Cities & towns across Connecticut have slowly begun to reopen their outdoor playgrounds as COVID-19 cases continue to decline. If you’re looking to take your kid(s) to the playground this week, below you’ll find information by town.
Playgrounds at Treadwell and Dickinson Parks opened on Friday 7/3. Play spaces will not be disinfected and visitors needs to wear masks and practice social distancing. Both playgrounds are closed for camp usage M-F from 11AM to 12PM. Non-residents will need stickers. Any questions, call the Parks & Rec office at (203) 426-4340.
Call Danbury Parks & Recreation office at (203) 797-4500. No information available online as of right now.
Meckauer and Parloa Parks reopened on Wednesday 6/24 in Bethel. Both playgrounds are being cleaned each morning and bathrooms will be cleaned throughout the day. Bethel Parks & Rec asks that you use hand sanitizer before and after using the playgrounds, practice social distancing, and stay home if you are not feeling well. Please use the playgrounds at your own risk. You can see the full communication here.
Parks remain closed at this time.
The playgrounds at Wolfe Park & Great Hollow Lake opened on 6/26 for residents only. Monroe Parks & Rec asks that you follow social distancing guidelines. Any questions, please call (203) 452 – 2806.
Please call (860) 355-6050 for more information.
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