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Victorville Park Safety Tips

Parks in the city are open for use as of October 29, 2020. Prior to opening, each park’s common areas will be cleaned and sanitized on a regular basis. For social distancing, markers have been set six feet apart on the field.

All park visitors will be subject to the following laws and restrictions:

  • Hands should be washed and sanitized on a regular basis.
  • Visitors above the age of two must wear a mask that protects their mouth and nose.
  • Keep a 6-foot distance between you and someone who doesn’t live with you.
  • There is no food or drink allowed in the playground.
  • When others are around, the elderly or those with underlying disabilities should avoid public spaces.
  • The playground has a maximum capacity of 6 children and 8 supervising adults. Visits should be limited to 30 minutes per day and during non-peak hours.
  • When you’re sick, stay at home.
  • Between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m., parks are closed.

All members of the Victorville community are urged to follow the following public health hygiene guidelines:

  • To help avoid spread, wash your hands with soap and warm water for 20 seconds and then use hand sanitizer.
  • Avoid touching your ears, eyes, or nose with dirty hands.
  • Stay away from sick people.
  • If you’re sick, stay home from work and/or school and avoid public places and gatherings.
  • If you have respiratory symptoms like a fever or a cough, stay away from others and seek medical help from a physician for a complete diagnosis and supportive treatment.
  • Seniors and people of all ages who have significant underlying medical problems should take special care.

As a precautionary measure to slow the spread of COVID-19 to community members and City workers, City facilities will be closed to the public starting Dec. 4. Employees of the city continue to operate and execute important city functions.

You can pay your bills, request plans and business license applications, and more using the City’s phone and online customer service options. You can also pay your bill using our drop-box.

Stay safe if COVID-19 is circulating throughout your neighborhood by using basic measures like physical isolation, wearing a mask, keeping rooms well ventilated, avoiding crowds, hand washing, and coughing into a bent elbow or tissue.

  • To reduce the risk of infection when others cough, sneeze, or chat, keep at least a 1-meter gap between yourself and them. 
  • When you’re inside, keep a greater distance between yourself and others. The greater the distance, the better.
  • Make wearing a mask a natural part of social interactions. To render masks as effective as possible, they must be used, stored, and cleaned or disposed of properly.

Here’s how to put on a mask properly:

  • Clean your hands before putting on your mask, as well as before and after removing it, and every time you touch it.
  • Make sure your nose, mouth, and chin are all covered.
  • When you remove a mask, place it in a clean plastic bag and wash it every day if it’s a cloth mask or throw it away if it’s a medical mask.
  • Valves should not be used with masks.

Victorville, California is blessed with some of the area’s most breathtaking parks you don’t want to miss! Here’s our short list of the best:

  • Sunset Ridge Park
  • Mojave Narrows Regional Park
  • Hook Park
  • Liberty Park
  • Avalon Park
  • Eva Dell Park
  • Brentwood Park
  • Rockview Nature Park
  • Las Haciendas Park  

All of these wonderful parks are located just a short distance from our location located at 15505 West Sand Street Suite 101-A in Victorville! Stop by for a visit anytime!