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  • Writer's pictureLisa Fagan

COVID-19 UPDATE 5/21/20

PLEASE BE SURE TO WASH YOUR HANDS, WEAR YOUR MASK AND KEEP A DISTANCE OF 6’.

BEACH, BOARDWALK, RECREATION

· Social gatherings are limited to 10 or fewer: family members, romantic partners, care givers only.

· The Wildwood Boardwalk is open for walking, biking and running.

· Tram cars will not be open this weekend. They resume May 26.

· No inside or outdoor dining on the Boardwalk.

· No open containers of alcohol are permitted on the Boardwalk.

· The Wildwood Beach is open; however, you must practice social distancing.

· You may only swim at a Wildwood Beach when lifeguards are on duty. Lifeguards will be on duty 10:00am through 5:30pm Saturday through Monday of Memorial Day weekend at Cresse, Leaming, Rio Grande, Andrews, Baker, Youngs, Spicer, Lincoln, Oak, Maple, Magnolia, and 26th. Each stand will consist of 2 guards: one on the stand the other walking around the stand patrolling the beach and practicing social distance from the other lifeguard.

· Parks are open; playgrounds remain closed.

· Drive-thru and drive-in events are permitted under social distancing guidelines.


HOTEL/MOTEL

· Short term rentals begin May 26 with 60% occupancy through June 21.

· All shared pools are to remain closed. You may uncover and fill them but keep them closed.

· Private backyard pools may open for private use.


ESSENTIAL/NON-ESSENTIAL BUSINESSES

· Essential businesses, on and off the Boardwalk, are open for takeout, curbside pickup and delivery only.

· Non-Essential retail stores are allowed to reopen for curbside pickup.

· Rides, arcades, games, picnic areas and water play equipment remain closed due to executive orders.


MUNICIPAL BUSINESS

· Mercantile licenses are due June 30/late July 1.

· Taxes due June 1.

· Rio Grande Avenue projected to be complete in two weeks, inspections pending.

· Parking meters are on through 10/31/20. Parking permits are available at City Hall.

· City Hall is open weekdays 8:30 -4:30; please wear a mask.

This information is updated regularly at www.wildwoodnj.org


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Maricela Deno
Maricela Deno
24 de mai. de 2020

Are face masks being required on the Wildwood boardwalk? We’re are trying to decide if we are going to keep or cancel or summer trip to Wildwood and this will make a huge difference on our decision. Requiring face masks on the boardwalk (because of the summer crowds) would seem like the responsible thing to do. Thank you

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