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Oro Valley Parks and Recreation facilities will close and programs will be canceled starting Wednesday, the city announced Tuesday.
The closures will affect the Oro Valley Community and Recreation Center and the Oro Valley Aquatic Center, the city said in a news release. All aquatics, youth programs, spring break camps, fitness classes and any other program offered through Oro Valley Parks and Recreation will also be affected by the closure, the city said.
The city will issue refunds for any programs that have been canceled.
Parks and recreation will also suspend fitness and aquatics memberships and stop automatic billing for the memberships, the city said. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 520-229-5050.
El Conquistador Golf is still open for business for member golf and daily fee play , but staff is suspending large group events and shotgun starts. Food and drinks will be limited to grab-and-go options, the city said.
All Oro Valley parks, trails and paths are still open, but the city is asking residents to practice social distancing and not be in groups larger than 10 people.
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