The City of Dryden has reopened a number of municipal locations, effective immediately. The move follows the province of Ontario officially entering the first stage of its Framework for Reopening the Province.

Locations that are now open include:

- The Pedestrian Overpass,
- Dryden Skatepark,
- Milestone Rink (Tennis & Pickle Ball),
- Earl’s Court,
- Duke St. Dock,
- Roy Wilson Suspension Bridge,
- Mosaic art installation in Johnston Park,

However, the following municipal locations will remain closed to the public until further notice:

- City Hall,
- Public Works,
- Recreation Complex,
- Kinsmen Park Splash Pad,
- Plumridge Park Splash Pad,
- All playground equipment in all parks,
- Public washrooms in parks,
- Ball diamonds and associated facilities,
- Soccer field facilities and soccer fieldhouse,
- Sandy Beach Park pavilion,
- Aaron Park,

The city adds that all emergency and essential core services continue to operate.

For more information:
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