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Ormond Beach Observer Thursday, Mar. 19, 2020 3 weeks ago

Ormond Beach closures extended to April 20

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This includes activities at the Environmental Discovery Center, the Casements and the Performing Arts Center.
by: Guest Writer

by: Jenn Elston
Public Information Officer, city of Ormond Beach

To support federal, state, and county efforts to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, encourage social distancing measures, and to strongly encourage that gatherings of 10 or more people not take place within the city to protect the health and safety of our residents, the city of Ormond Beach has extended the date of closures for all city-sponsored athletics and any public or private events/activities at city facilities to April 20, 2020. We will continue to evaluate these closures as the situation evolves.

All recreational facilities, including but not limited to the Environmental Discovery Center, the Casements, Performing Arts Center, Nova Community Center, Sports Complex, South Ormond Neighborhood Center, Senior Center, Ormond Memorial Art Museum, and the MacDonald House will remain closed during this time.

Our city parks remain open. Common spaces such as playgrounds, skate park, ball courts, and picnic areas are operating according to posted hours. To encourage social distancing, we have closed a select number of areas deemed high-traffic: Magic Forest Playground at the Nova Recreational Center along with the adjacent pavilions, all splash pads, and the Limitless Playground at the Ormond Beach Sports Complex.

Information regarding the coronavirus may be obtained at OrmondBeach.org/coronavirus.

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