Updated as of 12 p.m., March 27, 2020:

Sisters Park & Recreation District is taking steps to limit community exposure to COVID-19 in accordance with state officials and public health guidance. District leaders are evaluating if the local situation warrants additional operation impacts beyond the measures in place now. Please check back frequently for updates.

Coffield Center and parks closed: March 17-April 28

Park closures include 242 Bike Park, Hyzer Pines Disc Golf Park, SPRD skate park and playground.

All SPRD programs and classes are cancelled March 17-April 28.

ALL SPRD events cancelled until May 15. This includes Summer Kickoff and Volunteer Fair, Earth Day Community Clean Up and SALI (Sisters Annual Lacrosse Invitational)      

Summer program registration: delayed until further notice

About your registrations:

Credits will be automatically issued to an account for missed/cancelled classes. There is no need for patrons to request credits, which will be placed on your RecTrac account. If you wish to receive a refund, please email us at [email protected]. Refunds will be processed as soon as possible when business office reopens. SALI refunds will be processed as soon as possible given limited staff.

Contact customer service:

Should you need to contact the SPRD, we will be available at:
email: 
[email protected] | phone: (541) 549-2091

Please allow two business days for response due to limited staff.

COVID-19 information resources:

· The Central Oregon Emergency Information Network’s website, www.coemergencyinfo.blogspot.com provides a collective resource for up-to-date information.

·  Our County Public Health experts point to the Oregon Health Authority and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as good sources of information on COVID-19, caused by the novel coronavirus.

·  Daily situation updates are available via email at http://bit.ly/COVID19UPDATES.

The Center for Disease Control recommends the following to best position yourselves during this viral episode:

·  Frequent hand washing and covering coughs and sneezes.

·  Avoiding touching mouth, nose or eyes.

·  Stay home when you feel sick, especially if you are experiencing cold or flu like symptoms.

·  If you feel sick, call ahead to your healthcare provider to discuss whether you need to be seen and follow their advice to avoid public spaces.

·  Follow guidance of local public health officials as they revise best practices for individual health care.