Hollywood Begins Limited Re-Opening of Broadwalk and Parks on Weds., May 13

Hollywood Begins Limited Re-Opening of Broadwalk and Parks on Weds., May 13

The City of Hollywood will have a limited reopening parks and public areas on May 13.

City leaders are continuing to monitor the scientific/medical data related to COVID-19 in our region. Provided compliance with social distancing, capacity restrictions and other CDC guidelines are observed at City-operated parks and recreational facilities, another phased opening is set for this Wednesday, May 13th. It is important that people know that compliance with restrictions is critical to keeping these facilities open.  

Hollywood Broadwalk

  • The Hollywood Broadwalk will be open from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. for exercising only including walking, jogging and bike riding.
  • No rollerblading, skating or skateboarding
  • No loitering
  • Social distancing of at least 6 feet between individuals
  • No groups larger than 10 people
  • Facial coverings recommended when social distancing is difficult to maintain.
  • The Beach remains closed.

Additional Parks and recreation areas will be reopening

  • Bob Butterworth          
  • Earl Crofford
  • Emerald Hills Lakes              
  • Lions Park    
  • Oak Street               
  • Sailors Point
  • Three Islands       
  • Harry Berry              
  • Keating
  • Water View

Open 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. for passive use only. No use of restrooms or water fountains. Social distancing of at least 6 feet between individuals. No groups larger than 10 people. No active organized team sports allowed. Facial coverings must be worn at all times. The Community Garden at Oak Lake will require anyone working in garden to wear a mask. Allow Artist in residence return to work at ArtsPark. Artist studio work only. No tours, lessons or private engagements.

Skate Parks

  • Hollywood West
  • Stan Goldman

Will require social distancing of at least six feet. Everyone in a skate park must be wearing a mask. One person per element. No more than 10 people in skate park at a time.

Tennis Courts

  • Jefferson Park 
  • Driftwood Community Center

Singles play only. Only two players per court inside court area. Must adhere to social distancing of at least six feet.

Pavilion Rentals

  • Cathy and Bob Anderson Park   
  • Eppleman Park        
  • Holland Park
  • Jefferson Park                            
  • Oak Lake Park
  • Poinciana Park  

Only parties less than 10. Must adhere to physical distancing and all parties must wear facial covering. Venues times will be limited 1 per day to allow for cleaning.

Limited Restrooms Available

  • Jefferson Park          
  • Sailors Point        
  • Stan Goldman Park 
  • Zinkil Park
  • Holland Park           
  • Charnow Park           
  • Johnson Street on Hollywood Beach
  • Harry Berry Park   
  • Keating Park 

Open facilities will be cleaned and sanitized twice daily, seven days a week per CDC guidelines. Please, only one customer at a time in the restroom facility. 

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