Penticton’s splash pads have reopened to the public starting today.
The City is moving forward into Phase 3 of its gradual restart plan, falling in line with provincial guidelines.
All users are reminded to take precautions while using the splash pads, including washing your hands before and after use and maintaining two-metre physical distancing. Please stay home if you are feeling sick or have a fever.
The City would also like to take this opportunity to thank the Rotary Club of Penticton for its $50,000 donation toward a new splash pad at Skaha Lake Park. The Rotary Club plans to donate a total of $150,000 over three years toward the project, which is tentatively slated to begin construction in 2022.