Staff with the City of Dryden have been allowed to reopen more municipal areas and facilities in the community, as Ontario continues to reopen businesses and facilities during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Staff are reminding all community members of physical distancing guidelines, and group sizes of five or less must be maintained in all locations. Anyone with COVID-19 symptoms should not attend any city facilities.

Locations that are now open include:

- Dryden Public Library (curbside service only),
- 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,

Staff are also expecting to reopen City Hall to the public by June 1. Municipal facilitiesthat remain closed until further notice include:

- Dryden Museum,
- 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:
Dryden eases COVID-19 closures