Focus on Visitor Safety In Your Parks

Focus on Visitor Safety In Your Parks

Focus on Visitor Safety In Your Parks

As your visitors continue to view local parks as safe spaces to relax, exercise, or gather with loved ones, it is important to focus on safety provide regular reminders of your current policies.

  1. Maintaining a 6’ social distance from others is still one of easiest ways to slow the spread of COVID-19. Encourage visitors to distance themselves from others by posting bandit signs throughout your park, especially high-traffic areas.  (Insert ECPS5523CV0)
  2. There are a lot of opportunities to spread germs at a park from playground equipment, to park benches, picnic tables, and dog parks. Encourage your visitors to practice good hygiene, especially regular handwashing to help slow the spread of COVI-19. (Insert E856) Hang the “Preventative Measures” sign near public restrooms, and in high-touch areas such as playgrounds or dog parks as an effective reminder.
  3. Provide some additional light and security for those visiting the park after dark. (Insert RSOL) These clip-on LED solar lights easily attach to any sign and provide additional visibility. Add them to every signs throughout your park and never worry about remembering to turn them off or on.
  4. Spread the message for visitors to pick up after their pets and help keep their park clean and attractive. Pet waste signs are a highly visible way to share that message while also reminding visitors to maintain a safe social distance from others. The “COVID-19 Dog Regulations” sign is the perfect reminder and is printed on both sides for maximum exposure. (Insert ECPS5526CV)
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