The Owasso City Council has adopted Resolution 2020-12 , addressing the COVID-19 Pandemic and local public health issues.
The Resolution establishes new community measures due to the potential for rapid community spread and transmission of the COVID-19 Virus in Owasso. The changes are the result of recommendations from the Tulsa Health Department (THD), the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSHD) and the Center for Disease Control (CDC). Effective April 1, 2020 at midnight, until April 14, 2020 at 6:30 PM, unless extended or terminated earlier by further Resolution:
In accordance with Resolution 2020-12, #’s 5 & 6 (below), the following locations will be CLOSED & PROHIBITED to use:
Rayola Splash Pad
Rayola Playground Equipment
Funtastic Island Playground Equipment
Elm Creek Playground Equipment
Centennial Playground Equipment
5. The use of any playground equipment or shelters within City Parks is prohibited, even if not locked, gated, fenced, or cordoned off. All neighborhoods with neighborhood-owned playground equipment or shelters are strongly encouraged to comply with guidelines herein for City Parks;
6. The Rayola Park Splash Pad is hereby closed and the water shall remain turned off until further notice.
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