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City of Plano Parks and Recreation

Posted on: March 5, 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update for Plano Parks & Recreation

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Due to COVID-19 precautions, Plano Parks and Recreation has closed our facilities including the recreation centers and swimming pools, High Point Tennis Center, reservable athletic fields, the three dog parks and skate park until April 27 at which time the closures will be re-assessed. Parks will remain open until further notice. We have limited the amount of parking at Arbor Hills Nature Preserve, so please consider visiting another park near you. You may find a list of all the parks in Plano on our park locator map.

Pecan Hollow Golf Course will reopen after a few days of cleanup after all the recent rain. Restrictions will be in place that will keep players apart. The club house grill will remain closed but will serve take out food. Please visit the Pecan Hollow Golf website for more information. 

All events, leagues and classes held at Plano Parks and Recreation centers and pools that are currently in session or will begin before May 31, 2020 are cancelled. Recreation staff will contact all participants and offer a refund within the next few weeks. This also includes Liberty Block Party, Oak Point Recreation Center Anniversary Celebration, Carpenter Park Recreation Center Anniversary Celebration and the Plano Aerobats Gymnastics TAAF Invitational Meet.

The City of Plano is encouraging our community to use wisdom and extreme caution when considering group gatherings or activities. Everyone has a social responsibility to keep our community safe and healthy.




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