That includes 70 off-leash dark parks, five BMX locations, 14 skateboard parks, and four disc golf locations - already opened as of May 20.
The city will also not be providing permits for scheduled and organized use of its outdoor recreational facilities at the current time.
While park amenities reopen, health measures and precautions remain critical to stop the spread of COVID-19 in the community. The rental of fields and courts for competitive sports will not resume until allowed by the province.
It's not going to be a full-on "game on", but the City of Toronto is moving to reopen more park amenities in the city. Individuals may use outdoor sports facilities and multi-use fields for non-team sports, such as walking, running, biking, skateboarding, frisbee, kicking a ball, and low contact racquet sports like tennis, badminton, pickleball and ping pong.
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Members of the Riverbank City Council have directed City Staff to open the parks, tennis courts, basketball courts, park restrooms and skate park with a few restrictions. Greenhouses, nurseries and conservatories, High Park Zoo and Riverdale Farm also remain closed.
The bad news is that they're all still closed, along with playgrounds, play structures and equipment, and outdoor fitness equipment. However, it says physical distancing of two metres will still be required.
Signage at all parks will remind residents of the guidelines and the city's COVID-19 Enforcement Team will monitor parks to ensure physical distancing is followed.
The City closed all park amenities in March based on public health advice.