On October 13, 2020, Alameda County Public Health issued a press release announcing that Alameda County has moved into the Orange Tier of the State’s Four-Tier Blueprint for a Safer Economy. Although Orange Tier activities are not permitted within Alameda County at this time, the County gave the District permission to open playgrounds as of Friday, October 16, 2020. We are excited to be able to open our playgrounds as we understand the positive benefits they bring to our community, most importantly the need for children to get outside and play.
Per Alameda County Public Health, playgrounds pose a risk of spreading COVID-19 due to their high-touch surfaces, and encourage group gatherings and mixes households. To ensure the health and safety of our community, and to limit the transmission of COVID-19, District playgrounds are a use at your own risk park amenity. We encourage the community to follow the below health and safety guidelines that have been set by the State of California while utilizing a District playground:
We continue to work closely with Alameda County Public Health and the City of Livermore as we slowly reopen in a phased approach to help reduce the risk of a surge within our community. For more information about Alameda County Public Health Orders or to receive the most up to date information about COVID-19, please visit COVID19.CA.GOV. Please visit our District website at LARPD.ORG to receive additional information about our Facility and Park updates and closures. If you should have any questions, please feel free to contact our main office Monday through Friday from 10:00 am-2:00 pm at (925)373-5700.Senior Services News Sports & Fitness News Robert Livermore Aquatics Center News Recreation Department News Home Page News Event Rentals News Parks & Openspace News Marketing & Operations News Human Resources News Youth Services News Open Space News