Since March 17, the Parks and Recreation Department has been producing virtual recreation programming for the public. These activities, tours and videos have been posted to the department’s Facebook page. This is a great resource for residents to participate in recreation activities from home.
Now there is a dedicated page on the department’s website for virtual recreation programs. This page will be updated each week with the new activities we roll out. In addition, the videos appear on a “Parks and Recreation” playlist on the County’s YouTube channel. Now there are multiple ways our participants and the public can access the great activities the department has provided.