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Boulder's recreations operating hour will have some adjustments as the summer ends

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BOULDER, CO – As summer is about to end, and new school year is about to start, Boulder Parks and Recreation Department or BPR will also have some adjustment for the Boulder’s recreation operation hours.

The operating hour will mainly base on the availability of the human resource and financial resource, as well as the external factors such as weather and utilization trends. The operating hours can also be unexpectedly change due to Covid-19 cases.

Boulder Parks and Recreations reminds everyone to keep following the safety recommendation from the city’s health department. Some of the health protocols include using face covering, regularly wash your hands, and practice social distancing. All the staff and participants of BPR youth programs must wear face covering in indoor areas.

One of the recreation place in Boulder that will have some adjustment is the Boulder Reservoir. The BPR announced that the Driftwind restaurant and the swim area will have some changes of operating hours starting from Monday, August 23, but the swim area will still be open on Labor Day.

The other recreation spot that will have some adjustment is the North Boulder Recreation Center. Due to its regular maintenance, the place will be closed from August 14 to August 22, including the restroom facilities. There will be no recreations classes, but the visitors can still enjoy the outdoor tennis lesson.

On the other hand, Flatirons Golf Courses will be closed on August 25 due to special tournament by Boulder Disc Golf. The course must be aerified before the tournament start. In regard to the first and last tee times, the facility will adjust it based on the weather, and the time of sunrise and sunset.

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