The City of Saint-Lambert is re-opening access to the play modules
Further to the Government’s announcement, the City of Saint-Lambert is pleased to report it will begin gradually re-opening its play modules starting today.
Over the next few days, a team will be removing the warning signs indicating that the parks are closed, as well as the caution tape around the play modules. While these facilities will once again be usable and the City will carry out daily disinfections, it cannot guarantee that there will be no risk of contagion.
The City therefore reminds users of the importance of continuing to follow the measures recommended by the Direction de la Santé publique:
- Maintain social distancing of 2 metres at all times.
- Wash your hands before and after using the play modules.
- Cough or sneeze into your elbow.
- Stay home if you have any symptoms or are in contact with someone who has COVID-19.
“I must remind you that it is essential to be cautious until the current crisis ends. I cannot urge you strongly enough to diligently follow the social distancing and hygiene rules recommended by the Direction de la Santé publique du Québec. Even if we are re-opening some equipment, the threat of contagion remains present, and it is your responsibility, for the sake of your own health and that of others, to use the equipment properly and remain vigilant,” said Mayor Pierre Brodeur.
The City of Saint-Lambert calls on all residents to do their part to ensure that the hygiene and social distancing measures are respected. The City wants to offer families a stimulating, fun summer, while also ensuring their safety.