Mallard Lakes Pools (5/25)
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Fabric face masks: (5/21)
Karen Van Roekel is offering to donate 20 face masks that she has sewn to the community. They are machine washable, and there is a pocket where you can add a coffee filter for additional protection. Each mask and filter duo are packaged in a Ziploc baggie. Over Memorial weekend, Karen will put them out on her porch at 38082 Mockingbird Lane #47 for you to pick up at your convenience, while supplies last. If you have any questions, you can text her at 571.723.2963.
Mallard Lakes Pools will not open before July 1st.
All activities scheduled for June have been canceled.
The Pool Office will remain closed until further notice.
(Taken from Governor’s Announcement)
Governor John Carney on Thursday announced that the State of Delaware will lift restrictions on Delaware beaches and community pools at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, May 22, subject to strict social distancing requirements and other restrictions.
Delaware’s mandatory 14-day quarantine for out-of-state travelers and ban on short term rentals will remain in effect. Non-Delawareans who have been in Delaware for at least 14 days will be permitted to use the beaches.
To enforce the out-of-state quarantine as Delaware beaches reopen, Delaware State Police will station troopers at routes typically used by out-of-state travelers. Travelers will be stopped, asked a series of questions, and given information about the 14-day quarantine requirement under Governor Carney’s State of Emergency declaration. Violations of the emergency declaration, or any of its modifications, constitute a criminal offense.
Regulations for Beach Goers
- Face coverings are required on boardwalk and encouraged on the beach
- Members of different households must remain 6 feet apart at all times
- Individuals with underlying health conditions or who are over 65-years-old should continue to shelter in place.
- Avoid water fountains.