COVID-19 Health and Safety - Spray parks, wading pools and outdoor pools
Stay home and away from others
- If you’re showing symptoms or feeling unwell
- If you have travelled outside of Canada in the past 14 days
- If you are a close contact of someone who has tested positive or are waiting for test results for COVID-19
How we're keeping you safe
- Making sure our facilities align with provincial guidelines
- Water runs continuously for spray park components so users do not need to touch the dials and buttons. Water is tested regularly
- Circles have been painted in the grassy areas to highlight proper physical distancing
- Staff maintain physical distancing and wear face coverings when possible
- Be a good neighbour and share the fun with everyone; we’re limiting how many people can use the spray parks at one time, per AHS guidelines, so give everyone a turn to play
How you can keep safe
- Parents - Make sure you and your child understand the COVID-19 guidelines
- Maintain social distancing (2 metres or 6 feet apart if possible) no close contact huddles.
- Masks may be worn by attendees on the deck of the spray park or wading pool. Guidance is available here.
- Masks should not be worn while playing in spray parks and wading pools, as they present a safety risk
- Bring and clean your own equipment such as towels, lifejackets/flotation aid and goggles Avoid sharing equipment unless you are in the same household or cohort.
- Limit the use of pool toys to flotation aids only
- Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds before, during and after your activity. Washrooms are available on site
- Carry and use your own hand sanitizer (it is not available on site)
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, mouth and face
- Cover coughs and sneezes in a tissue or your elbow
- Don't gather or loiter in parking areas or public areas