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COVID-19 Update: All Palm Beach County Parks and Facilities Closed

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COVID-19 Update: All Palm Beach County Parks and Facilities Closed

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3/25/20
Effective Wednesday, March 25, 2020 at 4:00 P.M., all Palm Beach County Parks (including all of their amenities) and Facilities are closed to the public until further notice. This includes all County-operated Regional Parks and Golf Courses that were previously open. Click here to view the PBC emergency order on this (see PBC Directing Stay Home Stay Safe Safer at Home Policy Amendment).

County-operated Campgrounds will remain open to campers currently staying at the location to allow campers to finish their reservation, but campgrounds will not accept new reservations until further notice.

3/22/20
Effective immediately, all boat ramps and marinas will be closed to all recreational boating activities to include boat launching, in/out storage activities, and boat rentals in Palm Beach County until further notice.

Licensed commercial fishermen who provide food for restaurants and markets, commercial marine operations, and support services are permitted to operate. Marina supply, fueling and service activities necessary to support commercial fishing and commercial marine operations may continue to operate. 

Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office and other law enforcement agencies will be enforcing the closures and monitoring waterways. For boat questions outside of PBC parks, please call the PBC Information Line at 561-712-6400 (open daily 8 am - 6 pm). Click here to view the PBC emergency order on this (see emergency order number 1).

3/20/20
Effective immediately, all County-operated beaches are closed. Click here to view the Governor's executive order on this (see EO 20-70).

3/17/20
All special events and activities involving large gatherings, and all programs in Therapeutic Recreation, Special Olympics and Arts4All are suspended until further notice.


Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation will continue to monitor the status of the COVID-19 in our area and will communicate any changes in the availability of our parks, facilities and services as they are made. Changes will be posted here on our website at www.pbcparks.com, and on our Facebook and Twitter.

For closure questions outside of PBC parks, please call the PBC Information Line at 561-712-6400 (open daily 8 am - 6 pm) or email public@pbcgov.org.

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