The Lakeland City Commission voted 7-0 in a specially called City Commission meeting to open passive recreation facilities, including parks, trails, and boat ramps starting May 1st. Tennis courts and Cleveland Heights Golf Course will also open following safety protocols.
Playgrounds, athletic fields, recreation centers, and basketball courts will remain closed.
“We do have some concern with playgrounds and manned facilities like our libraries and recreation centers at this time. Staff has been meeting on a regular basis and we have come up with a game plan to get passive areas open to the public with the goal to get facilities open as quickly as possible. Recreation Centers and playgrounds will remain closed until further notice but could be part of a phase-two opening in the near future as long as we meet Federal and State safety requirements,” said Lakeland City Manager Tony Delgado in a press release.
For more information visit, https://www.lakelandgov.net/.