Revised COVID-19 protocols will align with Governor’s orders
Media: Fianna Dickson, 625.6297 Golf: Please call the course (numbers below)
Wednesday, April 29, 2020 at 11:48 a.m.
SPOKANE – City of Spokane Parks & Recreation golf courses are preparing to re-open on May 5 with revised operations.
“As one of the first industries to re-open, we take seriously the responsibility to provide an environment that aligns with the Governor’s requirements and recommendations for slowing the spread of COVID-19,” said Mark Poirier, PGA, Golf Manager for the City of Spokane. “Our focus remains on supporting the health and well-being of our customers, staff, partners, and the community.”
The City is finalizing COVID-19-specific protocols that alter operations, in alignment with Governor Inslee’s restart plan. These protocols are being developed in partnership with Spokane County golf courses and will follow recommendations from the CDC.
Downriver, The Creek at Qualchan, Indian Canyon, and Esmeralda will post the final policy prior to opening on May 5.
Here are a few operational changes to anticipate:
When we re-open, we ask that participants please not attend golf facilities if you experience symptoms or have been in contact with someone experiencing symptoms; our staff will do the same.
To book tee times, please call the course:
The Creek at Qualchan: 448-9317
Indian Canyon: 747-5353
Protocols may change based on new information or evolving best practices. We will continue to follow the recommendations of local and state public health experts in collaboration with the City of Spokane leadership.
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