What facilities are open and what facilities are closed?
Conestoga Recreation & Aquatic Center: Opening on Tuesday, February 16. Center will be open Monday – Friday from 7 am to 6:30 pm. Closed weekends. Offering weight room & fitness classes. Additionally, Conestoga will offer lap swim, water fitness, and water walking.
Cedar Hills Recreation Center: Opening on Tuesday, February 16. Center will be open Monday – Friday from 7 am to 6:30 pm. Closed weekends. Offering weight room & fitness classes.
Babette Horenstein Tennis Center: Opening on Sunday, February 14, weather permitting. The District’s website and Inclement Weather Hotline (503-614-4018) will be updated on Saturday by 9 pm with the Center’s Sunday status. Open Monday – Friday from 9 am to 9 pm and Saturday & Sunday 9 am to 5 pm. Reservations and instructional classes offered. (Closed President’s Day).
Tualatin Hills Athletic Center: Opening Monday, February 22. Center will be open Monday – Friday from 7 am to 7 pm. Offering weight room, walking track, youth classes and fitness programs.
Tualatin Hills Aquatic Center: Opening on Monday, March 8 for Lap Swim and Fitness Classes. Please check the daily schedule for specific program times.
The following facilities will remain closed through at least June 30, 2021: Elsie Stuhr Center, Garden Home Recreation Center, Aloha Swim Center, Beaverton Swim Center, Harman Swim Center, and the Sunset Swim Center.
Are parks and trails open? What amenities in parks are open?
All THPRD parks, trails and natural areas are OPEN. All visitors must comply with the Governor’s order for physical distancing and face coverings. Please be vigilant and wear masks, maintain extra space and physical distancing from others, and move to the edge of the path for passersby.
Basketball courts (ONLY for shooting hoops. No contact play allowed).
Athletic fields (Please note fields are open for scheduled use with a THPRD permit).
Outdoor tennis courts / pickleball courts
Archery range at PCC Rock Creek
Limited public restroom access at locations where enhanced cleaning regulations can be met
Restroom locations where enhanced cleaning regulations cannot be met.
Progress Lake fishing (not enough space for required physical distancing)
What temporary rules are in effect?
Due to the COVID-19 public health emergency and in compliance with direction from the state of Oregon the following temporary rules are in effect:
• Maintain Physical Distance: Keep 6 feet of distance between your group and other visitors.
• Follow State Rules for Group Size: Groups are limited to 50 people outdoors.
• Be Healthy: If you have a fever, cough, or difficulty breathing, stay home. These are symptoms of COVID-19, please call your health care provider.
What are the temporary rules for outdoor tennis and pickleball courts?
• Maintain six-foot distancing from others at all times.
• Don’t congregate on courts, in common areas, or parking lots.
• Limit or stagger playing groups.
• Play singles only – doubles play with household members only.
• Clean and sanitize paddles, rackets and water bottles.
• Do not share equipment.
• Use your paddle, racket, or shoe to pass out-of-play balls.
• Consider wearing gloves to help avoid touching pickleballs or tennis balls.
• Coordinate your group so each person serves with a different color or number ball. If that’s not an option, mark personal balls for individual use.
Is THPRD requiring park/trail visitors to wear face coverings (or masks)?
Park and trail visitors are asked to wear face coverings consistent with state guidance. Visitors are also encouraged to bring their own hand sanitizer with them and to be careful to avoid touching surfaces. Per the Governor's direction, if you cannot maintain six-feet of distance from other visitors, please wear a face mask.
The following statewide requirements are in effect and apply to all park visitors, as well as campers, and staff:
Face coverings will be required for all Oregonians ages five and older in indoor public spaces and outdoors when six feet of distance cannot be maintained.
Face coverings will be required even in cases of physical exertion indoors and outdoors when six feet of distance cannot be maintained.
What is the status of the PCC Rock Creek Recreation Facility?
Currently, the PCC Rock Creek Recreation Facility remains closed to THPRD-sponsored activities. The college is working to develop their reopening plans and has not authorized use of the complex until that planning is complete. Although THPRD has an intergovernmental agreement with PCC that guarantees shared use of the facility, we are not currently operating under typical conditions. Both organizations have been in communication and are working toward allowing programmed use of the site. At this time, we do not have an exact date for when the complex will be available for use. In the meantime, THPRD is planning for the opening of additional grass fields at the Howard M. Terpenning Recreation Complex and at Rock Creek Powerlines Park in the event the demand for field time increases.
Are parks or trails overcrowded?
In general, the public is doing a good job complying with physical distancing rules. One of the best things you can do right now is stay local. This is not a time to overload larger community parks. We have had reports of full, or overloaded parking at our larger community park and nature park sites. If a parking lot is FULL, please be responsible and move on to another location. We have nearly 100 park sites to visit in the district and want to encourage people to enjoy their local neighborhood park and trails. To help with physical distancing we have instituted temporary one-way loops on some trails.
What about park, field and trail maintenance during this time?
With the closures and staffing reductions, patrons will see a reduction in service levels in terms of maintenance. We are mowing less. We will be watering less. We are modifying our trash pick-up procedures and focusing on minimizing risk for our staff.
At this time, one thing the public can do to help is to minimize trash in parks. We are asking that if you bring it in, please pack it out. We will still have trash collection but need your help reducing the waste in parks during the closure period.
Will I get a credit or refund for classes or programs I’ve paid for?
Patrons who registered for programs, impacted by the closures, that required a fee through June 14, 2020, have received a refund.
I have a Deluxe or General Pass- can I get a refund?
For patrons with deluxe or general passes, THPRD will refund a prorated amount from March 13, 2020 when THPRD facilities closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. At this time, we will not be selling passes for the foreseeable future.
All refunds were sent to patrons by August 15, 2020. Refunds were issued as a virtual gift card and credited on your THPRD account. If you would prefer a to receive a check for the value of the credit, please contact THPRD at 503-645-6433.
What about shelter, fields or facility rentals?
All rentals are cancelled through the closure period and fees will be refunded. THPRD is not accepting any new rentals at this time.
Is THPRD Accepting Financial Aid applications at this time?
Yes! Patrons are welcome to submit their application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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