Due to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, City of Chino Hills facilities, along with some park amenities, will remain closed to the public through October 4. Extended closures include Chino Hills Community Center, McCoy Equestrian & Recreation Center, Sleepy Hollow Community Center, Mystic Canyon Building, Grand Avenue Park Community Building and staff offices, and the parking lot for Big League Dreams/Fairfield Ranch Park. Also extended through October 4 are the closures of playgrounds, exercise equipment, basketball/volleyball courts, hockey rinks, and gazebos.
Chino Hills Community Park will re-open its gates on Tuesday, September 8 from 7:00 am to 30 minutes after sunset for local, authorized sports leagues. Hours will be extended if authorized leagues have scheduled practices or clinics sessions past sunset. Grand Avenue Park has been operating from 7:00 am to 10:00 pm to accommodate lighted tennis court play. Field lights at GAP will be illuminated if authorized leagues have scheduled soccer practices / clinics past sunset. Games or scrimmages are not allowed at this time according to State Guidance for Youth Sports. Youth Sports Safety Protocols have been established and provided to authorized youth sports leagues, including one team per field, staggered start times, no spectators allowed, physical distancing, and more. Authorized leagues must comply with Youth Sports Safety Protocols provided. Park patrons may use the fields at Chino Hills Community Park and Grand Avenue Park with members of their own household, on a first-come, first-served basis in spaces that are not occupied by authorized league teams. They must also comply with safety protocols noted on park signage. Park staff will monitor field use and compliance with safety protocols.
Currently, street sweeping tickets are suspended and water service disconnections are postponed. City Hall is open, and employees continue to provide City services via telephone, online, and in some cases by appointment. All closures are subject to change and will be modified to align with future actions taken at the State level. For information and updates related to the COVID-19 pandemic, please visit the website page.