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Falls City parks to reopen
05/28/2020

(KLZA)--City parks and ball fields will open to the public in Falls City on Monday, June 1.

Falls City Mayor Shawna Bindle says it will be important for those using the parks to take precautions to stay safe from the coronavirus. 

The City will not be disinfecting playground equipment.  You are encouraged to use hand sanitizer when you use the park equipment.

Restrooms at all city owned parks will remain closed except during scheduled ball games.

The possibility of opening the Falls City Aquatic park for the 2020 season will be discussed during the City Council meeting on June 1.  

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