[Tweeters] Clarifying King County park and trail closures
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Mon Mar 30 16:00:42 PDT 2020
Below is an excerpt of important info about King County trail and park closures.
(From the King County Parks website <https://kingcountyparks.org/2020/03/25/king-county-parks-coronavirus-update/#enforce> .)
Q: IF I CAN WALK TO A KING COUNTY PARK OR TRAIL, CAN I STILL USE IT?
A: We ask that everyone respect parks closures and refrain from using King County parks, including regional and backcountry trails. We are unable to physically block off all entrances to parks and trails. We appreciate our park users’ efforts to help us reduce the risks of spreading this virus and their patience as we work through this challenging time.
King County also urges visitors to not park illegally on roadways near parks and trails, or block park gates. King County Sheriff’s deputies will be conducting extra patrols to help deter improper parking near locked park gates.
Q: ARE ALL KING COUNTY PARKS CLOSED?
A: Yes. All King County Parks facilities are closed. This includes popular areas such as:
· Off leash dog park at Marymoor
· Duthie Hill Mountain Bike Park
· Campground at Tolt MacDonald Park
Q: DOES THIS CLOSURE INCLUDE TRAILS LIKE THE SNOQUALMIE VALLEY TRAIL AND OTHER REGIONAL TRAILS?
A: Yes. We ask that all residents respect parks closures and refrain from using King County parks and regional trails. We are unable to physically block off all entrances to parks and trails, but are asking for your help in slowing the spread of COVID-19 and saving lives by abiding by these closures.
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