FACILITY GUIDELINES & FAN DECORUM

FACILITY GUIDELINES

  1. No outside food or drink is allowed into any OSA facilities, excluding re-usable water bottles for players participating in the event.  
  2. Only coaches are allowed to bring basketballs into all OSA facilities.
  3. Basketball dribbling is not allowed outside of court areas.
  4. OSA is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
  5. All OSA facilities are smoke free.
  6. No outside vendor booths or sponsors are allowed without consent of Omaha Sports Academy
  7. OSA does not permit any possession of outside alcohol, controlled substance, or tobacco in facility.
  8. OSA Facilities will enforce all parking rules, including no parking in fire lanes, parking over painted lines, parking on sidewalks, parking in grassy areas, etc.

 

OSA PARTICIPANT DECORUM

OSA HAS A ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY and has the right to remove any participant who does not comply with OSA policies and procedures or who is seen as a threat to the safety and integrity of our league and tournaments. Anyone ejected from a game will be required to sit out/not attend the next scheduled game. If participating on more than one team, the ejected party must sit out from each of those team’s next games.

OSA LEAGUE & TOURNAMENT COVID GUIDELINES

If a team member tests positive for Covid-19, they will not be allowed to participate OSA leagues and tournaments for the appropriate amount of time as recommended by the Douglas County Health Department. After this time, the player’s status must be reviewed by the team coach to determine when he can rejoin the team.

Upon consultation with the Douglas County Health Department and the Nebraska Association of Local Health Directors regarding teams with players who test positive for Covid, it has been determined that teams are clear to resume normal team activities for those who have tested negative or have not experienced any symptoms to date.

Although your team’s situation may be considered low risk, players and families are still advised to self monitor for symptoms.  Any participant (player, coach, spectator, etc) who is showing signs and/or symptoms of Covid 19 should not enter any OSA Facilities.

Please review the following resources from medical experts provided by public health experts for those who want to be tested or want more information regarding Covid-19:

DETAILS ON COVID-19 FROM DOUGLAS COUNTY HEALTH

TO BE TESTED FOR COVID-19

21015 Cumberland Drive
Elkhorn, NE 68022
tel: 402-504-1222
fax: 402-504-1720

HOURS:

Monday | 12PM – 10PM

Tuesday | 12PM – 10PM

Wednesday | 12PM – 10PM

Thursday | 12PM – 10PM

Friday | 12PM – 10:30PM

Saturday | 7:15AM – 10:30PM

Sunday | 7:15AM – 10PM