The Town of Millet will be re-opening three out of their four playgrounds June 1, 2020. Photo by Shaela Dansereau.

The Town of Millet will be re-opening three out of their four playgrounds June 1, 2020. Photo by Shaela Dansereau.

Town of Millet Playgrounds to re-open June 1

The Town of Millet will be re-opening three out of their four playgrounds June 1, 2020.

On Monday June 1, 2020 the Town of Millet will be re-opening three out of their four playgrounds.

Although they are re-opening the Town of Millet has specified some rules that must be adhered to in order to use the playgrounds. If the rules are not followed it will result in their re-closure.

The following rules will apply to the playgrounds:

• Physical distancing restrictions must be followed, with individuals a minimum of two meters/ six feet apart.

• Group sizes must be followed. If the park is busy, come back later.

• Use of the playground will be at your own risk

• It is recommended to clean your and your child’s hands with hand sanitizer at the end of your playground visit before traveling home, and immediately washing your child’s hands with warm soapy water when you arrive home.

The Town of Millet emphasizes that failure to comply with these restrictions will result in playground closures.

The three playgrounds that will be open as of June 1 are Leonard Gray in Moonen Heights, Centennial Park on 52 avenue, and Phillips Park by Midland Park.

“The Millet School playground will remain closed as it requires some maintenance prior to opening,” says a statement on the Town of Millet website.



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