During this time of pandemic, ensuring the heath and safety of our residents, patrons and staff are the principles that determine the re-opening of City of Surrey recreational facilities.
"It is unfortunate that there has been misinformation circulated about the closures of our recreational facilities," said Councillor Laurie Guerra, Chair of the Parks, Recreation and Culture Committee.
"Our recreational facilities were closed on March 15 dueto COVID-19 and not from budgetary pressures. Since June 1, we have re-opened to the public a number of outdoor facilities and programs.
We are continuing to develop plans for the opening of additional facilities in the coming weeks and are working closelywith our sports community on safety plans that will prepare them to return to sport when the facilities re-open.
I encourage our residents to make use of our facilities as they become available, and to help us keep them open by taking proper health measuresby observing physical distancing, having your own hand sanitizer and staying home if you are sick."
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