PARKS URGE PUBLIC’S COOPERATION TO REMAIN OPEN DURING COVID-19
Parks across the state of Ohio are requesting the public’s assistance in keeping parks operating safely during a visitor surge due to the COVID-19 public health emergency. As an essential service under Ohio’s stay-at-home order, parks are playing a vital role in supporting the community’s mental and physical health.
For a safe visit, park visitors are urged to:
Think First: Stay home if you are sick or exhibiting symptoms.
Wash Hands: Wash your hands before coming to the park, carry hand sanitizer, and avoid touching picnic tables, railings, benches, and pets.
Keep Your Distance: Maintain 6 feet between yourself and others and give warming before passing on the trail.
Come Prepared: Bring your own drinking water, carry out your trash, and be prepared for restroom closures.
Respect Closures: Playgrounds, exercise stations, shelters, and other amenities are closed for public safety. Also, please bypass busy areas for quieter ones.
Stay Positive and Flexible: The situation is dynamic. Please be patient and flexible as certain closures may be required for your health and safety.
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Due to COVID-19 meetings are now being conducted via Zoom meeting. Anyone wishing to attend the meeting through Zoom may contact the Park Office at 419-447-8091 for the meeting link and password.
The Park District Board of Park Commissioners meets regularly throughout the year and may have additional special meetings as needed. Regular Board Meetings occur on the second Tuesday of each month.
Due to COVID-19, the Park Office is temporarily closed to the public.
We are limiting in-office visitors to essential visits only.
Please call the Park Office at 419-447-8091 to schedule an appointment.