Stand Strong & Stay Active Program

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The Stand Strong & Stay Active program aids local gyms and fitness centers that have been shuttered due to the regulations put in place by the State of California and County of Los Angeles.

Through this program, businesses or individuals who wish to conduct fitness or exercise classes at a City of Lancaster park may do so through park rentals, provided they utilize all mandated social distancing measures. All park facility rental fees would be waived under the program.

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Frequently Asked Questions

I am a local gym owner interested in utilizing this program. What do I do?

Fill out the application and submit the required insurance documentation. City staff will reach out to you to provide approval of your application.

What insurance documents do I need?

Certificate of Liability Insurance and Additional Insured Endorsement are required. More information about the insurance requirements can be found on the application and here.

How many people can be in each exercise class?

Class sizes are limited to ten individuals, including the instructor. Social distancing of 8 feet is required at all times.

Are face coverings required?

Face coverings are mandatory unless in active motion.

Can I bring equipment?

Yes, gym owners and individuals can bring light equipment, such as resistance bands and light weights (15 lbs. max). Stationary bikes, heavy weights, and heavy duty equipment are not permissible. Equipment cannot be shared unless it is disinfected before and after each use and the gym owner or individual is required to provide their own sanitizing supplies.

What parks are available for use through this program?

American Heroes Park, Jane Reynolds Park, Sgt. Steve Owen Memorial Park, and Tierra Bonita Park are available for use. 

For more information, call our Parks, Recreation & Arts Department at (661) 723-6077.

The Stand Strong & Stay Active program will remain in place until fitness businesses are permitted to open their facilities by the State of California and the County of Los Angeles.