill Bailey, (redacted)

· Swanston Community Center: Nicole Plumley, (redacted) 

 

We appreciate your understanding during this rapidly evolving situation. These decisions were given serious consideration and were made based on the Governor’s executive order which stated in part “All residents are to heed by orders and guidance of state and local public health officials, including but not limited to the imposition of social distancing measures, to confront the spread of COVID-19.” 

 

Daniel Barton, District Administrator 

Mission Oaks Recreation & Park District 

(redacted) (916) 359-1600

 

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Update March 25, 2020 at 12:30pm

 

Effective immediately the Mission Oaks Recreation & Park District is cancelling/postponing all of our classes, programs, events and rentals through April 30 following updated guidelines set by Governor Newsom, the County of Sacramento, and the California Department of Public Health.  As public servants, we are being called upon to help mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic within our community.  As of today, there are no reported cases within our District, but with the limited access to testing it is difficult to be certain.

 

These cancellations and closures will be in effect until at least April 30, and subject to change:

·         Youth basketball games and practices are cancelled

·         Elementary Track program is cancelled

·         All building rentals, picnic rentals, and athletic field rentals are cancelled

·         The Preschool has been cancelled in conjunction with the San Juan Unified School District schedule

·         The Afterschool Adventures program has been cancelled in conjunction with the San Juan Unified School District schedule

·         All van trips are cancelled

·         The Mission Oak Community Center is closed, and classes and clubs held there are cancelled

·         The Senior Meals program is cancelled until further notice

·         The Swanston Community Center is closed, and classes and clubs held there are cancelled

·         The Easter Blast event (April 12 at Swanston Park) has been cancelled

·         The Grand Egg Roll (April 7 at Gibbons Park) has been cancelled

·         Spring Break Camp has been cancelled

·         Pickleball and Tennis classes have been cancelled

·         Rattlesnake Avoidance class (April 4) has been cancelled and possibly rescheduled

·         The Senior Resource Fair (April 29) has been cancelled and possibly rescheduled

 

Park Operations:

·         All MORPD parks remain open from dawn to dusk, but these facilities within our parks are now closed until further notice:

           *  Playgrounds

           *  Restrooms

           *  Tennis Courts

           *  Pickleball Courts

           *  Futsal Court

We emphatically remind park users to follow social-distancing guidelines (maintain at least 6 feet distance from others) and follow sanitary recommendations.

 

Staff continues to process refunds and credits to our customers due to cancellations.  For questions please contact:

·         District Office:  Debra Tierney (redacted)

·         Mission Oaks Community Center:  Jill Bailey   (redacted)

·         Swanston Community Center:  Nicole Plumley   (redacted)

 

We appreciate your understanding during this rapidly evolving situation.  These decisions were given serious consideration and were made based on the Governor’s executive order which stated in part “All residents are to heed by orders and guidance of state and local public health officials, including but not limited to the imposition of social distancing measures, to confront the spread of COVID-19.”

 

Daniel Barton, District Administrator

Mission Oaks Recreation & Park District

(redacted)     (916) 359-1600

 

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March 18, 2020

Effective immediately the Mission Oaks Recreation & Park District is cancelling/postponing all of our classes, programs, events and rentals through April 30 following updated guidelines set by Governor Newsom, the County of Sacramento, and the California Department of Public Health.  As public servants, we are being called upon to help mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic within our community.  As of today, there are no reported cases within our District, but with the limited access to testing it is difficult to be certain.

 

These cancellations and closures will be in effect until at least April 30, and subject to change:

·         Youth basketball games and practices are cancelled

·         Elementary Track program is cancelled

·         All building rentals, picnic rentals, and athletic field rentals are cancelled

·         The Preschool has been cancelled in conjunction with the San Juan Unified School District schedule

·         The Afterschool Adventures program has been cancelled in conjunction with the San Juan Unified School District schedule

·         All van trips are cancelled

·         The Mission Oak Community Center is closed, and classes and clubs held there are cancelled

·         The Senior Meals program is cancelled until further notice

·         The Swanston Community Center is closed, and classes and clubs held there are cancelled

·         The Easter Blast event (April 12 at Swanston Park) has been cancelled

·         The Grand Egg Roll (April 7 at Gibbons Park) has been cancelled

·         Spring Break Camp has been cancelled

·         Pickleball and Tennis classes have been cancelled

·         Rattlesnake Avoidance class (April 4) has been cancelled and possibly rescheduled

·         The Senior Resource Fair (April 29) has been cancelled and possibly rescheduled

 

 

Park Operations:

·         All MORPD parks will remain open as normal.  We emphatically remind park users to follow social-distancing guidelines (maintain at least 6 feet distance from others) and follow sanitary recommendations.

 

Staff has begun the process of issuing refunds and credits to our customers due to cancellations.  For questions please contact:

·         District Office:  Debra Tierney (redacted)

·         Mission Oaks Community Center:  Jill Bailey   (redacted)

·         Swanston Community Center:  Nicole Plumley   (redacted)

 

We appreciate your understanding during this rapidly evolving situation.  These decisions were given serious consideration and were made based on the Governor’s executive order which stated in part “All residents are to heed by orders and guidance of state and local public health officials, including but not limited to the imposition of social distancing measures, to confront the spread of COVID-19.”

 

Daniel Barton, District Administrator

Mission Oaks Recreation & Park District

(redacted)     (916) 359-1600

 

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Update March 13, 2020 at 2:20pm

 

March 13, 2020

 

Effective immediately the Mission Oaks Recreation & Park District is cancelling/postponing most of our classes, programs and events following recent guidelines set by Governor Newsom and the California Department of Public Health. As public servants, we are being called upon to help mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic within our community. As of today, there are no reported cases within our District, but with the lack of available testing it is difficult to be certain.

 

These cancellations and closures will be in effect until at least March 31, and subject to change:

·        Youth basketball games and practices are cancelled for the season.

·        All building rentals, picnic rentals, and athletic field rentals are cancelled.

·        Preschool has been cancelled through at least April 10.

·        The Afterschool Adventures program has been cancelled through at least April 10.

·        All van trips are cancelled.

·        The Mission Oak Community Center is closed, and classes and clubs held there are cancelled. (see below regarding Senior Meals program)

·        The Swanston Community Center is closed, and classes and clubs held there are cancelled.

·        The St. Patrick’s Day Dance is cancelled.

·        The Grand Easter Egg Roll event (April 7 at Gibbons Park) has been cancelled.

·        The Easter Blast event (April 12 at Swanston Park) has been cancelled.

·        Spring Break Camp (April 6-10 at Swanston Community Center) has been cancelled.

 

These essential services will continue:

·        The Senior Meals program will not meet at MOCC, but meals will be delivered

       or made available for pickup at MOCC.

·        All MORPD parks will remain open. We strongly recommend that users maintain a social distance of at least 6 feet and follow sanitary recommendations.

 

Staff will soon focus on refunds and credits due to cancellations. For questions please contact:

·        District Office: Debra Tierney (redacted)

·        Mission Oaks Community Center: Jill Bailey  (redacted)

·        Swanston Community Center: Nicole Plumley  (redacted)

 

We appreciate your understanding during this rapidly evolving situation. These decisions were given serious consideration and were made based on the Governor’s executive order which stated in part “All residents are to heed ay orders and guidance of state and local public health officials, including but not limited to the imposition of social distancing measures, to confront the spread of COVID-19.”

 

Daniel Barton, District Administrator

Mission Oaks Recreation & Park District

(redacted)    (916) 359-1600

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March 13, 2020 at 12pm

 

Effective immediately the Mission Oaks Recreation & Park District is cancelling/postponing most of our classes, programs and events following recent guidelines set by Governor Newsom and the California Department of Public Health.  As public servants, we are being called upon to help mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic within our community.  As of today, there are no reported cases within our District, but with the lack of available testing it is difficult to be certain.

These cancellations and closures will be in effect until at least March 31, and subject to change:

·         Youth basketball games and practices are cancelled.

·         All building rentals, picnic rentals, and athletic field rentals are cancelled.

·         All van trips are cancelled.

·         The Mission Oak Community Center is closed, and classes and clubs held there are cancelled.(see below regarding Senior Meals program)

·         The Swanston Community Center is closed, and classes and clubs held there are cancelled.(see below regarding Afterschool Adventures program)

·         The St. Patrick’s Day Dance is cancelled.

These essential services will continue:

·         The Preschool program will continue.  We will follow the lead of the San Juan

          Unified School District on keeping this program operating.

·         The Senior Meals program will not meet at MOCC, but meals will be delivered

          or made available for pickup at MOCC.

·         The Afterschool Adventures program will continue at SCC.  We will follow the

          lead of the San Juan Unified School District.

·         All MORPD parks will remain open.  We strongly recommend that users maintain a social distance of at least 6 feet and follow sanitary recommendations.

 

Staff will soon focus on refunds and credits due to cancellations.  For questions please contact:

·         District Office:  Debra Tierney (redacted)

·         Mission Oaks Community Center:  Jill Bailey   (redacted)

·         Swanston Community Center:  Nicole Plumley   (redacted)

We appreciate your understanding during this rapidly evolving situation.  These decisions were given serious consideration and were made based on the Governor’s executive order which stated in part “All residents are to heed ay orders and guidance of state and local public health officials, including but not limited to the imposition of social distancing measures, to confront the spread of COVID-19.”

 

Daniel Barton, District Administrator

Mission Oaks Recreation & Park District

(redacted)     (916) 359-1600