Victor closes public playgrounds to slow spread of virus

TETON VALLEY, Ida. — In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and to slow the spread of the disease, the City of Victor is temporarily closing all city playground equipment including jungle gyms, swing sets, and the like effective immediately.

All other areas of parks and pathways currently remain open to the public. Citizens are encouraged to recreate outdoors, including in open areas of city parks and pathways, while practicing safe social distancing requirements.

“It’s very important for everyone to get out, be active, and breathe fresh air during these stressful times. We’re keeping the free space of our parks and pathways open as a way to encourage outdoor recreation,” said Victor Mayor Will Frohlich.

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