City of Clovis Recreation

Temporary closure of recreation facilities

In the interest of the health and safety of the public, effective Monday, March 16, 2020, the City of Clovis has temporarily closed the Clovis Recreation Center (3495 Clovis Ave. Clovis CA 93612).

There have been no suspected or confirmed cases of COVID-19 in any Recreation facilities or programs. The City of Clovis is following the guidelines of Fresno County Department of Public Health (FCDPH) and California Department of Public Health (CDPH) as we monitor COVID-19.

If you have a specific question about activities and programs that have been postponed, please contact the City of Clovis Recreation Center from 9:00am to 5:00pm starting Monday, March 16, 2020 at 559-324-2780.

We do not have an estimated date for programs to resume but will post updates regularly at CityofClovis.com as well as on social media.

Effictive June 1, 2020 the Clovis Rotary Skatepark and the Clovis Batting Cages have reopened with limited hours and usage restrictions.

Clovis Rotary Skatepark

Reopening Rules and Guidelines

  • Recreation staff will be encouraged to wear masks and gloves during shifts. Staff will maintain a minimum six foot distance from other employees and participants at all times.
  • No food or water will be allowed to be brought inside of the skate park.
  • The entrance to the skatepark will have signs and reminders with general safe use guidelines:

            ~ If you don’t feel well, stay home and do not use the skatepark

            ~ Wash your hands with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds prior to and immediately after using the skate park

            ~ Maintain a minimum of 6 feet physical distance from other skaters at all times

            ~ Do not gather in groups or loiter inside or outside the park

  • Hand sanitizer will be located at the entrance of the park for the staff and participants to use upon entry and exit of the park.
  • No more than 25 skaters inside the park at any time.
  • Staff will be stationed inside the entrance the entire shift to ensure proper social distancing and monitor the amount of participants.
  • Limited hours of operation.
    • 10:00 AM – 2:30 PM Saturday & Sunday
    • 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM Monday – Sunday

Clovis Batting Cages

Reopening Rules and Guidelines

  • Recreation Staff will be encouraged to wear a mask and gloves at all times. Staff will maintain a minimum six foot distance from other employees and participants at all times.
  • No food will be sold at the batting cages.
  • No food or water will be allowed to be brought inside of the batting cages.
  • Hand sanitizer will be located at the entrance to the batting cages and to the left and right side of the main entrance.
  • Signs and reminders with general safe use guidelines will be posted throughout the cages:
  • If you don’t feel well, stay home and do not use the batting cages

            ~ Wash your hands with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds prior to and immediately after using the batting cages

            ~ Maintain a minimum of 6 feet physical distance from batting cage users at all times

            ~ Do not gather in groups or loiter inside or outside the cages

  • Prior to opening to the public all touchable surfaces will be sanitized; for example doorknobs, token machines, tokens,   counters and windows.
  • There will be one way in and one way out of the facility. The main entrance will be used as entrance only and the side gates on the east and west sides will become exit only.
  • Limit the cages to 16 total participants and no more than 1 adult per participant.
    • No more than 2 at each cage, 1 person hitting and one waiting.     
    • An X waiting spot will be placed in the middle of the cage to allow for social distancing.
    • All spectators will need to wait along the south wall or in the covered arbors to the east and west of the office maintaining a minimum of six feet of physical distance from one another.
  • The public must provide bats and helmet. Staff will not be loaning bats or helmets to the public. All participants must bring their own equipment.
  • Recreation staff will clean the door knobs, coin boxes, and other touch points every hour.
  • Limit the number of tokens per visit to 5 at time when there is a line.
  • One staff person will be stationed at the entrance to review rules and determine which cage is available. If there isn’t an open cage the group will need to wait for one to become available.

Hours

Monday – Friday     4:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Saturday – Sunday 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Services

The City of Clovis Recreation Section is responsible for operating the City of Clovis Batting Cages, Clovis Rotary Skatepark, Adult slow-pitch softball at Clovis Rotary Park and the Clovis Recreation Center.

If you would like information about the City of Clovis Batting cages, Clovis Rotary Skatepark, or the current youth or adult programs please click on the links located at the side of this page.

The Recreation section is glad to announce that we have a new vendor for our online payments.   We have been using Teamsideline for our online schedules for quite some time now.  You will now notice at the top of our teamsideline page a Register Here tab, that is the link to the online payments section.  It will require you to create an account, once you have done that you are all set to make your payments. If you wish to walk in a registration you can do so at the Clovis Recreation Center (3495 Clovis Ave.).

If you have any questions about upcoming programs or any ideas about future programs please give us a call, 559-324-2780.

Recreation Registration

Registration for classes will be held at the Clovis Recreation Center, 3495 Clovis Ave. (east side of Clovis Ave between Ashlan and Dakota).

Online registration is now available here!

  • Registration with payment can also be mailed to the City of Clovis Recreation Center at 3495 Clovis Ave.,Clovis, CA 93612
  • Make all checks payable to City of Clovis
  • For refund information please see the refund policy (located on this page).
  • All programs have a limited enrollment, so please register early. If a class or activity is canceled, the registrant will be notified and a full refund will be issued
  • The City of Clovis does not provide medical insurance. Individual participants should have their own insurance.
  • Please attend the program’s parent or captain meetings. This is when the participants will receive their schedule
  • No confirmation will be sent, participants should attend the first scheduled program meeting
  • For refund request on special events and trips the participant must notify the Recreation office no later than two days before the trip or the request will not be considered

Refund Policy

Participants have until the end of the first class session to request a full cash refund from City of Clovis Recreation programs. If a participant must discontinue a program after the first day of instruction there will be no refund.

If any program is canceled or the participant cannot attend any classes of a program that they preregistered for, a full cash refund will be sent two weeks after the City of Clovis Recreation is notified. Participants have until the date of the last class to request a refund, after the last class date no refunds will be issued.

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