The City of Roseville shared some guidance about the reopening of public playgrounds.

For months, the city’s playgrounds have been off limits as the community did its best to protect each other from COVID-19 spread. As restrictions are eased and the parks reopen, families are urged to follow the rules issued by the California Department of Public Health when visiting city parks.

Face masks that cover the mouth and nose are required for all children over the age of two years old. Caregivers must supervise children at all times during their outing.

The six-foot rule still applies while outdoors. Households should not play in the same area if social distancing is not possible due to capacity limits.

And, snack time will have to wait for after you play at the park. No eating or drinking is allowed.

There are a few other familiar rules that families will have to follow.

As a reminder, parents and their children can review this flyer that lists the recommended safety measures. Parks will have them posted on site.

The residents of Roseville enjoy dozens of city parks, open spaces and other recreational outlets where they can enjoy a little sun and fresh air to start or end their day.

Inviting parks are just the beginning. People also live here for the great schools, shopping, dining and entertainment destinations.


In Roseville, there’s always a new destination or adventure to tackle no matter what day of the week.

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