Park Closures COVID19

All City Parks Closed to Community Use Until Further Notice

  • Due to State and County Stay at Home Orders, all City parks are now closed. This closure includes all parks and park activities, such as playgrounds, dog parks, skate parks, basketball, futsal, tennis courts, ballfields, sports fields, picnic tables, etc.
  • Restrooms are locked, as paper products, hygiene and cleaning supplies are not available.
  • Members of the community may pass through parks while walking, biking or running. Gathering of groups and organized activities are not allowed.
  • When passing through the park, please practice social distancing, which is to maintain at least six feet of distance from those who are not members of the same household.



Parks maintenance includes regularly scheduled mowing, edging, shrub trimming, fertilizing, litter/trash collection, graffiti abatement, weed control, minor tree work, and turf aeration. For parks with restrooms or play equipment, the contractor also provides janitorial cleaning and play equipment inspection.  Please note that bathrooms found with vandalism and/or plumbing issues are immediately locked and unavailable.



The City has 66 city parks and many open spaces maintained by licensed landscape contractors. City parks range from two-acre neighborhood sites to 64-acre community parks with a wide range of activities – from picnic areas, game courts, swimming pools, ball diamonds, soccer fields, tot lots, fountains, tennis courts, and more.

  • View the Parks Map for additional information and park locations.


About half of the City parks have restrooms. Some larger sites have community centers and others have larger complexes, such as Oak Park's Billy Hebert Field and Pixie Woods at Louis Park.



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This City of Stockton web page last reviewed on --- 3/26/2020