State Parks to Re-Open May 2nd

Hamilton will also open township parks

Governor Phil Murphy today announced that he will sign an executive order to re-open all New Jersey State Parks on Saturday, May 2, 2020.

The order also allow for Counties throughout New Jersey to open their parks to the public as well as golf courses to re-open.

Murphy stressed that social distancing will continue to be mandated.

All State of NJ parks were order closed on April 7th due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Hamilton Township will also re-open parks with limitations to certain areas that will still remain closed such as playgrounds and other areas that would not allow for social distancing.

Hamilton Mayor Jeff Martin issued the following statement via his facebook page.

“In coordination with the Governor’s decision to reopen all State and County parks, Mayor Martin has announced that all Hamilton parks will reopen beginning sunrise, Saturday, May 2nd for ??????? ?????????? ????. All playground equipment, dog parks, tennis courts, skate parks, and other park facilities remain closed.

Please continue to practice CDC guidelines such as maintaining social distancing and wearing cloth masks while in public to help slow the spread of COVID-19. By working together, we will get through this together. You all continue to make me #HamiltonProud!”

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