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May 2020
Cordova Community Pool Replacement Project Updates!

The Cordova Community Pool Replacement Project is coming along swimmingly! Learn more in this video about the pool's history, two-pool construction progress and how we've adjusted our project operations due to COVID-19. The District’s goal is to open the pool facility in the summer of 2021.
Here's what's happening in your community:
Come play Cordova Golf Course! We have implemented social distancing measures to keep our guests and staff safe. Read the Guest Guidelines before coming out to play. We look forward to seeing you!

Prefer to stay home? Use the Virtual Recreation Center on our website to stay informed and entertained.

While parks remain open for you and your immediate family to enjoy time outdoors, some park amenities are still closed until further notice . Pick-up games, group picnics and other large gatherings are not permitted. We encourage households to enjoy time outdoors, so long as you have not exhibited COVID-19 symptoms and social distancing requirements are met. For more information, see the May 1 official statement from our General Manager.
All in person programs have been cancelled though the month of May, following the most recent federal, state and local social distancing guidelines update.

Be sure to visit our Virtual Recreation Center for fun, educational and entertaining recreation options that you can do at home!
Operational Updates
Apply to be a PMRID Committee Member
Residents of Rancho Cordova are invited to apply for the Park Maintenance and Recreation Improvement District (PMRID) citizen advisory committee. This committee reviews and recommends how your special tax assessment dollars are spent within the Cordova Recreation & Park District. Familiarity with government finance is ideal, but not required. Terms are for 4 years. Applications should be submitted by May 29.

For more information on the Oversight Committee and to complete an application, please visit our website or contact Danielle Jones, Clerk of the Board: or 916-599-4583.
You are important: Make sure you are counted in the Census
The public is strongly encouraged to respond online. (Options for responding by phone or mail are also available.)

Self-Response Period: Now-August 14