City of San Angelo Re-Opens Parks and Tennis Courts Saturday


SAN ANGELO, TX -- The City of San Angelo Friday announced the limited re-opening of playgrounds and tennis courts. In a press release, the city detailed how the facilities will be opened to the public beginning at 8 a.m. on Saturday, April 25.

The following guidelines must be followed:

  • Playgrounds may be open provided no more than 10 people are using at a time and everyone wears a face mask. 
  • Facilities will be frequently sanitized and social distancing of at least six feet between households is required. Parks may be closed if congregating occurs.   
  • There should continue to be no interaction between households at tennis courts or playgrounds. 
  • There may be no private lessons; people may only play with members of their household. 
  • Facility management of private facilities should be contacted for approved rules regarding equipment.
  • The CDC hand sanitizing requirements should be followed at all times.
  • Basketball courts, camping, beaches, and pavilions are still prohibited at this time. Pavilions, restrooms, and drinking fountains are also closed.

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