City community centers close following Sacramento County Public Health order to stay home

Due to the Sacramento County Public Health Order “directing all individuals living in the county to stay at their place of residence except for essential activities,” all City of Sacramento community centers will temporarily close to the public effective 5 p.m. Thursday, March 19. The City is currently reassessing how these buildings will best be utilized during the COVID-19 outbreak.

“Youth, Parks, & Community Enrichment is abiding by Sacramento County’s legal order to limit activity to only the most essential needs in our community,” said Mario Lara, Director of Youth, Parks, & Community Enrichment. “We understand the inconvenience this causes people who visit our centers, but we all must join together to do our part to slow the spread of COVID-19.”

The following community centers are affected:

  • Belle Cooledge Community Center
  • Coloma Community Center
  • George Sim Community Center
  • Hagginwood Community Center
  • Hart Senior Center
  • Oak Park Community Center
  • South Natomas Community Center
  • Southside Clubhouse
  • Sam & Bonnie Pannell Community Center