Outdoor playground structures closed
The City of Regina encourages residents to get outside and stay active while maintaining physical distancing. Park spaces and pathways are open; however, City-owned playground structures are now closed until further notice.
This decision follows Public Health Official guidelines to avoid contact with shared surfaces such as playground equipment. Crews will be working over the next few days to close off the 165 City playground structures across Regina; however, we ask residents to stop using these facilities immediately. Dog parks, skateboard parks, picnic sites, and basketball, tennis and pickleball courts will also be closed.
Park spaces and pathways remain open to the public. With over 830 hectares of park space, residents can enjoy our open spaces while maintaining physical distancing measures in place to ensure the safety and well-being of our community. When accessing our parks, keep a physical distance of a minimum two metres (six feet) from other park users. Residents are also advised to wash their hands and avoid shared surfaces like handrails and benches.
The COVID-19 situation is changing rapidly and the City is taking immediate action as necessary. Updates are provided on Regina.ca/coronavirus.