COVID-19 Update from The City of San Marcos: Public Counters and Parks & Recreation
Cities in San Diego County have been granted permission to start slowly reopening businesses, parks and a variety of other services. In response, the City of San Marcos is making the following updates:
- Public counters at City Hall and Public Works will reopen on Monday, June 1. Hours will be Monday-Thursday from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Public health and safety measures will be in place.
- In addition, residents can continue to take advantage of our “Virtual City Hall” by engaging with the City online, and via phone, email and the San Marcos City App. Visit www.san-marcos.net/covid19 to learn more about the wide variety of services that are available online.
Parks & Recreation
- All City parks and parking lots will reopen on Monday, June 1, at 9 a.m.
- Dog parks will also reopen Monday.
- Pickleball and tennis courts will reopen on Wednesday, June 3. The County is allowing play at these courts if used by members of a household or others who can maintain social distance. Please check in with the facility attendant to be assigned a court and follow the rules that are posted at each court. You can view the rules for each court at www.san-marcos.net/courts.
- Athletic fields will open, but no organized sport play or games will be allowed.
- Playgrounds, skate parks, restrooms, splash pads, basketball courts and volleyball courts will remain closed.
- The Corky Smith Gymnasium and the Senior Activity Center (SAC) will remain closed. For information about the senior nutrition program, call (760) 744-5535.
- You may go outside for exercise if you can keep six feet away from people who are not members of your household.
- Park visitors are allowed to sit, lie down, and picnic if they practice social distancing.
- Please avoid groups and crowded outdoor spaces.
Health and Safety Guidelines
- All State and County public health-related measures will remain in effect at all City facilities and parks.
- Please maintain six feet of social distance and wear a face covering when you come within six feet of anyone outside your household.
- You can learn more about all of the guidelines in place at www.coronavirus-sd.com.
As always, the health and safety of the San Marcos community is our top priority. We appreciate your continued efforts to protect yourself and others in our community by making smart, safe choices during this time.