Town of Bernalillo Recreation Center - COVID-19 Information




Effective May 3, 2021 until further notice:

The Town of Bernalillo Recreation Center will be open by appointment only for activities scheduled by the Recreation Department.

Restroom and locker room facilities are only for the use of those with a scheduled appointment.

Gymnasium will be open only for scheduled sports and activities by appointment only.  Basketball and open recreation time for any sports or activities will remain closed.

COVID - 19 Safe Practices

-Proper use of CDC approved cloth or surgical face coverings during your entire visit, including when exercising and playing.

-Maintaining proper 6ft social distancing as much as possible.

-Do not enter the Recreation Center if you are feeling sick, and/or have had close personal contact with someone who has tested positive for Covid-19 within the previous 14 days of your visit, and/or if you have tested positive for Covid-19 within the previous 14 days of your visit.

-Waiver forms will be required for each activity.

-Please bring your own water.  Water fountains will be closed for public use.

-Please bring your own equipment whenever possible.

-All commonly touched equipment will be cleaned on regular basis, especially before and after use, using disinfectant spray, wipes, and/or disposable towels provided by the Recreation Department.

-Hours of operation are subject to change without prior notice.  

-The Town of Bernalillo reserves the right to prioritize, alter, or cancel the previously scheduled use of the Recreation Department facilities for groups, events, activities, or programs at any time, possibly without notice.


GUESTS WHO DO NOT ADHERE TO THE NM PUBLIC HEALTH ORDERS - INCLUDING SOCIAL DISTANCING PRACTICES AND PROPER USE OF MASKS  - CAN AND WILL BE ASKED TO VACATE TOWN PREMISES IMMEDIATELY.


MOVING FORWARD: WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN YOU VISIT
NO MASK means NO SERVICE! The Town is adopting a strict policy that no individuals who wish to come into the Recreation Center will be allowed to stay if they are not wearing an adequate face covering and to be worn properly. Wearing a face covering in public is a required directive put forth by Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham.