CRPD COVID-19 Updates & Closure Information

The Conejo Recreation & Park District considers the health and safety of our patrons a top priority and will be posting regular updates regarding our facilities and programs.  For program and event status, please continue to monitor this page for updated information. If you have any questions please call or email your local community center, phone numbers and email addresses are provided below.

Let's all work together to keep our community safe and healthy! If you're looking for ways to keep busy and have fun, please visit our Virtual Recreation Center!

Important links:

CRPD COVID-19 Prevention Plan (PDF)
CDC
Ventura County
VC Emergency
State of California
State of California -
Department of Aging
Gathering Guidance - CDPH
Governor Newsom's Executive Order (PDF)

CRPD Updates:

Parks & Facilities Update: What's Open 10/23/20 (PDF)

                                            What's Open 10/2/20 (PDF)
                                           
What's Open 8/7/20 (PDF)
                                            What's Open 7/17/20 (PDF)
                                            What's Open 7/13/20 (PDF)
                                            What's Open 6/19/20 (PDF)
                                            What's Open 6/12/20 (PDF)
                                            What's Open 5/29/20 (PDF)
                                            What's Open 5/15/20 (PDF)
                                            What's Open 5/8/20 (PDF)              
                                            What's Open 5/1/20 (PDF)

Updated on 4/29

The Conejo Valley Botanic Garden is open during the week but is temporarily closed on weekends. Please comply with social distancing and wearing masks.

Updated on 4/22

As of today, the following amenities are open:

  • Tennis courts
  • Disc golf
  • COSCA open space trails are open weekdays only.  Parking lots are closed.  Trails are closed Friday at 5:00 PM – Monday at 6:00 AM.

On April 20, 2020 Ventura County’s Stay-Well-at-Home Order allows people to now “engage in outdoor activity, provided the persons comply with ‘Social Distancing Requirements’, such as, by way of example, golfing, tennis, pickleball, walking, hiking, running, bicycling, pleasure driving and working around their places of residence, including gardening.”

As a reminder:

  • Do not come to the park if you’re feeling sick.
  • Practice good hygiene (frequent hand-washing and sanitizers)
  • Please maintain 6’ of physical separation between people outside your household.
  • Please do not gather with others. 
  • Exercise and play, just don’t hang-out afterwards and chat.

If we all get outside and stay apart, then we can keep our parks and trails open. Thank you!

Updated on 4/20

As of today, the following amenities are open:

  • Conejo Creek Dog Park - please remember to bring water for yourself and your four-legged friend!
  • Off-Leash Areas at Estella, Kimber, and Walnut Grove Parks
  • Pickleball Courts
  • Sand Volleyball Courts

Updated on 4/16

  • Ventura County's Stay Well at Home Order has been extended to May 15, 2020.
  • The Memorial Day concert on Monday, May 25 at Conejo Community Park has been cancelled.

Updated on 4/10

  • Due to the updated health order, ALL non-essential gatherings of 2 or more people outside a household unit are prohibited.
  • Conejo Recreation and Park District parks remain open for individuals (and households) to get some fresh air and exercise in a local park.
  • All other park amenities and open space trails remain closed.  This now includes disc golf courses.
  • Due to the traditionally high volume of park users on Easter Sunday, Conejo Creek North Park parking lots will be closed on Sunday 4/12/2020.  This includes the parking lots for the Teen Center, Goebel Adult Center and TO Library.  The park remains open for pedestrian use.
  • Please see www.vcemergency.com to read the updated “Stay Well at Home Order” from Ventura County Public Health.

Updated on 4/2

As of today, the following amenities are closed:

  • Conejo Creek Dog Park
  • Off-Leash Areas at Estella, Kimber, and Walnut Grove Parks
  • Volleyball Courts

Updated on 4/1

As of tonight, the following amenities will be closed within our parks:

  • Borchard Skatepark
  • Tennis Courts
  • Pickleball Courts
  • Basketball Courts
  • Pump Track/Bike Park and Beginners Bike Pump Track at Sapwi Neighborhood Park

Updated on 3/30

  • In response to the changing circumstances re: COVID-19, the Conejo Valley Botanic Garden will be closed until further notice.
  • As a reminder, all classes and field & picnic rentals have been cancelled through May 3.
  • Reminder: Trails and playgrounds are also closed until further notice.

Updated on 3/28

  • As of Friday, March 27, all Conejo Open Space Conservation Agency (COSCA) trails are closed until further notice. The closure follows events in Los Angeles County that have led to the closure of nearly all open space areas in that County and the added pressure these will add to local trails.

Updated on 3/25

Updated on 3/21

  • Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin's office is hosting a blood drive on Tuesday, March 24 at the Thousand Oaks Teen Center. There is a severe blood shortage as a result of #COVIDー19 and we are asking those in the community who are able, to please donate blood. All social distancing guidelines will be followed and donations will be by appointment only. Visit redcrossblood.org and enter sponsor code “toteen” (all lower case) to make an appointment. For questions or more information, please call her office at: 805-482-1904.

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Updated on 3/20

  • Hillcrest Center Administrative Offices are now closed to the general public.
  • Most Spring Classes have been cancelled. CRPD staff will be processing refunds for all cancelled classes next week; customers should watch their email accounts for the refund receipts.
  • Adult Sports Leagues are postponed; the CRPD Sports Staff will be contacting teams with more information.
  • Spring Preschool/Prekindergarten Programs are being evaluated and parents will be contacted with details once confirmed.

Updated on 3/18 at 1:30pm

  • Ventura County Public Health Order (PDF)
  • The Ventura County Area Agency on Aging (VCAAA) posts updates regularly about service changes at www.vcaaa.org.  You can also receive information about senior and other services by calling 805-477-7300, emailing LOIS.VCAAA@ventura.org or by entering information at www.referweb.net/vcaaa.

  • Residents age 60 and over who may need emotional support can call the Senior Support Line 1-800-235-9980.  They are open from 8:00am to 5:00pm  Clinically trained interns and volunteers staff the Senior Support Line. 

  • While the library’s physical buildings are closed, our virtual library is open 24/7.  Librarians are waiting for your call to help you navigate through the process of getting an e-book, e-magazine, e-newspapers, games, audiobooks, educational classes, and so much more. 805-449-2660.

Updated on 3/17 at 12:30pm

  • Senior Nutrition will re-open beginning tomorrow, March 18 from 11:30am-1:30pm (extended hours) Monday through Friday. Take-Out and Drive-Thru options will be available. This is a program for age 60+ year-olds. Registration is available on-site for those not currently in the program. 
  • We will have porta-potties and wash stations at the following locations by the end of the day: Conejo Creek North & South Parks, Rancho Conejo Playfield, Parque De La Paz, Waverly Park, Borchard Center, Conejo Center, Dos Vientos Center, Thousand Oaks Center, and Old Meadows.

Updated on 3/16 at 2:00pm

  • Park restrooms are closed until further notice due to public health concerns, theft, vandalism, and scarcity of supplies. 
  • All field and picnic reservations are cancelled for the next 15 days (March 31) per government recommendations. 

Updated on 3/13 at 12:30pm 

  • Conejo Creek North Park will be CLOSED on Sunday, March 29.
  • The Flashlight Egg Hunt on April 3 is CANCELLED.
  • Outdoor Rentals are currently ALLOWED, as long as the CDPH's gathering guidelines are followed.
  • We are currently taking registration for Spring classes and Summer Day Camps.
  • Due to COVID-19 concerns, Winter programs have been cancelled. Refunds will be pro-rated. If you have any questions, please call the Community Center or Special Unit directly. See Facility Email and Phone Numbers below.

Updated on 3/12 at 7:00pm
CRPD COVID-19 Updates & Closure Information (PDF)

CRPD Facility Email and Phone Numbers (PDF)