Face coverings are required for entry.

Effective July 1, Oregonians must wear a face covering at businesses and indoor public spaces. This new rule applies to all Willamalane indoor programs and facilities.
Before entering our facilities, everyone will be required to wear a face covering except:
  • Anyone with a disability that prevents the individual from wearing a face covering.
  • Anyone who is deaf or hard of hearing and moves their face and mouth to communicate.
  • Anyone who has a medical condition that makes it hard to breathe when wearing a face covering.
  • Anyone who has trouble breathing, is unconscious, or unable to remove the face covering without help.
  • Anyone engaged in activities that may cause the cloth face covering to become wet, such as swimming at a pool.
  • Anyone actively engaged in strenuous physical exercise. 
  • Anyone under the age of 12  
What's open now:
 What's opening soon:
What is remaining closed for now:
  • Splash! at Lively Park.
  • Park restrooms.
  • Indoor sports and basketball courts.

More reopening and registration is on the way! We're tailoring our programs and plans to what our community needs the most to stay healthy, active, and supported. While we have reopening plans in place for summer camps, fitness center, and group exercise, we won't be opening everything at once. Please check for updates on social media and on our website. We can't wait to see you again soon!

Not ready to return? We understand! Our parks team will still be maintaining beautiful parks and trails that we hope you’ll explore safely. And, our recreation team is innovating new ways to deliver recreation programming virtually, including family activities, fitness classes, and ways to enjoy the parks at a distance.

Other Alerts

Thurston Hills Natural Area mountain bike trails are now open.

A section of the former Booth Kelly haul road between Daisy Street and S. 57th Street will be closed temporarily for construction of a new subdivision beginning the week of June 29th. Please stay aware of new closure signs and use alternative routes as needed.

See the latest news stories here.

Here are few tips when going outdoors:


  • If you're able to maintain a six-foot distance from others, enjoy the outdoor areas near your home.
  • Enjoy solo physical activities or those with members of your immediate household such as walking, biking, and running. 
  • Wear a mask if you do go outdoors.
  • Open doors and windows to get fresh air while remaining inside. 


  • Participate in contact sports.
  • Visit crowded areas.
  • Go outside if you're sick.


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