Constitution Park will officially reopen Monday, May 11 to citizens of the local area. While Maryland remains under a stay at home order, a slight easing of restrictions was announced, including some outdoor recreation opportunities. The opening is intended to allow individuals and families the opportunity to engage in outdoor exercise.
• The Park Tennis Courts will reopen – participants should maintain social distancing. Restrooms across the street from the courts will be open for hand washing only.
• Playgrounds will reopen, however, caution should be taken if parents allow children to play on the playground. Please note: Play at your own risk, maintain Social distancing with no more than 10 people at the playground at any given time and restrooms will be open for hand washing only
• Access to the Dog Walk area (Executive Drive) will be open
The Legislative Loop Area (Grove 4) will remain closed due to current renovation projects including restrooms, and new playground equipment installation. Covered Pavilions and Gazebos will also remain closed at this time.
The City of Cumberland thanks you for your cooperation as you enjoy the outdoors.
Any questions regarding the City’s Parks and Recreation Department can be directed to Diane Johnson through email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
View the press release: https://www.cumberlandmd.gov/DocumentCenter/View/2854/Media-Release-582020-Parks-and-Rec