The most recent City of San Francisco Health Order directs residents to stay at home for essential needs and allows for certain outdoor activities. This directive does not have an expiration date and will be amended over the coming weeks and months to allow for a gradual and safe re-opening of the city.
Mayor London Breed recently announced a timeline and action plan that was formulated by the Economic Recovery Task Force that allows certain outdoor activities to resume on June 15, 2020.
What’s open at Mission Bay Parks?
Mission Bay Parks open spaces are available to you to enjoy fresh air and sunshine.
While you visit, please wear a face covering and respect the City’s 6-foot social distancing requirements. MBP is required to ask visitors to leave if they are not wearing a face covering and/or not respecting social distancing protocols.
The facilities below are currently open.
- | All Outdoor Areas
- | Public Restrooms
- | Dog Parks
- | Kayak Launch
- | Tennis Court | For single players only
We will continue to monitor the impact of COVID-19 and how it may affect these areas.
What’s Closed at Mission Bay Parks?
To keep our staff and the community as safe as possible, and to comply with City health directives, the following areas are closed until further notice.
- | Basketball Court
- | Volleyball Court
What about Public Events?
As recommended by the CDC and San Francisco Department of Public Health, gatherings of over 10 people are not allowed to reduce the spread of coronavirus infection.
In order to be compliant with these guidelines, Mission Bay Parks will postpone all non-essential group events. In addition, we have canceled all Mission Bay Parks sponsored events following the direction from the San Francisco Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure | OCII.
If you have booked an event at Mission Bay Parks with 10 guests or more, please contact us to make arrangements to reschedule your event.
Stay tuned for updates on the impact of COVID-19
Mission Bay Parks will continue to review recommendations from the San Francisco Department of Public Health and other relevant government organizations to stay up-to-date and safety compliant on providing a healthy environment for our visitors, area residents, and guests.
If suspension or postponement of non-essential events continues to be recommended, we will update the community with new information in this POST.
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We look forward to seeing you at Mission Bay Parks to enjoy all that we have to offer.
Please stay healthy and safe.
As Manager of Mission Bay Parks overseeing all aspects of day to day park operations, Catherine Hickey serves as the first point of contact for park visitors, tenants, vendors and contractors. Send Cathy an email or just call 415.684.9896.