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  • Essential Business & Operations FAQ: Updated 3/26/2020

  • Joint Press Release April 3, 2020 6:00 pm

  • Grocery Shopping Tips for Consumers

  • WIC: Here for You During COVID-19

  • Sangamon County WIC Service Changes

  • Recommended Guidance for Preventing Spread of COVID-19 in Grocery Stores

  • Sangamon County State's Attorney Announcement March 20

  • COVID-19 Executive Order March 20, 2020-Shelter In Place

  • IL Department of Public Health COVID-19 Resource Hub

  • Mixing Chlorine (Bleach) Solution for Disinfecting

  • Recommended Guidance for Reuse of N95 Masks

  • Guidance for Oral Health/Dental Practices

  • State of Illinois Executive Order March 16, 2020

  • COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions

  • Recommendations for Quarantine & Isolation

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Sangamon County WIC Service Changes

For details click here: https://scdph.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/WIC-Curbside-Text-1.pdf
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COVID-19

For questions regarding COVID-19, please call the Sangamon County Department of Health call line at 217 321-2606. Find a fact sheet on COVID-19 here: https://scdph.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/COVID-19-fACTS.pdf . Additional information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) can be found at: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html . Visit us on Facebook for the latest information regarding COVID-19.
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Anyone that has an opioid use disorder, misuses prescription opiates, takes high doses of opioids prescribed for pain relief, or uses heroin is at risk for an opioid overdose. Care givers, family, friends, and community members can help prevent overdoses by carrying naloxone. To find out how to get a free kit, please call (217)…
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Sangamon County Department of Public Health
Sangamon County Department of Public Health1 hour ago
Find information about WIC service changes at the Sangamon County Department of Public Health at https://scdph.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/WIC-Curbside-Text-1.pdf .
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Sangamon County Department of Public Health7 hours ago
Publish Date: 04/01/2020

Springfield Park District – COVID-19 Response | Closures, Safety Tips, Park Congestion and restriction on vehicles in Washington Park

In compliance with Governor Pritzker’s Stay At Home Order the following amenities will remain closed until further notice: indoor facilities, playgrounds, Henson Robinson Zoo, golf courses, skate park, FitLot, dog park, and park restrooms.

HOWEVER, WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO STAY ACTIVE BY VISITING ONE OF YOUR LOCAL PARKS!

Greenspace, parks and trails continue to remain open and residents are encouraged to use them as places to stay healthy, enjoy some fresh air, walking, hiking, running, and some overall wellness, provided visitors observe the following safety tips:

•Do not use parks or trails if you are displaying symptoms
•Follow CDC’s guidelines on personal hygiene before visiting parks or trails
•Observe CDC’s minimum recommended social distancing of 6 feet from
other persons
•Do not gather in crowds of any size

TIPS TO AVOID HIGH USE AREAS!
Washington, Lincoln and Southwind Parks have become very busy which can make social distancing more challenging.

Fortunately, the Springfield Park District boasts 38 parks and 4 bike and hike trails! In an effort to reduce traffic in high use areas, we would like to encourage and challenge you and your family to visit a new park each time you venture out. If you arrive at a park, greenspace or trail and it appears crowded and your ability to practice social distancing may be compromised, be flexible and willing to move to the next closest park on the map provided

Bergen Park - 200 Eastdale
Bunn Park - 2500 S. 11th St
Carpenter Park - #1 Carpenter Park Trail (Nature Preserve)
Centennial Park - 5751 Bunker Hill Rd
Comer Cox Park - 301 Martin Luther King Dr
Douglas Park - 500 N. MacArthur Blvd
Dreamland Park - 2300 Taylor Ave
Eisenhower Park - 2530 E. Cornell Ave
Enos Park - 1000 7th St
Fairview Park - 1901 N. 19th St
Gehrmann Park - 1000 N. 2nd St
Gietl Park - 1900 Stanhope Rd
Gurgens Park - 100 Carpenter Trail (Nature Preserve)
Hobbs Park - 2851 Fox Bridge Rd
Iles Park - 2000 S. 6th St
Indian Hills Park - 2540 Miami Trail
INTERURBAN TRAIL
Jaycee Park - 2401 E. Monroe
Jefferson Park - 300 N. Oxford
Kennedy Park - 401 Walnut Valley Dr
Kiwanis Park - 2930 Stanton St
Lake Victoria Park - 3055 Normandy Rd Lanphier Park - 1351 East N. Grand Ave Lawless Park - 1200 Black Ave
Lincoln Park - 1601 N. 5th St Lindbergh Park - 2419 Lindbergh Blvd LOST BRIDGE TRAIL
Patrick J. Cadigan Park - 2302 Berkley Dr Paul A. Barker Park - 2008 Barnard Dr Riverside Park - 4675 Peoria Rd
Rotary Park - 4501 W. Iles Ave
SANGAMON VALLEY TRAIL
Schlitt Park - 2415 Sharon Dr Southwind Park - 4755 S. 2nd St Stuart Park - 1555 Winch Rd
Timberbrooke Park - 2065 W. Washington St Vredenburgh Park - 121 Crusader Rd WABASH TRAIL
Washington Park - 1501 West S. Grand Ave
Westchester Park - 2215 Westchester Blvd

Lastly, starting this weekend April 4th & 5th and each Saturday and Sunday moving forward, Washington Park will be closed to vehicular traffic. We ask that visitors observe the parking spaces near the large Picnic Shelter (playground area) as handicap accessible spaces for patrons with disabilities and mobility issues. Additional parking is available at the Tennis Center and Rose Garden lots. We hope these measures will help reduce congestion and aid in the safety of visitors as they enjoy the park for recreation, health and wellness. See the map provided for the modified loop for Washington Park.

We continue to urge everyone to keep abreast of the latest public health information via the CDC website at www.cdc.gov, Illinois Department of Public Health and the Sangamon County Health Department.

Please visit www.springfieldparks.org for up to date information on the Springfield Park District.