COVID-19 Resources
Si View Covid Information

Si View Metro Parks COVID-19 Resources

We are committed to protecting our community health. All programs listed in this Guide are subject to changes in the event of a continued public health emergency. The program schedule is based on the current community health status (as of July 15, 2021) with minimal restrictions on activity types or capacity limits. However, should our community health status change, adjustments to schedules may be necessary across all programs from youth to adult to aquatics. Should changes need to happen, registered participants would be notified right away, and updated information posted on our website.

Reducing the spread of COVID-19 continues to be a team effort. Over the course of the pandemic Si View Metro Parks has developed extensive safety plans in accordance with industry specific guidelines, and our staff is trained with latest available information. It is important that all participants join in our efforts and continue to follow all safety guidelines applicable to specific activities, as individual actions play a critical role in reducing risk of transmitting the disease.

How you can help:

  • Consider your risks involved in group activities.

    We recommend that high-risk group or vulnerable participants consult with their medical provider to assess their personal risks and determine if attendance in group activities is appropriate. Similarly, participants with high-risk group family members at home, should consider the risk of participating in group activities and potential exposure to the disease.

  • Respect the rules of the room.

    Follow all program specific guidance provided including masking requirements where applicable. Program specific guidelines may also include modifications to items you may/ may not bring from home, check in/out procedures, specific group.

  • Stay home when sick or under quarantine.

    The symptoms to monitor for include: fever (100.4F or higher) or a sense of having a fever, new cough or shortness of breath, chills or repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, or new loss of taste or smell.

  • Stay informed.

    District wide updates for the latest status of programs, parks and facilities are posted on our website. Visit for the latest information.

Face Coverings

Effective Monday August 23, 2021, face coverings are required for everyone over five years of age in public indoor settings regardless of vaccination status in accordance with statewide mandate. This includes Si View Community Center and other District managed facilities.

In addition, masks are strongly recommended in crowded outdoor settings like sporting events, the farmers market, and concerts and similar where physical distancing is not possible.

There are some exceptions to the indoor mask requirement, including:

  • Children under age five years of age. However, children age two to four years old can wear a mask under close adult supervision. Children under two years of age should not wear a face covering due to the risk of suffocation
  • People with a medical or mental health condition or disability that prevents them from wearing a mask
  • Fully vaccinated workers who are working alone or in an area not accessible to the public
  • Athletes who play indoor sports and who are actively engaged in competition or practice (masks are still required on sidelines and in team meetings)
  • Small indoor private gatherings when everyone is vaccinated

It is important to use and handle masks properly. A mask should fit snugly around both your mouth and nose, and it should not have holes or tears in the fabric. Cloth face coverings should be washed frequently, ideally after each use, and certainly daily. If you are not able to wash it after each use, wash your hands or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer immediately after putting it back on and avoid touching your face.

Thank you for your cooperation!