Parks and Recreation update on Executive Order 20-99
On Nov. 18, Gov. Tim Walz announced a four-week pause of certain activities beginning Friday, Nov. 20, at 11:59 p.m. to slow the spread of COVID-19. The pause will have the most impact on parks and recreation facilities and programs. Woodbury Parks and Recreation staff will be following up with those who are registered for programs that are scheduled to take place during this four-week pause. The city will continue sending announcements and changes to all current city services, meetings and operations if/when they are deemed necessary. If you'd like to get email notifications, register for InTouch and select the "HealthEast Sports Center" or "Recreation Programs/Events" lists.
View Executive Order 20-99
View the HealthEast Sports Center COVID-19 guidelines
HealthEast Sports Center Building
HealthEast Sports Center (HSC) is closed through at least Dec. 18, with the exception of the youth program Recess Reimagined that will operate in accordance of Executive Order 20-99, size limits, and COVID-19 precautions.
Open Programs and Athletics
Open walk/run at HSC is paused through Dec. 18. Youth and adult athletics are also paused.
Madison's Place Playground
Madison's Place Playground remains open, however, the city does not have the resources to sanitize the playgrounds and park amenities. The city discourages the public from using park amenities such as playgrounds, benches and picnic tables.
Hours of operation are dependent on the facility's schedule. HSC's normal operating hours are from 6 a.m. until 10 p.m. on weekdays and weekends.