The county’s Recreation department plans to reopen eight community recreation centers for limited, scheduled activities on Monday, March 1, officials announced.
Individuals or households will be able to schedule a time to use the fitness room, gymnasiums, and other rooms without attending a class, as was necessary when the department opened RecFit programs two weeks ago.
“Getting our residents back in our facilities safely is one our highest priorities,” said Recreation Director Robin Riley in a press release. “This next step, in reopening in a safe limited basis, is great for people who are looking for a full workout or a family looking for a class, fun activity, or just to let their kids jump rope or run around and play.”
Residents will need a Fit N Play Pass to make a reservation, which is recommended. A six-month pass is available to those aged 18 years and older for $55. Passes are free for youth, 17 and younger.
The closest center to this area that will reopen is White Oak at 1700 April Lane. It will be open Sunday, Monday and Tuesday from 12:30–7 p.m.
The department will permit playing sports such as badminton or pickleball with one other person; no doubles or team sports are permitted yet.
Graphic from Montgomery County website