City of Ann Arbor: Argo Park, Gallup Park canoe liveries closed for the season
ANN ARBOR, Mich. The Argo Park and Gallup Park canoe liveries have been closed for the rest of the season, according to the City of Ann Arbor. The early closure is due to COVID-19 positive test results received by liveries employees who were pre-symptomatic while working on Sept. 5-6. On Monday, Sept. 7, the City of Ann Arbor Parks and Recreation announced a temporary closure of the liveries after an employee received a positive COVID-19 test result. Liveries employees have been required to wear masks and follow other safety protocols. The liveries temporarily closed for around two weeks in July after two employees tested positive for COVID-19.
Argo Park, Gallup Park canoe liveries temporarily closed after employee tests positive for COVID-19
ANN ARBOR, Mich. The Argo Park and Gallup Park canoe liveries closed on Monday after an employee received a COVID-19 positive test result. Liveries employees have been required to wear masks and follow other safety protocols. Community members who visited the Argo or Gallup canoe liveries between Aug. 29 and Sept. 6 are asked to self-monitor for any COVID-19 symptoms. This is the second time the canoe liveries have temporarily closed due to an employee testing positive for COVID-19. From July 7-20 the canoe liveries were temporarily closed after two employees received positive COVID-19 test results.
Ann Arbors Argo Park, Gallup Park canoe liveries to reopen Monday
ANN ARBOR, Mich. The Argo Park and Gallup Park canoe liveries will reopen for boat rentals on Monday, according to the City of Ann Arbor Parks and Recreation. The liveries closed on July 7 after the city was notified that an employee had tested positive for COVID-19. On July 9, the city notified the public of a second employee who tested positive. Make reservations for rentals at the Argo and Gallup liveries here. Argo Park is located at 1055 Longshore Dr.
City of Ann Arbor provides update on Argo and Gallup Park canoe livery closure
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. The city stated that possible exposure dates for visitors to the canoe liveries are now July 3-5. On Tuesday, the city notified the public of the first COVID-19 positive test and the closure of the canoe liveries for cleaning. Related: Argo and Gallup Park liveries temporarily closed over COVID-19 positive
Argo and Gallup Park liveries temporarily closed over COVID-19 positive
ANN ARBOR, Mich. On Tuesday, the City of Ann Arbor Parks and Recreation Argo Park and Gallup Park canoe liveries closed temporarily due to a positive COVID-19 test result received by an individual who visited the liveries. The city has not identified instances when the individual was in close contact with the public, according to a news release from the city. Washtenaw County Public Health deemed this a low risk event but the facilities will be closed for professional cleaning, according to the release. Those with COVID-19-related questions can leave a voicemail for the Washtenaw County Health Department at 734-544-6700 or by emailing Lfirstname.lastname@example.org. Updates about the liveries will be posted here and on the citys social media accounts.
Ann Arbors annual canoe, kayak auction set for June 17
ANN ARBOR City of Ann Arbor Parks and Recreation will be holding its annual canoe and kayak sale at Gallup Park on June 17. From 6 p.m. to 7 p.m., the Gallup Canoe Livery will be showcasing and selling one- and two-person kayaks, aluminum canoes and rowboats that are used and damaged. Attendees are asked to practice physical distancing and payment will only be able to be made by credit card. The Gallup Canoe Livery is at 3000 Fuller Rd. Like what youre reading?
Dont miss full moon night paddles in Ann Arbor this summer
ANN ARBOR While it feels like all the summer fun in Ann Arbor has been canceled, one seasonal highlight is still on this year for the community to enjoy. Full moon night paddles at Gallup Park will take place once a month as the full moon rises from 8:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. This years dates are: July 10, July 31 and Aug. 21. Pricing is $15 for a one-person kayak and $20 for two-person kayaks and canoes. According to staff, physical distancing protocols will be in place during each paddle.
Ann Arbor liveries reopen to the public
ANN ARBOR Ann Arbor Parks and Recreation announced Friday the reopening of its Argo and Gallup liveries to the public. According to Ann Arbor Parks and Rec, reserving boats ahead of time will allow for staff to ensure a safe environment with a limited amount of boaters. The Argo livery is at 1055 Longshore Drive and can be reached at 734-794-6241. The Gallup livery is at 3000 Fuller Road and can be reached at 734-794-6240. City of Ann Arbor seeks input as it mulls opening streets to promote safe distancingBriarwood Mall in Ann Arbor reopens with enhanced safety protocols