During the COVID-19 pandemic it is important that we practice excellent social distancing and remain alert to the Stay-at-Home Order to slow the spread of COVID-19. During this time Governor DeWine and Dr. Amy Acton have ordered that all parks can remain open but playgrounds should be closed, this includes the Piqua Skate Park.
The following protocols have been taken to enforce these Orders:
- Playgrounds have been taped off
- Signs have been posted at all City playgrounds
- Basketball rims have been removed at Fountain and Mote Parks
The Piqua Police Department will not be guarding these playground areas. It is expected that parents use good judgement to not allow their children to play on these playground areas and practice excellent social distancing.
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The City of Piqua, Ohio Public Works Department oversees many parks throughout the city. Click on the name of the parks below to learn more about each.
Goodrich Giles Park
Lock Nine Riverfront Park
Pitsenbarger Sports Complex
Robert M Davis Memorial Park
Additional Parks Information:
Motor vehicles prohibited in parks except in designated areas.
Metal detection devices prohibited in parks.
Animals or pets prohibited on golf course.
Alcoholic beverages prohibited in parks.
Dogs must be on a leash at all times.
Piqua Parks Department
859 S. Main Street
Piqua OH 45356
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