Tuesday, April 21, 2020

CoViD-19: Path Forward | San Diego Neighborhood Parks To Reopen (Kinda) | Financial Webinars

Tecolote Canyon (3.18.2020) Will Reopen, But Technically Only If You're In Walking Distance 
There really wasn't a lot of new news today, except that the mayor is going to start opening neighborhood parks. I've been kinda missing my spark the past couple days. When the news deluge was coming in, it was at least something to focus on. Now we've let the covidiots take control of the narrative once again and everyone is starting to slack and this thing isn't gonna go away if we're hasty. I finished reading my book (Ask Again, Yes) and it had some very dark moments, so it really just bummed me out. I need to find some fiction that's a little more uplifting. I guess I was bummed, too, because I read that Mark Zuckerberg canceled all internal Facebook events over 50 people until summer of 2021. I don't think the guy is a genius, but I do think his wealth and power gives him insight and information the rest of us aren't privy to, and I just really miss the Casbah and Soda Bar and Zoo and Safari Park and can't think of waiting that long for things to recalibrate. I'll focus for now on getting sleep, getting some fresh air on Tuesday, and cheering the f up. Things could be so much worse.

Today's links after the jump.

#COVID19 Update: This afternoon Mayor Faulconer announced the City will be reopening some neighborhood and community parks for passive individual use only.
  • Parks will be open to the public for the purposes of walking, jogging or hiking. Gathering or congregating in any City park remains prohibited until further notice.
  • The public should only visit parks located in their neighborhoods that are easy to walk to and should not be driving to parks. Parking lots will continue to remain closed at City parks until further notice.
  • Sports fields (basketball courts, baseball fields, tennis courts etc.) will remain closed. Gathering in parks to play organized team sports remains prohibited.
  • Open trails within open space parks will be available for public use with the exception of Cowles Mountain and Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve Trail which will remain closed.
  • Comfort stations at local parks will be open and available for public use.
  • Most park amenities, including parking lots, recreation centers, swimming pools, school district joint use areas, dog off-leash areas, bicycle pump tracks, skate parks, visitor centers, nature centers, campgrounds, etc. will remain closed until further notice.
  • Patrons visiting City parks must continue to maintain Federal, State and Local social distancing guidelines (maintain a distance from non-family members of at least six feet).
  • Patrons are strongly encouraged to wear facial coverings while visiting City parks to help reduce potential spread of the COVID-19 virus.
  • Balboa Park Central Mesa and all museums will remain closed, while portions of Morley Field and passive sections of the East and West Mesa will be open.
  • Mission Bay Park will remain closed.
  • Beaches and boardwalks will remain closed.
  • City-operated Golf courses (Balboa Park, Mission Bay and Torrey Pines) will remain closed.
While this is encouraging news, we must remain vigilant and continue to do all we can to help contain the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Please maintain social distancing and wear a facial covering when out in public. Thank you in advance for continuing to keep yourself and your neighbors safe during this pandemic.
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