Main Content Anchor

City of Ryde park facilities to reopen to the public

Published on 14 May 2020

In line with the NSW Government’s easing of COVID-19-related restrictions, all City of Ryde playgrounds, outdoor fitness equipment, park barbecues and shelters, and the Meadowbank Skate Park will open to the public as of Friday 15 May 2020.  

Social distancing requirements remain in force and park users are reminded to practice good personal hygiene. Please wash your hands and use hand sanitiser and/or disinfectant wipes before and after using Council equipment, and assume the person who has used the equipment before you has the virus.

Park and playground users must ensure there is a maximum of one person per four square metres and keep a distance of at least 1.5 metres from others. You cannot gather in an outdoor public space in groups of more than 10.

Council is working closely with NSW Police to monitor compliance with social distancing and Public Health Order requirements, and will continue to take advice from authorities. If you think an individual or organisation is in breach of a Public Health Order, please contact Crime Stoppers. Complaints can be reported online or by phone on 1800 333 000.

 
Last updated on 15 May 2020