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Some city facilities, services reopening


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The City of Roswell has announced the reopening of a few facilities and services that have been closed or limited during the COVID-19 pandemic.

City parks and recreation trails were open as of Friday, according to a press release from the city.

To comply with the current state public health order prohibiting mass gatherings (five or more people), no organized sports or other large events will be allowed. The parks at this time will remain without porta-potties.

Crews will be disinfecting playground equipment at parks at least every three days. Regular maintenance of the parks will resume, but may take a little time to get caught up to usual standards, the press release stated.

The Nancy Lopez Golf Course at Spring River will be open effective today. Per the state public health order, the course will be open only for golfing. Cart and equipment rental, as well as the sale of refreshments to take onto the course, will be available, but there will be no retail product sales or dine-in food service at the pro shop.

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Beginning Tuesday, the offices of Utility Billing, Code Enforcement and Building Inspections/Permits will be open to the public for in-person service, Monday-Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day. Citizens will continue to be able to contact the offices by phone from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.


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