Auburn Golf Course to reopen May 5

City parks remain open for walking; play equipment, fields, courts still closed

  • Monday, May 4, 2020 11:19am
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The Auburn Golf Course and Game Farm Wilderness Disc Golf will reopen on Tuesday, May 5.

City parks and trails where social distancing can be maintained remain open for walking and running, according to the City Parks, Arts and Recreation Department.

The City of Auburn continues to take steps to limit the spread of the disease and are taking proactive measures to protect the health and safety of the Auburn community.

City officials ask to please only do outdoor activities with people in your immediate household (not extended families). Do outdoor activities close by your home. If you encounter others, maintain a minimum of 6-feet distance.

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee issued an extension to the Stay Home, Stay Health order through May 31.

Please note that all Auburn park playgrounds and active recreations areas continue to be closed. This includes playground equipment, sports courts (tennis, basketball, pickleball), baseball fields, mod-soccer fields, skate parks and picnic shelters. Outdoor restrooms are closed. Park users are encouraged to go before you go to a park.

Please follow these recommendations:

* Do not visit public spaces if you have symptoms or are not feeling well.

* Follow CDC’s guidance on personal hygiene prior to heading to parks and trails — wash hands, carry hand sanitizer, cover your mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing, etc.

* Observe at all times CDC’s minimum recommended social distancing of 6 feet from other people. Practice it and know what it looks like. Keep it as you walk, bike or hike.

* Bring a suitable trash bag. Leave no trash, take everything out to protect park workers.

Find a complete list of Auburn Parks and trails online at

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