Other at 112 Prince St, 1

CLOSED Case Closed. Case Noted. Dear Friend,. We'd like to share some important updates for our park users. Tot lots and playgrounds are temporarily closed. Parks remain open at this time. Maintenance and operational functions continue uninterrupted. Although parks remain open for passive recreation (such as walking or jogging), park users are advised to follow "social distancing" guidelines recommended by the Boston Public Health Commission. Remain at least six feet away from other people. Wash hands, utilize hand sanitizer, and cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue or your inner elbow. Limit time in public areas and avoid congregating in groups. Stay home if you feel sick. Please call 617-635-4505 or email parks@boston.gov if you have questions about Parks permits or events. Visit Boston.gov/coronavirus for the latest public health information. Sincerely,. Boston Parks and Recreation Department. - over 1 year ago #101003241447

Please close basketball courts in the city! I live in the north end where there are several basketball courts. Today they were all full of people playing basketball while the rest of us are doing our best to practice physical distancing from each other. The most disturbing was a group of eight 20-something's playing full-contact basketball outside the Nazarro Center. I have friends and colleagues that are on the front lines in hospitals risking their lives and the lives of their families to fight this thing. If people are not going to comply with the states mandate to remain physically distant from eachother please make it as difficult as possible for people to do so and close the basketball courts and enforce the mandate. Thank you.



address: 112 Prince St, 1, Boston

coordinates x,y: 775931.4957247657, 2958684.8006335925

coordinates lat,lng: 42.36592854842764, -71.05683194480004

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Thu Mar 26, 2020 09:46am Closed with status: Case Closed. Case Noted. Dear Friend,. We'd like to share some important updates for our park users. Tot lots and playgrounds are temporarily closed. Parks remain open at this time. Maintenance and operational functions continue uninterrupted. Although parks remain open for passive recreation (such as walking or jogging), park users are advised to follow "social distancing" guidelines recommended by the Boston Public Health Commission. Remain at least six feet away from other people. Wash hands, utilize hand sanitizer, and cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue or your inner elbow. Limit time in public areas and avoid congregating in groups. Stay home if you feel sick. Please call 617-635-4505 or email parks@boston.gov if you have questions about Parks permits or events. Visit Boston.gov/coronavirus for the latest public health information. Sincerely,. Boston Parks and Recreation Department.
Sat Mar 21, 2020 05:48pm Opened
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