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Spring/Summer Program Guide

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ATTENTION:
The above Spring/Summer 2020 Program Guide was created prior to the coronavirus pandemic. Visit columbus.gov/RecParksCOVID19 for cancelations and schedule updates.

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Columbus Recreation and Parks Provides Free Masks to Residents at Free Produce Markets Columbus, Ohio–Columbus Recreation and Parks Department will be giving out free masks to help residents show care for the community and comply with Governor Mike DeWine’s statewide mandate requiring residents to wear face coverings while in public. 

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Play Safe, Live Smart: Reopening Summer Youth and Adult Sports COLUMBUS, OH – The City of Columbus continues to place priority in keeping residents safe and healthy during the public health emergency and especially the city’s youth. With guidance from Columbus Public Health and the Ohio Department of Health, the Columbus Recreation and Parks Department is moving forward with a phased reopening of summer sports leagues and tournaments for youth sports. - learn more

Play Safe Live Smart Keeping Your Mind and Body Active With everyone social distancing to stop the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), it is important to find new ways to keep minds and bodies active. Columbus Recreation and Parks Department is offering new programs to help residents Play Safe, Live Smart and stay active in a safe way. - learn more

Residents urged to stay safe, live smart to stay healthy and keep Columbus’ parks and trails safe Visiting Columbus Recreation and Parks Department’s trails and parks are a great way to maintain your physical and mental health, but it is important to Play Safe, Live Smart and take steps to use them safely. - learn more

Columbus Recreation and Parks Department to Close Facilities Through May 1 Due to the continued monitoring of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Columbus Recreation and Parks Department’s facilities, playgrounds, sports courts (including basketball courts and tennis courts) and public recreational equipment will remain closed through Friday, May 1. In addition to our facilities closing, all programming, sporting events, classes and other events will be canceled until further notice. - learn more

All Columbus Playgrounds and Basketball Courts are Closed COLUMBUS, OH – Columbus Recreation and Parks Department encourages all residents and visitors to take extra precautions during the coronavirus (COVID-19) public health emergency. With nearly 400 parks, 160 playgrounds, 107 basketball courts and 230 miles of regional trails, the department serves as an essential resource for helping residents of all ages focus on their mental and physical health. At this time, it is critical that residents play safe and live smart to avoid community spread of the COVID-19 virus. - learn more

Columbus Recreation and Parks Coronavirus Update Columbus Recreation and Parks Department is proceeding with caution and closing all facilities due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) effective at 6 p.m. on Friday, March 13, and will remained closed through at least April 3. - learn more

Bethel Road Trail Connector Now Open Columbus Recreation and Parks Department’s new trail connecting users directly from Bethel Road to the Olentangy Trail is now open.
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Kick Off the Holiday Season with WinterFest The Columbus Recreation and Parks Department (CRPD) invites the community to enjoy the third annual WinterFest on Saturday, Dec. 7, from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. in Bicentennial Park. - learn more

IGS to Donate Solar Panels to Columbus Recreation and Parks Department for Linden Community Center The Columbus Recreation and Parks Department is announcing that IGS of Dublin will be donating 200 solar panels to use on the roof of the Linden Community Center that is currently being built. - learn more

Columbus Recreation and Parks To Open Certain Centers Early Wednesday to Continue To Help Neighborhoods Beat the Heat Columbus Recreation and Parks will continue to provide regular activities at community centers to give residents a place to cool off during Wednesday’s forecasted extreme heat. Five community centers will be open early beginning at 9 a.m. - learn more

Columbus Recreation and Parks Community Centers To Help Neighborhoods Beat the Heat Columbus Recreation and Parks will continue to provide regular activities at community centers to give residents a place to cool off during today’s extreme heat. All community centers will be open regular hours. - learn more

Columbus Blue Jackets, City Officials To Dedicate New Playground Funded and Built by the Columbus Blue Jackets Foundation at Beatty Community Center Columbus Recreation and Parks Department is celebrating the completion and official dedication of this newest playground built in partnership with the Blue Jackets Foundation. - learn more