As Loudoun County enters Phase Three of the Forward Virginia reopening plan, the Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services (PRCS) announces plans to reopen the Franklin Park Performing and Visual Arts Center and leisure pools. Adult day centers will remain closed under Phase Three.
Most PRCS facilities opened June 22 under Phase Two, with athletic fields and outdoor pools opening earlier. All PRCS programs are being modified in accordance with Phase Three guidelines, including enhanced cleaning and physical distancing of 10 feet during recreational activities.
What’s Open in Phase Three
“Moving into Phase Three at the start of National Park and Recreation Month in July seems fitting and allows more opportunities for citizens to enjoy our facilities and programs,” stated Steve Torpy, PRCS Director. “We are pleased to see many Loudoun families coming back to modified summer programs and look forward to Daze and Fest summer camps starting July 6. The safety of customers and staff remain our top priority and we will continue to act in accordance with recommended physical distancing and other guidelines,” added Torpy.
Complete details on Phase Three reopening plans can be found on the PRCS Closures and Operating Status page. For more information, email [email protected].
Loudoun County encourages residents to stay informed about COVID-19. Visit loudoun.gov/coronavirus for information about how to protect yourself and your family and to sign up for notifications.