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  • City Parks, Certain Park Facilities, And Beaches Reopening Sept. 10, 2020 - Reopening coincides with Mayor Caldwell's Emergency Order 2020-26

City parks, certain park facilities, and beaches reopening Sept. 10

Reopening coincides with Mayor Caldwell's Emergency Order 2020-26

O‚ÄėAHU -- City parks, botanical gardens, certain park facilities, and beaches will reopen on Thursday, Sept. 10 under their regular hours of operation and for the following limited use as described in Mayor Caldwell's Emergency Order 2020-26:

  1. Individual activities are allowed in these public areas, including: remaining in place, fishing, walking, running, or biking. Access to the ocean, stand-alone comfort stations, and outdoor showers remains available.
  2. Group activities are NOT allowed with any number of people regardless of household.
  3. Community Gardens will reopen to their designated gardeners only.
  4. Park parking lots, bicycle paths, and the Koko Head Tramway will reopen following their regular schedule.
  5. People's Open Markets are expected to resume regular operations soon. An exact reopening date will be announced at a later time. Other commercial activities continue to be suspended in parks.
  6. Other outdoor park facilities remain closed to the public, including: play courts (basketball, tennis, pickleball, volleyball, etc.), pools, playgrounds, exercise equipment, off-leash dog parks, skateparks, archery ranges, and the Koko Head Shooting Complex.
  7. Indoor park facilities remain closed (for example gymnasiums and recreation rooms)
  8. City campgrounds remain closed for permitted camping until further notice.

These stipulations are in effect from Thursday, Sept. 10 through Wednesday, Sept. 23 or until this order is extended, rescinded, superseded, or amended by a subsequent order.

The State Department of Land and Natural Resources is expected to announce how this new order impacts the State parks, trails, and their park facilities.

Accommodations are available upon request concerning this announcement for persons with disabilities. Please call (808) 768-3003 or send an email to parks@honolulu.gov for further information. Mahalo and stay healthy.

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