Per EDHCSD Policy 1140-1150
- Sunrise to Sunset – Except by Permit
- No Loitering – Violators will be prosecuted
- All Dogs Must Be on Leash
- No Amplified Sound
- Drone Use by Permission Only
- Vandalism - No modifying the park or trails without permission
- Do not create new paths or jumps - modifying parks or trails without permission is vandalism
Park Specific Rules
- No Open Containers at all athletic fields and Kalithea Park
- Promontory Synthetic Field – No food or drink or dogs allowed
- Kalithea – No alcohol, no glass, no tethering to trees
Skate Park Rules
- Riders must check in and out with staff
- Max Capacity is set at 15 to ensure social distancing is maintained.
- Riders aged 17 and younger must have a helmet; 18 years and older will need to show ID or have a helmet
- Please leave your skateboard or scooter with staff if you are using the restroom
Community Pool and Splash Pad Rules
Update coming soon...
Dog Park Rules
- No small children – the dog park can be dangerous for small kids.
- Remove your dog's leash, training collar, harness before entering the play yard.
- Create space at the gate for incoming dogs – use your body to back up dogs at the gate so a new dog can enter peacefully.
- Keep moving & keep watch – walk around the park, especially while your dog gets settled, to help keep dogs from overly crowding your dog.
- Carry your leash in case you need it quickly – a leash comes in handy if your dog needs a "time out".
- Interrupt "play" before it becomes a problem – learn what healthy dog play looks like. It should be balanced, with dogs taking turns chasing or wrestling.
- Pick up poop – it spreads disease. Humans and dogs step in it.
- Don't mix small and large dogs – not all large dogs are socialized with small dogs. This can be dangerous for the small dog.
- Leave dog and human food at home – food is an extremely valuable resource to dogs and they may go to great lengths to acquire and defend it.
- Know your dog: not every dog is a dog-park dog – the dog park is usually not fun or safe for un-spayed female dogs in heat, unneutered adult male dogs, senior dogs with pain or mobility issues, puppies younger than 4 months old, dogs that are reactive to humans or other dogs, extremely fearful dogs. The dog park is not the place to socialize un-socialized dogs. Work with a professional if you're unsure about your dog's sociability.