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Five Rivers MetroParks Response to COVID-19

Five Rivers MetroParks Response to COVID-19
3/14/2020

MetroParks is closing some indoor public facilities and canceling all events and programs from March 13 until at least April 30.

Five Rivers MetroParks Response to COVID-19

Following directives from Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, the Ohio Department of Public Health, Montgomery County Health Department and the CDC to slow the spread of the virus by limiting large public gatherings, MetroParks is closing indoor public facilities and canceling all events and programs from March 13 until at least April 30. Please see metroparks.org/COVID-19 for detailed information.

Five Rivers MetroParks outdoor locations will remain open. Restrooms are closed and garbage receptacles have been removed. Please plan ahead to take your waste with you when you leave a park. Staff are taking the necessary precautions to help prevent the spread of this virus, including the implementation of enhanced cleaning protocols in the parks and public spaces. MetroParks recommends all guests take preventative action when visiting the park system, such as self-monitoring and practicing social distancing.

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