SEVERAL PARK RESTROOMS OPEN
TO PUBLIC BEGINNING JUNE 9
Other restrooms open July 1
when Park Shelters can be reserved;
Park playgrounds also opened to public use
RAPID CITY, SD--Several of the City's Park restroom facilities opened to the public for limited hours beginning June 9. And the City's park playgrounds are also being opened up to public use.
Four year-round restroom facilities were closed in March and other Park restroom facilities scheduled to open during April were delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This week, the restrictions will be lifted for the year-round facilities at Legacy Commons, Founders Park, Canyon Lake West and Skyline Drive. In addition, restroom facilities at Sioux Park, Vickie Powers Park and the Sioux Park Tennis Courts will be opened. Portable facilities in these areas will be removed.
The buildings will be open during the day and early evening hours.
In addition, other restroom facilities will open when park shelters become available by reservation beginning July 1. These restroom facilities include three facilities at Canyon Lake, Old Storybook Island and Robbinsdale Park.
City park officials also announced Monday the playgrounds in City parks will be opening for public use. The City had closed the park playgrounds in March due to COVID-19 concerns with social distancing and hygiene protocols.
Darrell W. Shoemaker | Communications Coordinator
T: 605.721.6686 | M: 605.939.8551