City of Thunder Bay prepares to re-open outdoor facilities
The City of Thunder Bay is preparing to re-open some outdoor amenities, but is reminding people to continue to observe physical distancing guidelines while using them.
The city said parks staff are inspecting the parks with those amenities, and the sites will re-open after the inspections are complete. That's expected to take several days.
Anyone using the amenities is reminded to maintain at least two metres away from anyone else, and avoid any gatherings of more than five people.
Some city facilities will remain closed, including outdoor playgrounds, fitness equipment, public swimming pools, and splash pads.
Those are expected to be available in later stages of the Ontario government's provincial re-opening process.