Los Angeles County reopens splash pads ahead of hot weekend

The County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health reopened splash pads with restrictions ahead of the hot weekend.  

Splash pads within amusement parks are still closed, but other county-run splash pads are open to the public. 

The rules for reopening include physical distancing, no group gatherings, and face coverings are required except in the water or for children two and under. 

A lifeguard at the splash pad in Hacienda Heights said people aren't yet aware of the reopening so they aren't seeing crowds gather yet. 

One family was in the park area but decided to not use the splash pad yet due to COVID-19 concerns. 

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The following splash pad locations are open:

• Carolyn Rosas located at 18500 Farjardo St Rowland Heights

• City Terrace Park located at 1126 N Hazard Ave LA

• Dalton Park located at 18861 E Armstead LA

• Los Robles located at 14906 Los Robles Ave Hacienda Heights

• Mayberry Park located at 13201 Meyer Rd Whittier

• Pathfinder Park located at 18150 Pathfindr Rd Rowland Heights

• Pearblossom Park located at 33922 121st St E Pearblossom

• Rimgrove Park located at 747 Rimgrove Dr La Puente

• San Angelo Park located at 245 S San Angeles Ave La Puente

• Stephen Sorensen Park located at 16801 E Ave P Lake Los Angeles

• Sunshine Park located at 515 Deepmead Ave La Puente

• Valleydale Park located at 5525 N Lark Ave Azusa

• Washington Park located at 865 E Grand Ave Pomona