Agency Updates Regarding Coronavirus and the Community (includes openings and closings of parks, facilities, beaches, etc.)

Reopening Sample Documents
Miami Dade Reopening Phases
Indian River County Reopening Emergency Order
Hallandale Beach Partial Activation Memo
Palm Beach County Executive Order
Palm Beach County Reopening Guidelines (raw files)
Pinellas Park Reopen Plan
Villages Reopen Plan to residents
Ft Lauderdale Reopen Document

Hallandale Beach Pandemic Response Plan
Delray Beach Reopen Phase I Plan

Sample Signs
Palm Beach County Golf Signage (raw files)
Palm Beach County Boating Signage (raw files)

Palm Bay signs | picture
Dunedin signs

Statewide Information for Reopening Pools: Dept. of Health
Pinellas County Pool Operator Info Packet
USA Swimming Facility Reopening Messaging and Planning
CDC Guidelines for Public Pools, Hot Tubs, and Water Playgrounds
World Waterpark Association Reopening Considerations
Guide to Pool Openings - Swimming World Magazine
CMAHC: CDC COVID19 and Aquatics Webinar

Alachua County Order

CDC: Youth Sports
Panama City Beach Sports Complex Webpage
USOPC Sports Event Planning Considerations
USOPC Return to Training Guide
Coronavirus and Youth Sports - Aspen Institute/Project Play
United States Specialty Sports Association
National Academy of Athletics Waiver (Sample)
Little League: "Organizing, Playing, and Watching" Guidelines
Sports UAC Ball Field Layout 
USA Softball Recommendations 
Tampa Ballfield Use 
COVID-19: Return to Youth Sports Preparing Sports Venues and Events for the Return of Youth Sports [Sports Innovation Journal]

Fourth of July
Hollywood – canceled
Orlando – canceled news show and prerecorded fireworks
Tallahassee – canceled
Palm Bay - canceled
Ormond Beach - postponed 4th of July event to September
St. Cloud – canceled
Deltona – moved to Labor Day
Largo - canceled
Treasure Island - canceled
Cocoa - canceled
Melbourne - canceled
Tarpon Springs - canceled
Safety Harbor - canceled
Ft. Myers – doing a flyover
Clearwater – canceled
Jax Beach – postponed to NYE
West Palm Beach – launching from two locations to encourage people to stay at home and watch


FFEA Contingency Planning for Restricted Event Opening
CDC Guidelines for Large Gatherings
Reopening Guidance Considerations for the Global Attractions Industry

Summer Camp
Summer Camp Forms/Documents
Letter to Parents - North Port
North Palm Beach - Waiver
South Daytona - Waiver
Greenacres - Summer Camp Procedures
Greenacres - Waiver
Google Document for Common COVID Era Camp Practices
Mount Dora Parent Survey | Resulting Letter to Parents
Orange County Screening Tool
Tampa Health Monitoring Form
Tampa Summer Camp Plan _draft
Sample Waiver from Boys and Girls Club
PBC Guidelines from Childcare facilities
Debary Summer Camp Guidelines
Discontinuation of Isolation Guidelines -CDC
City of Tallahassee - canceled all camps
South Daytona - canceled all camps
Naples - canceled all camps
Boca Raton - canceled all camps
Hillsborough Co - canceled all camps
Brevard Co - canceled all camps
Tarpon Springs - canceled camps
Jupiter - canceled all camps

Delray Beach

Modified – drop in activities



Modified – offering at reduced capacity & with new protocols

North Palm Beach

Modified – offering at reduced capacity & with new protocols


Palm Beach Gardens

Modified – offering at reduced capacity & with new protocols

Palm Springs

Modified – offering at reduced capacity & with new protocols

American Camp Association | Guidance on Planning
Link to April 29's Summer Camp Zoom Chat
Interim Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Guidance for Day Camp or Program Settings Serving Children and Teens - State of North Carolina
US Conference of Mayors Webinar about opening Camp Safely
CDC's Childcare Guidance page - guidance and resources for afterschool/camp providers
CDC Interim Guidance for Childcare Programs

The Aspen Project: Return to Play

National Golf Course Owners Association Park and Play Program
USGA Resource Center
PGA Resources Center
Golf Course Superintendents Association of America
Palm Beach County Golf Operations

Ideas for Interacting with Your Community During this Time

Many of these ideas use little or no additional resources. Don't let webcasting scare you! It is fairly easy and can be absolutely free. If your agency has a Facebook page, that is the easiest place to host a live event or class. If you want more control over who sees it, Zoom and Cisco Webex offer free platforms to host an online gathering.
  • Host a daily "PE" time for kids via social media or a webinar platform. This can be an uploaded video, live, or a list of activities to do.
  • Give tours via your phone camera of facilities and post them on your social media for viewers (relevant article)
  • Host an educational session with an animal in your care such as rehabilitating owls or turtles at your nature park.
  • Post a picture of one of your facility or park features (a dugout, fountain, treehouse, slide, etc.) and encourage a short story to be written using the item pictured as the scene. This can be for all ages!
  • Host a Coffee Chat and invite your active adults who are able to get on the computer to meet with others.
  • Participate in the City Nature Challenge!
  • Tallahassee Best Practices for Social Media
  • Palm Coast's Virtual Programming Plan

At FRPA, we know you are monitoring the Coronavirus personally and professionally as government employees. We wanted to provide a few resources that may specifically help you, the park and recreation professional, as we map this territory together.
As we hear of additional resources specific to park and recreation professionals, public space managers, childcare workers, etc., we will communicate this with you. Stay well and wash your hands!

What Agencies are Doing in Response to Park and Facility Closures and Program Cancellations

Check out what agencies are doing for their communities by means of virtual interactions. Some of these screenshots include ideas for connecting with your community for recreation or alternate programming and others are ways to communicate with your public in easy, comprehensible ways that do not allow for misinterpretation. Also, follow @frpagram on Instagram and check our Highlights reel for more ideas! We hosted a Zoom Chat about this topic also. Check it out here. 
Below is a list of webinars offered from organizations/companies that FRPA associates with. These are simply listed for your interest and are not brought to you by FRPA nor will FRPA keep track of any CEUs associated with these offerings. 

City Parks Alliance Webinars
Planning for the Summer and Beyond in Our Parks 
Programming While Social Distancing
Park Leaders and COVID

Public Spaces Are Essential Services Webinar from PlacemakingX

Aspen Institute - Youth Sports

Join Project Play for our discussion on how to re-imagine the grassroots sports system after COVID-19.
Register Now

Society of Outdoor Recreation Professionals 

UF/IFAS Webinars: Wildlife of Florida
Check these out!

GameTime/PlayCore has a variety of Webinars that are being offered for free during this time. 

Use Code : GameTime

Multiple Days and Times
Free | 1 Hour

Aquatix by Landscape Structures

National Alliance for Youth Sports
Concussion Training
Bullying Prevention

Multiple dates and times

Florida Festivals and Events Association Meetups
Free | 1 Hour

Every Wednesday | 1pm
Coronavirus Forum Webinar from International Festivals and Events Association
Free | 1 Hour