Posted by: Sandy Steinman | July 4, 2020

Masks Required In East Bay Regional Parks


Thanks to good planning and visitors’ efforts to follow the rules, our parks have remained open and accessible during COVID-19. For many, Regional Parks have been a sanity-saver!
To address recent increases in the state, Governor Newsom has closed State Park beach parking lots, museums, bars and restaurants, but has left closure decisions to the county health departments in the Bay Area. Because July 4th is such an important and needed holiday, most locally-operated coastal beaches will remain open including ALL East Bay Regional Park District shoreline parks.
To keep parks and beaches safely open, everyone needs to do their part. The best way to keep parks safe and slow the spread of COVID-19 is to wear a mask at or around your neck and cover your nose and mouth when around other people. So, when in parks, wear your mask with pride because you are helping protect yourself and others.
Join us in keeping parks safe and accessible by wearing your masks around others.
Robert E. Doyle
General Manager

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