Park Closed

UPDATE: Although the Fields remain off limits for any organized play, we encourage you to use the fields responsibly. Walk, walk your dog, (please poop and scoop), you can even throw a ball with a family member but please continue to practice social distancing. We are continuing to follow the advice of our provincial government and the governing body of Ontario Soccer who has just cancelled all events in June. We are also working closely with the Sunday Night 3 Pitch league in hopes that their season may be salvaged.

If you observe groups larger than 5 or persons not observing physical distancing please call authorities. A representative from the Municipality of Cramahe has advised us there have been complaints registered with their office about gatherings at the fields, and we are working with municipal authorities to comply with current restrictions.

As per the latest information from the Ontario government, all parks and sports facilities are closed indefinitely. We must do our part to stop the spread of covid-19. Stay home. Stay safe

Order issued from the Ontario goverment March 30:

This new order would close all communal or shared, public or private, outdoor recreational amenities everywhere in Ontario, including but not limited to playgrounds, sports fields, basketball and tennis courts, off-leash dog parks, beaches, skateboard and BMX parks, picnic areas, outdoor community gardens, park shelters, outdoor exercise equipment, condo parks and gardens, and other outdoor recreational amenities. Green spaces in parks, trails, ravines and conservation areas that aren’t otherwise closed would remain open for walkthrough access, but individuals must maintain the safe physical distance of at least two metres apart from others. Ontario’s provincial parks and conservation reserves remain closed.

Full article here

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