CITY OF DELPHI PARKS TO OPEN MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND -- WITH CHANGES FROM MAY 18, 2020 PRESS RELEASE
From the Office of the Mayor
Following guidance from the State of Indiana Back on Track program, the City of Delphi will begin opening public parks on May 22.
Executive Order 20-28, issued by Governor Holcomb today alters the City’s plans for reopening some amenities in the parks.
All park amenities will be open Friday, May 22 with the exception of the basketball courts at City and Riley Parks and the playgrounds at City and Riley Parks. Playgrounds are tentatively scheduled to open June 14 – subject to future Executive Orders of Governor Holcomb. Basketball courts should reopen when contact sports are once again permitted under the Governor’s Executive Orders.
It is recommended park patrons wear face coverings in public settings, continue to practice social distancing and good hygiene. Beginning May 22 social gatherings of up to 100 people may take place following the CDC social distancing guidelines.
The Riley Park Cabin, Shelter, and Gazebo, the City Park Shelter, the Trailhead Park Shelter, and the Community Center can be rented beginning May 23 by contacted Marilyn McKnight at 765-564-2097.