Community events have been canceled through August, and the town plans to offer virtual programming this summer, like no- and low-touch summer camps starting July 6.
Here’s an overview of the town’s tentative changes:
- Town Hall reopens to the public July 6 (currently open by appointment only)
- Vienna Community Center reopens July 6
- playgrounds reopen Saturday (June 13)
- Teen Center, Bowman House, Freeman Store & Museum, Town Green rentals and basketball courts remain closed
Tomorrow, the park restrooms, tennis courts, the Vienna Dog Park and the Community Garden will reopen.
Town officials will continue to meet virtually under a continuity of governance ordinance with occupancy capped at 26 people in the Council Chambers.
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