It's not going to be a full-on "game on", but the City of Toronto is moving to reopen more park amenities in the city.
Under Phase One Reopening guidance, park playgrounds, picnic shelters/structures, basketball courts and any day-use areas prone to attracting crowds are closed.
Only individual use is permitted at some park amenities.
Parks are open, but all users must follow physical distancing requirements.
However, Lake Shore Boulevard's eastbound lanes between Coxwell Avenue and Kew Beach Avenue near those parks will be closed this May 23 weekend as part of the city's ActiveTO road closures to allow more space for physical distancing.
While some facilities are reopening, others will stay closed. Only members of the same household can play any kind of team sports together right now.
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Work to reopen tennis courts and pickleball courts is ongoing, and it's hoped they will re-open before the end of the week.
The city will also not be providing permits for scheduled and organized use of its outdoor recreational facilities at the current time.
Two of the city-owned golf courses, Fanshawe Golf Course and Thames Valley Golf Course, opened to the public last weekend.
"This is great news for all Toronto residents who enjoy our parks".
Provincial orders remain in effect prohibiting the use of play structures, swings, slides, splash and spray pads, wading pools and exercise equipment, the release said.
"I'm confident the vast majority of residents will continue to respect physical distancing rules while using these amenities to help us stop the spread of COVID-19", said Mayor John Tory.