Closures & Program Changes

alertCANCELLATIONS & CLOSURES

1/4/2021 Update: Due to the Governor’s restrictions extension, the operational updates shown below have been extended through January 11, 2021.

Sprinker Recreation Center:

  • Facility is closed through January 11, 2021
  • All indoor activities are cancelled.
  • Outdoor areas remain open - Face coverings required unless able to maintain distance of at least six feet from others outside household:
    • Harold E. LeMay Skate Park: 9:00 am-4:00 pm
    • Sprinker Playground: 7:00 am-5:00 pm 
    • Bresemann Forest: 7:00 am-5:00 pm
  • Program - Take It Make It Experience supply kit pick up will be by appointment only. Participants should expect to be contacted by Pierce County Parks' staff.

Lakewood Community Center:

  • All indoor gym activities, including pickleball, are cancelled through January 11, 2021.
  • Building will be open for District Court operations only.

Environmental Services Building (ESB) park operations:

  • All room rentals for meetings (excluding civil service examinations) are cancelled through January 11, 2021 
  • Restrooms remain closed in the ESB
  • Program - Take It Make It Experience supply kit pick up will be by appointment only. Participants should expect to be contacted by Pierce County Parks' staff.

Meridian Habitat Park & Center:

  • All indoor fitness classes are cancelled through January 11, 2021 
  • All buildings remain closed
  • Dog Park remains open. Face coverings required unless able to maintain distance of at least six feet from others outside household.

Specialized Recreation:

  • Programs will be shifted to virtual formats. Participants should expect to be contacted by Pierce County Parks' staff.

Other Closed Facilities:

  • Dawson Playfield - closed for construction through Feb. 2021.
  • Heritage Recreation Center
  • All buildings at Frontier Park are closed
  • Picnic shelters remain closed

Use of a face covering is required (ages 5+) inside all Pierce County Parks’ buildings and facilities. In accordance with the Governor’s orders, face coverings must also be worn in outdoor locations whenever a 6-foot distance cannot be maintained from those who do not live in the same household.


Thank you for your understanding as we continue to support efforts to contain COVID-19 and protect the health of our customers, employees and community.