THPRD Parks and Trails are OPEN with Temporary Use and Physical Distancing Rules in Effect
All THPRD parks and trails
Outdoor tennis courts / pickleball courts
Archery range at PCC Rock Creek
CLOSED for Now:
Progress Lake fishing (not enough space for required physical distancing)
Temporary Rules for Park Use
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: 10 or fewer people who arrived at a site together before Washington County enters Phase 1. Once we are in Phase 1, groups will be limited to 25 people.
Be Healthy: If you have a fever, cough, or difficulty breathing, stay home. These are symptoms of COVID-19, please call your healthcare provider.
Temporary Rules for Use of 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.
* Please note, the tennis courts at Cedar Mill Park and Roxbury Park are temporarily closed while the Maintenance Department works to get the courts ready for public use.
Patrons are Encouraged to Follow State Public Health Guidance: Visitors are encouraged to wear face coverings and to bring their own hand sanitizer. Be mindful to avoid touching surfaces.
Compliance with Temporary Rules
Park Patrol staff, Park Ambassadors, and volunteer Park Stewards, will be reminding visitors of the temporary rules, but compliance and cooperation from the public is essential as our ability to respond to every violation will be very limited. Updated rules signs have been posted and in some cases caution tape or other tools have been used to block off sites.
In addition, normal park rules still apply under District Compiled Policies 7.02 General Use of District Property.
THPRD Indoor Public Facilities are CLOSED until further notice. All events, classes, camps, programs have been cancelled through June 14.
Refunds: All patrons have received refunds on classes, camps, programs, during the closure period.
Passes: For patrons with deluxe or general passes, THPRD will refunded a prorated amount from March 13, 2020 when THPRD facilities closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Pass refunds will take up to one month to process. At this time, we will not be selling passes for the foreseeable future.