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COVID-19 Vaccine General Information

The Washington County Health Department is handling COVID-19 vaccinations. Complete information is available at Information about free COVID-19 testing can be found on this page.

To find vaccine locations in the area, visit Vaccine Finder.

City Facilities and Programming

While the Transit Lobby remains closed, all other city facilities have reopened to the public and in-person meetings have resumed. City residents and businesses are encouraged to engage with City staff and conduct City business through online transactions, email and by telephone.

A complete guide to the Parks and Recreation Reopening Plan, which includes a list of available programs and associated rules and expectations, can be found on the Parks and Recreation website.  All three community centers reopened April 12  with limited programming, reduced capacity, and mandatory pre-registration for activities. Some amenities may not be available during phase 1. A specific reopening plan has been developed for Parks and Recreation Community Centers that includes attendee guidelines and a full schedule of activities. Athletic programming, including weekend athletic events, has also resumed. More information can be found here

The goal of the phased reopening, based on public health guidance, is to safely allow activities to resume while mitigating the risk of new COVID-19 cases. The City will continue to follow guidelines and recommendations provided by Gov. Bill Lee and his economic recovery group as well as the Centers for Disease Control and public health officials. 

Freedom Hall Pool is open only for lap swimming. Lap swim is limited to one person per lane with swimmers able to reserve a maximum of three sessions per week, each for 45 minutes. Lane entry/will be staggered. Restroom access will be limited to one person at a time and no locker room access will be available. Swimmers should come in their bathing suit ready to swim and be prepared to dry off and leave the facility immediately following their scheduled swim session. Screening measures, including temperature checks, will be in place. For more information or to reserve a swim session, please call 423-461-4872.

As a reminder, all parks as well as tennis, pickleball and volleyball courts are open, as is Pine Oaks Golf Course. Guidelines for all facilities will be posted, and adherence is mandatory.

Outdoor pools and splash pads are open.

The Lakeside Concert Series, held at Winged Deer Park on Thursday evenings, will begin in June. The Bert Street Music Series, held at the Memorial Park Community Center’s outdoor amphitheater on Thursday evenings, will begin Aug. 12.

Parks and Recreation is currently accepting pavilion rental reservations. These reservations may be made ONLINE or by calling 423-283-5815.

Registration for the Pavilion at Founders Park is currently open. For more information about Founders Park and King Commons reservations or applications for special events and road closures, please contact Andy Heuiser at or 423-434-6019.