Naples, Marco Island beaches to reopen Thursday – Wink News


Marco Island and Naples will open beaches on Thursday. Marco will also open its parks on Friday, just in time for the weekend.

In Naples, the city council voted Wednesday to reopen the beaches and city parks Thursday morning.

The pier will remain closed, as will some concessions.Parking lots will open with meters enforced.

Naples city parks will open under tier one of reopening, including restrooms as long as staff is able to accommodate cleaning.

Tennis and pickleball courts, as well as sports fields associated with parks, will also reopen.

Naples police and beach patrol will be out to enforce social distancing.

As long as COVID-19 cases continue to decline, the city is expected to ease into lifting restrictions, starting with the opening of beaches.

More than 50 people wrote into the city council ahead of Wednesdays meeting. Some are concerned that loosening restrictions will spread the virus, and others say businesses are barely hanging on, so the city should open up as soon as possible.


The City of Naples City Council acted today by reopening the City beaches and parks beginning at dawn tomorrow, April 30, 2020. The details of the openings include:

The City of Naples beaches will be reopened to the public at dawn on April 30, 2020. Naples beaches and beach access points will reopen to the public with the following restrictions:

City parks will open pathways for walking with the following restrictions:

Every resident and visitor need to be responsible to continue practicing social distancing, limit your groups to 10 or less, wash your hands frequently, and stay at home as much as possible. The City will take action to restrict these public facilities again if the CDC guidelines are not followed.


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