City of Ann Arbor provides update on Argo and Gallup Park canoe livery closure

Possible exposure dates are now July 3-5

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – On Wednesday, the City of Ann Arbor provided an update regarding the closure of the Argo Park and Gallup Park canoe liveries after an individual at the liveries tested positive for COVID-19.

The city stated that a second individual at the liveries tested positive for COVID-19. Both individuals are employees and were acquaintances outside of their work at the liveries.

The city stated that possible exposure dates for visitors to the canoe liveries are now July 3-5. Visitors on those days should seek medical advice if they have exposure concerns, the update said.

According to the city, the Washtenaw County Health Department considers the instance a “low-risk event” as employees were wearing masks and primarily outdoors.

On Tuesday, the city notified the public of the first COVID-19 positive test and the closure of the canoe liveries for cleaning.

The liveries will remain closed.

Those with COVID-19-related questions can leave a voicemail for the Washtenaw County Health Department at 734-544-6700 or by emailing

Updates about the liveries will be posted here and on the city’s social media accounts.

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