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Greeley extending “non-emergency” facility closures, add parks

Greeley extending “non-emergency” facility closures, add parks

The City of Greeley has extended its closures of all non-emergency facilities through April 30th.

Originally set to expire March 30th, the closures are being expanded to include all playgrounds, skate parks, restrooms and drinking fountains in an effort to keep the coronavirus from being spread further.

The extension on closures in Greeley comes as multiple counties surrounding Denver have issued stay-at-home orders starting tomorrow, including Boulder County.

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