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The Holyoke Parks and Recreation Department is dedicated to developing and promoting recreational opportunities for the residents of the community.

Please check this page for updated information regarding upcoming events!

 

Updated - June 10, 2020

City playgrounds and the Community Field Dog Park are open to the public.

All park users are required to adhere to social distancing guidelines and wear a mask when not able to maintain 6 feet of social distance.

After visiting public spaces, users should wash/sanitize their hands.

City staff will be disinfecting play equipment daily and will monitor each park to ensure the health and safety of visitors.

Spray pads and Community Field public restrooms remain closed but will reopen on Saturday, June 27.

No groups larger than 10 can gather in the parks at this time.  Due to state regulations: baksetball courts and playing fields (baseball, softball, soccer, football, lacrosse, volleyball and all contact sports) will remain closed.

The Parks and Recreation Department will not be issuing permits for organized sports leagues, birthday parties or special events until further notice.

 

 

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