Charley Taylor Recreation Center Health and Safety Policy
The transmission of COVID-19 remains a significant threat to the health and safety of the Grand Prairie community and rates of infection are increasing. The virus can be spread to others by infected persons who have few or no symptoms.
In order to comply with the Executive Order issued by Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins and consistent with Governor Abbott Executive Order GA-26, Charley Taylor Recreation Center will implement the following plan to mitigate the risk of exposure to COVID-19 for customers, visitors, and employees.
REQUIRED: When entering and exiting the facility, interacting with staff and accessing common areas such as lobbies, locker rooms and restrooms
- All persons over the age of ten (10), including employees, customers, visitors, invitees and contractors, who enter Charley Taylor Recreation Center must wear a face covering over their nose and mouth. The face covering may be a homemade mask, scarf, bandana, or handkerchief.
- Face coverings will be available for purchase.
- Do not enter Charley Taylor Recreation Center if you are experiencing any COVID-related symptoms.
- Not required while exercising but is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED to continue wearing a face covering the entire duration of your visit to Charley Taylor Recreation Center.
- Gloves are HIGHLY RECOMMENDED to be worn throughout the facility.
- All individuals entering Charley Taylor Recreation Center must maintain six feet of social distancing from other individuals that are not part of their household.
- Employees should work within six (6) feet of one another, except to the extent necessary to provide services
- All customers and visitors must follow social distancing signs and/or decals on the floor when waiting for service.
Hand Sanitation and Temperature Scanners:
- All individuals must sanitize their hands before entering the facility. Hand sanitizers will be provided at each entrance.
- All individuals entering Charley Taylor Recreation Center are subject to a screening process including temperature check. Temperatures of 100°F or higher is suspicious of possible exposure to the virus and the person cannot enter the
- Grand Prairie Parks, Arts & Recreation reserves the right to refuse service for anyone that will not wear a face covering in required areas and will be asked to leave the premises.