JAMESTOWN — Playground facilities in the City of Jamestown have reopened following a nearly three-month shutdown.
Officials say that Park Department staff will be sanitizing playground equipment daily to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
However, officials say public restrooms at parks will remain closed.
Park playgrounds were closed in March in an attempt to stop the spread of Coronavirus.
City Hall has also reopened and now all offices are accepting permits, applications and payments.
The public is still encouraged to continue to use payment drop boxes and other methods of payment to reduce physical contact.
City officials ask everyone coming into City Hall to where a mask and practice social distancing.