PARK OPERATIONS UPDATE: APRIL 28, 2020
We continue to monitor the changing developments around COVID-19 and the Governor's Orders. Social distancing practices are working.
Our parks can now be opened
with the following safeguards to let residents enjoy outdoor activities and the weather:
WHAT OUTDOOR SERVICES WILL BE AVAILABLE
- Parks and athletic fields for personal and family recreational use (not teams or groups); i.e. biking, running, walking
- Community Dog Park
- The playgrounds, equipment and tennis courts are still closed
PLEASE REMEMBER TO USE THE FOLLOWING GUIDELINES WHILE ENJOYING OUTDOOR SPACES
- Maintain at least 6 feet from people outside your household and follow CDC Guidelines.
- Do not engage in sports and activities that require physical or shared contact.
- Share the trails and warn other trail users of your presence as you pass.
- Public gatherings of any number of people are prohibited.
- Do not use parks or trails if you are exhibiting symptoms.
- Plan ahead as there is no access to public restrooms or water fountains.
- Suggest you carry masks for use if you encounter others in close proximity.
- Suggest you carry gloves for access to gated entrances.
- Follow CDC Guidelines on personal hygiene prior to visiting parks or trails.
- Remember that the virus can stay on surfaces for up to several days and outdoor amenities, gated entrances, etc. are not disinfected by staff.
THE COMMUNITY CENTER
The Community Center is still closed to the public, but there are some services operating until the Executive Order is lifted:
for essential medical trips. Call
to schedule an appointment.
: this program, in collaboration with Wayne County, is still operating and providing supplies for those registered. Call
to arrange for pick-up.
Wellness Check Calls
Staff and volunteers are reaching out to those in our community who might need a friendly call or check in. If you would like to sign yourself or a loved one up to receive some phone support, please contact
We will continue to work together until life "returns to normal”.
Bob Nix (Supervisor) and Mark Gasche (Parks Director)