DAVIS (CBS13) — Starting Monday, Davis residents can get out and play some tennis or basketball again — with a few restrictions.

The city announced their courts including tennis, pickleball, basketball, bike polo, and bocce are open once again. City skate parks are also now open.

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Because the state and local stay-at-home orders are still in place, the public must abide by the following guidelines in order to use the facilities:

  • Individuals with compromised immune systems should not participate in or attend activities conducted on the courts due to risk of infection.
  • Individuals should not enter a court area if exhibiting any signs of illness, such as sneezing, coughing, sniffles, fever or just not feeling well.
  • All players must practice responsible social distancing by remaining at least six feet apart. Player equipment must also be spaced properly to avoid close contact.
  • Players must limit their play to only one-on-one play (no groups) and should limit their play to only those residing within their own residence.
  • All players should wash their hands or use hand sanitizer upon entrance, during the event, and when leaving the facility.
  • Avoid touching your face, including eyes, nose and mouth.
  • Spectators are discouraged and limited to essential employees or household members.
  • Tournaments, instruction, clinics, etc. are prohibited.
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The courts are first-come, first-serve, and the hours of operation will be the same as they were before the stay-at-home order.

City-owned playgrounds, exercise equipment, pools and athletic fields remain closed at this time.

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If you have questions about the facilities you can call the city at 530-757-5626 or email csweb@cityofdavis.org.