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March 15, 2020 update regarding COVID-19 (novel coronavirus)

Post Date:03/15/2020 7:10 PM

Updated announcement:

City of Reno closes recreation facilities and programming through April 5

Updating our announcement from earlier today (see below), the City of Reno has decided to close all recreation facilities through April 5, 2020. 

This includes Spring Break Vacation Station Camps at all six locations, as well as Sierra Kids at Dodson Elementary, which were originally scheduled from March 16-27. Parents and guardians will need to make alternative arrangements for the care of their children.

Facility closures include:

  • California Building
  • Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center & Pool
  • Idlewild Field #3
  • McKinley Arts & Culture Center
  • Neil Road Recreation Center
  • Northwest Pool
  • Plumas Gym 
  • Reno Sports Complex
  • Teglia’s Paradise Park Activity Center

All recreation programming, classes and rentals within the above-listed facilities are canceled through April 5, 2020. The City hopes to reopen recreation facilities and continue recreation programming as soon as possible after April 5.

All Reno parks and school fields permits issued through the Reno Youth Sports Association for youth and adult sports are also cancelled through April 5, 2020.

Please continue to pay attention to Reno.gov/COVID19, our social media, emails and other credible sources of news for the most recent updates and information.

La Ciudad de Reno cierra todas las instalaciones de recreación hasta el 5 de abril

Actualizando nuestro anuncio de hoy, la Ciudad de Reno ha decidido cerrar todas las instalaciones de recreación hasta el 5 de abril de 2020.

Esto incluye los campamentos de vacaciones de primavera en las seis ubicaciones, así como Sierra Kids en Dodson Elementary, que originalmente estaban programadas del 16 al 27 de marzo.  Los padres deberán hacer arreglos alternativos para el cuidado de sus hijos.

Los cierres de instalaciones incluyen:

  • California Building
  • Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center & Pool
  • Idlewild Field #3
  • McKinley Arts & Culture Center
  • Neil Road Recreation Center
  • Northwest Pool
  • Plumas Gym 
  • Reno Sports Complex
  • Teglia’s Paradise Park Activity Center

Además, todas la programación de recreación, clases y alquileres dentro de las instalaciones mencionadas anteriormente se cancelan hasta el 5 de abril de 2020. La ciudad espera reabrir las instalaciones de recreación y continuar la programación de recreación lo antes posible después del 5 de abril.

Siga prestando atención a Reno.gov/COVID19, nuestras redes sociales, correos electrónicos y otras fuentes de noticias creíbles para obtener las actualizaciones e información más recientes.

Earlier announcement:

The City of Reno is aware of the announcement made earlier today by Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak, that K-12 schools will be closed until at least April 6, 2020. This is part of the proactive steps the State of Nevada and schools districts across the state are taking to mitigate the impacts of COVID-19.

With the news, we know City of Reno residents are concerned about how our city is preparing. We will have an announcement outlining next steps as soon as possible.

As of now, Spring Break Vacation Station Camps will be open at 7 a.m. on Monday, March 16. However, please understand that monitoring of COVID-19 is a rapidly changing situation; therefore, modifications or cancellations to programs could occur at any time.

Please pay attention to Reno.gov/COVID19, our social media, emails and other credible sources of news for the most recent updates and information.

La Ciudad de Reno está al tanto del anuncio hecho hoy por el Gobernador de Nevada, Steve Sisolak, de que las escuelas K-12 estarán cerradas hasta al menos el 6 de abril de 2020. El estado está tomando medidas para mitigar los impactos de COVID-19.

Con las noticias, sabemos que los residentes de la Ciudad de Reno están preocupados por cómo se está preparando nuestra ciudad.  Tendremos un anuncio que describirá los próximos pasos lo antes posible.

A partir de ahora, Spring Break Vacation Station Camps estará abierto a las 7 a.m.el lunes 16 de marzo. Sin embargo, comprenda que el monitoreo de COVID-19 es una situación que cambia rápidamente;  por lo tanto, las modificaciones o cancelaciones a los programas pueden ocurrir en cualquier momento.

Preste atención a Reno.gov/COVID19, nuestras redes sociales, correos electrónicos y otras fuentes de noticias creíbles para obtener las actualizaciones e información más recientes.

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