Goodlettsville Parks and Recreation Update on Closures and Current Park Status
Goodlettsville, TN – In an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, and out of an abundance of caution and safety for our patrons, Goodlettsville Parks and Recreation has deemed it necessary to close several facilities and all playgrounds within the City of Goodlettsville. The following areas within the parks are closed:
- Peay Park Playground
- Restrooms inside Peay Park
- Delmas Long Community Center
- Moss-Wright Park Playground
- Moss-Wright Park Fitness Center
- Restrooms at Moss-Wright Park with the exception of the restrooms at Field 1 and across from the football fields
- Pleasant Green Park Playground
- Restrooms inside Pleasant Green Park
- Gateway Park Playground
Our parks and trails will remain open, but park users are urged to use proper social distancing techniques as laid out by the CDC.
“Through all of this, we have seen a drastic increase in the use of our parks, which is what we love to see, but we want to be sure our patrons are following the suggested guidelines to ensure their safety and reduce spread of the virus. So, keep walking on the trails, playing frisbee in the greenspace, or hanging hammocks in the trees, but please do it with respect for those around you and in compliance with public health guidelines.” –Sarah Jennings, Interim Director of Parks and Recreation
The City of Goodlettsville understands the importance of offering our residents viable recreational opportunities within our parks and we will continue to monitor the evolving risk of COVID-19 to ensure we are doing our part to help flatten the curve. To find out more on park closures and cancellations, visit us online at www.goodlettsville.gov.
Stay the course and stay calm, because we are Goodlettsville and we will overcome.