Click Each Activity For Its Guidelines:
Community Garden – The Oakmont Community Garden will open as soon as soap and water are available (a portable handwashing station is on order), which is a requirement of Sonoma County Order, C19-11.
Pools and Spas – The Pool areas have not yet been cleared by the county and will remain closed indefinitely.
The following guidelines are posted at each sports facility,to keep yourself, your family and anyone you encounter safe. Failure to adhere to these guidelines may result in court closures during the Health Officer’s Orders – Sonoma County Order C19-11 ( also posted).
OVA is not policing the facilities – please use the honor system and follow the rules.
Report violations of the Health Officer’s Orders to the Santa Rosa Police Department
Non-Emergency number at (707) 528-5222 or email email@example.com
The following rules apply to all facilities:
- Play at your own risk.
- If you are sick or have been exposed to COVID-19, stay home.
- Use your own equipment for play at all facilities.
- Pickleballs will be removed from the courts. It is recommended that you write your name on the pickleball that will only be touched by the individual user.
- Masks are required while waiting for play but not while playing.
- Maintain Social Distancing at all times.
- Oakmont Residents Only – no guests are allowed.
- Only residents of the same household can play on a Court.
- Doubles is not allowed
- Groups and leagues are not permitted.
- The use of facilities is designed for recreation only. Professional lessons are not permitted at this time.
- Benches will be removed or marked “Not in Use.”
- Bring your own chairs.
- Bring your own hand sanitizers.
- The County Order is posted at each facility. Please follow the instructions.
Below are the maximum number of courts and persons allowed at each sports facilities:
- West Rec – Four Courts, eight people
- East Rec – Two Court, four people
- Six Courts, Twelve People
- Three Courts, Six People
- Two Courts, Four People
- Lawn Bowling
- Six Courts, Twelve People
- Two Pits, Four People
Watch for symptoms
People with COVID-19 have had a wide range of symptoms reported – ranging from mild symptoms to severe illness.
Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. People with these symptoms may have COVID-19:
Every potential Outdoor Sports Facility user must conduct a self-assessment of their health and shall not enter a Park if they have any of the following symptoms consistent with COVID-19:
- Fever of 100.0 degrees Fahrenheit or greater;
- Sore throat;
- Shortness of breath;
- Unusual headaches;
- Severe fatigue;
- Gastro-intestinal symptoms such as diarrhea or stomach cramps; or
- Loss of sense of smell or taste.
This list is not all possible symptoms.