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Help Keep St. Lucie County Parks Safe and Beautiful

Post Date:05/29/2020 7:43 AM

As more facilities begin to reopen, St. Lucie County’s Parks & Recreation staff asks residents to continue to be responsible in keeping parks clean and safe.

St. Lucie County’s Parks & Recreation staff continues to perform additional sanitation at parks, beach accesses and other facilities to limit the spread of COVID-19. However, staff recommends that residents bring their own hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes to use after touching surfaces in public restrooms and on picnic tables.

Additionally, please properly dispose of personal protective equipment such as masks, wipes and gloves. If you are picnicking at a local park, be courteous and take your garbage with you. Disregarded food left in park trash cans can attract wildlife, which tip over the cans and spread trash around the park.

While tennis and pickleball courts have reopened, some athletic opportunities remain closed such as soccer/football/baseball fields and basketball courts. This is to discourage large gatherings.

Facilities such as the Savannas Recreation Area and Campground, Fenn Center and Fairgrounds have resume rental opportunities, but staff has add precautions to reduce the risk of the spread of COVID-19 to protect the public and staff

For more information about St. Lucie County’s Parks & Recreation facilities and parks visit: www.stlucieco.gov/parks.  
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