Beginning Tuesday, March 30, recreation centers will open for senior activities. Read more here.
Beginning Tuesday, March 9, the City is accepting reservations for sports fields and small- and medium-sized ramadas, however amusement equipment (e.g. jumping castles) will not be allowed with ramada reservations and all ramada reservations are restricted to a maximum of 10 attendees per ramada. All large ramadas will remain closed. Sports field reservations must follow all Pima County Guidelines. Park restrooms, horseshoe pits, and outdoor sports courts, including tennis, racquetball, handball, bocce, badminton, and sand volleyball are open.
For more information on the Pima County Guidelines for using facilities go to the Back to Business webpage under “Operating Guidance for Businesses and Events During the Pandemic.”
Playgrounds/Outdoor Fitness Stations and Equipment
- Safety signage is in place.
- Playgrounds and outdoor fitness equipment will be cleaned and inspected periodically.
- It is strongly advised that users exercise caution and self‐sanitize before and after use.
Pools and Splash Pads
- Year-round swimming pools are open for adult lap swim only.
- The Edith Ball Adaptive Recreation Center's outdoor pool recreation pool is open for adult lap swim and recreation only at reduced capacity and by reservation only. For more details and instructions for making a reservation, visit the Edith Ball ARC website.
- All other pools and splash pads remain closed.
We strongly advise:
- All groups keep to 10 individuals or fewer
- Parks amenities users maintain a minimum of 6 feet of distance from anyone they do not live with
- Stay home if feeling sick
- Follow all other CDC guidelines to keep safe.
Every person in the City of Tucson over the age of 5 is required to cover their nose and mouth with a face covering when in a public setting where continuous physical distancing is difficult or impossible. Signage is in place at all playgrounds and ramadas reminding the community of the CDC guidelines they should follow when visiting the park.
Tucson Delivers: Parks + Connections
In November 2018, the voters approved Proposition 407, a $225 million bond package to improve park amenities and connections throughought the City of Tucson. Parks projects include improvements at 100 of our city’s 128 parks and focus on existing facilities and amenities as well as adding new amenities and three new parks. Projects include improvements to pools and splash pads, sports fields and courts, playgrounds, and more. Bond funds will also improve connections with greenways, shared-use paths, pedestrian safety features, sidewalks, and bicycle lanes.