WCPRD will be updating its COVID-19 Information page based on guidance from the Ky. Governor’s office and in accordance with KHSAA.org.
The team at Warren County Parks & Recreation Department has been working tirelessly to provide families, players and coaches with the resources they need to continue sports leagues in a safe and responsible manner in accordance with the Kentucky Governor’s Order, Center for Disease Control (CDC), Ky. High School Athletic Assn. (KHSAA), W.C. Emergency Mgmt. (WCEM), and the Barren River District Health Dept. (BRDHD).
This page is our primary resource for communicating the relevant information you need to know as a parent, athlete or coach regarding resuming sports leagues during the COVID-19 pandemic.
"We are working diligently to create a safe and responsible play environment, so that our kids can continue to grow as athletes and teammates. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to our office."Chris Kummer, Director, Warren county Parks & Recreation
Warren County Parks and Recreation Department is following guidance from the Kentucky Governor’s Office, NIH, CDC, KHSAA., Barren River District Health Department and Warren County Emergency Management. These policies and restrictions are subject to modification at any time as these agencies continue to modify, alter, and update recommendations and guidance as COVID-19 evolves.
WCPRD recommends following the Governor’s Order and all KHSAA regulations and guidance regarding Covid-19 response. Please review or check the following websites for more info and guidance as these will serve as replacements for the WCPRD Resumption of Play plans that were put into effect in 2020. WCPRD and W.C. Fiscal Court may change, alter, and/or modify any and all County policies including those pertaining to the Covid-19 response.
Please see the following links for current information:
As of 5/14/21 WCPRD is replacing its 2020 Resumption of Play information with recommendations of the CDC, Ky. Dept. of Health, and KHSAA. For more information, please see these links.