Mayor Caldwell’s Amends City Emergency “Stay At Home Order”

Mayor Kirk Caldwell recently announced that he will be extending the emergency “stay at home” order for Oʻahu until May 31 but city parks will reopen on Saturday (April 25) for limited exercise activities.

Here are some details regarding the reopening of city parks:

  • Oʻahu’s 300 city parks will reopen for exercise on Saturday at 5 a.m.
  • Parks will only be open for running, walking or biking — no group exercises.
  • Team sports and use of playground equipment will not be allowed.
  • All gatherings at parks will continue to be banned.
  • Pools will also continue to be closed, and Hanauma Bay is remaining closed.
  • The City’s five botanical gardens — Hoʻomaluhia Botanical Garden, Foster Botanical Garden, Liliʻuokalani Botanical Garden, Wahiawā Botanical Garden and Koko Crater Botanical Garden — will reopen on May 1.
  • Parking lots of City Parks are open for the purpose of engaging in authorized activities.

This page will be updated as more information is made available.

To view the Mayor’s April 22 Emergency Order, click here

For additional guidelines to the Emergency Stay at Home Order, click here

Source: Hawaiʻi News Now and Office of the Mayor – City and County of Honolulu

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