Updated: July 13, 2020
The Oklahoma City Dodgers are entirely committed to creating a safe environment to enjoy exciting, family-friendly entertainment at an affordable price.
The Dodgers are leaning on guidance from the national, state and local agencies to ensure the safest possible environment. We strive to go above and beyond any minimum measures required of us to operate our facility. Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark plays a huge role in the Oklahoma City community and we are excited to be part of the move toward normalcy.
• The Dodgers will ensure a rhythm of cleaning and sanitize above a regular schedule. This includes the cleaning of all flat surfaces, including but not limited to concessions counters, drink rails, door handles, and restroom sinks and counters.
• Increased hand sanitizer stations on all levels of the ballpark, including both public areas and employee offices.
• The Dodgers are creating a seating manifest to ensure that each party is seated a minimum of six feet from the next party. Seating manifests may vary depending on the event being hosted at the ballpark. To view the seating manifest for Night of Hope, please click here.
• Every other row in the seating bowl will remain vacant.
• Guests are strongly encouraged to wear protective masks to protect themselves and others.
• Fans will be required to stand six feet from other guests not in their party. This includes concessions lines, restrooms and all common areas of the ballpark.
• If guests are not feeling well, they are asked to not attend a game or event at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark.
• Signage encouraging social distancing and other health practices will be posted throughout Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark. The Dodgers will also remind fans to follow posted policies and procedures via public address announcement and via video board messaging.
• All Dodgers staff - full-time and part-time employees, contract workers, vendors, etc. - will have their temperature taken upon arrival to the ballpark.
• Dodgers staff will be required to wear a face mask in any common area, incluing both employee-only spaces and public-facing venues.
• Depending on regular duties, many staff members will be required to wear protective gloves in accordance with the most recent guidelines from health authorities.
• Any staff member that is not feeling well will not be allowed entry into the ballpark.