Parks & Recreation Department is reopening the basketball courts at Bob Noble Park, Robert Coleman Park, and Voor Park on March 1.
Paducah Parks & Recreation is reopening the basketball courts at three city parks. On Monday, March 1, the basketball courts at Bob Noble Park, Robert Coleman Park, and Voor Park will reopen to the public.
Complying with State social distancing guidelines and encouraging the safe use of the courts, Paducah Parks and Recreation is posting signage at each facility. Guidelines include the following:
- There is a limit of 6 people at one time per half court, and a limit of 10 for full court play.
- Bring your own equipment and sanitize your hands after playing.
- Spectators must remain on the court’s perimeter and remain outside the fencing at Noble Park.
- Please stay home if you feel sick.
- Face masks are recommended for those 2 years of age and older.
Bob Noble Park - 2801 Park Avenue – 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. - four lighted courts
Robert Coleman Park - 1100 Walter Jetton Boulevard - 7 a.m. until sunset - one full court
Voor Park - 1203 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive - 7 a.m. until sunset – one half court
Release Date: February 23, 2021