County and Stockton park closures


Susan Schneider
 

According to a Record article today, San Joaquin County and Stockton have closed their parks because of the coronavirus crisis.  However, some access is still allowed:  "Community members can pass through parks while walking, biking or running, but gatherings of groups and organized activities are not permitted."  Social distancing must be practiced.

Stay safe, everyone,
Susan

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Susan M. Schneider
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“The impact of human-induced warming is worse than previously feared, and only drastic coordinated action will keep the damage short of catastrophe.”
- Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, October 2018 report (authored by 91 scientists from 40 countries, based on over 6,000 scientific references)
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Pat Croft
 

Most Lodi parks are still open including Lodi Lake.  Dave

On Mar 26, 2020, at 7:55 AM, Susan Schneider <susanschneider7@...> wrote:

According to a Record article today, San Joaquin County and Stockton have closed their parks because of the coronavirus crisis.  However, some access is still allowed:  "Community members can pass through parks while walking, biking or running, but gatherings of groups and organized activities are not permitted."  Social distancing must be practiced.

Stay safe, everyone,
Susan

--
Susan M. Schneider
Climate activist and award-winning author of The Science of Consequences
http://www.scienceofconsequences.com

“The impact of human-induced warming is worse than previously feared, and only drastic coordinated action will keep the damage short of catastrophe.”
- Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, October 2018 report (authored by 91 scientists from 40 countries, based on over 6,000 scientific references)
It's not too late.


John Harris
 

I know this is out of San Joaquin County, but perhaps close enough to be worth reporting. Woodward Reservoir in Stanislaus Co. is closed and barricaded. The Stanislaus River parks are still open, though. Knights Ferry has the potential for being too crowded on a weekend, but during the week seems to be fine.
John Harris
Oakdale


On Thu, Mar 26, 2020 at 8:18 AM Pat Croft <patndavid@...> wrote:
Most Lodi parks are still open including Lodi Lake.  Dave

On Mar 26, 2020, at 7:55 AM, Susan Schneider <susanschneider7@...> wrote:

According to a Record article today, San Joaquin County and Stockton have closed their parks because of the coronavirus crisis.  However, some access is still allowed:  "Community members can pass through parks while walking, biking or running, but gatherings of groups and organized activities are not permitted."  Social distancing must be practiced.

Stay safe, everyone,
Susan

--
Susan M. Schneider
Climate activist and award-winning author of The Science of Consequences
http://www.scienceofconsequences.com

“The impact of human-induced warming is worse than previously feared, and only drastic coordinated action will keep the damage short of catastrophe.”
- Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, October 2018 report (authored by 91 scientists from 40 countries, based on over 6,000 scientific references)
It's not too late.


Ralph
 

I went to Knights Ferry Saturday and it was VERY crowded. I went to Mavis Stouffer Park in Ripon Tuesday and it was open and much less crowded than Knights Ferry, there were only a few people there that day. I didn't find anything out of the ordinary at Mavis Stouffer, though.

And as always,
Happy birding, stay safe, stay sane and may the light be with you,
Ralph Baker, Riverbank