Your health and safety are at the forefront of our minds. With hazardous air quality and extreme fire danger, we are asking everyone to please limit or avoid use of City parks and open spaces until air quality returns to healthier levels and fire danger passes.
If you do go outside, to reduce the chance of fires in our parks or other natural areas, it’s particularly important right now that visitors do not smoke, light matches, or use any flame outside, in or near a park. We ask park visitors to make responsible decisions to protect themselves, others and our parks and natural areas. Parks and Recreation staff are taking every precaution to reduce fire risk when they are working out in the community. Please also remember: If you see a fire, no matter how small, call 911 immediately.