PUEBLO — The Pueblo Riverwalk has modified its guidelines to comply with safer-at-home order that began May 1, according to a release.
During the stay-at-home order, it was required that anyone using the Pueblo Riverwalk must maintain a social distance of 6 feet or more. Now that Colorado has moved to the safer-at-home order as of April 27, Gov. Jared Polis has refined the guidelines.
As of last Friday, here are the updated rules and regulations for the Pueblo Boardwalk:
1. Groups of 10 or smaller are allowed.
2. Parking areas and outdoor facilities will be open to the public.
3. HARP Authority Office will be open BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.
4. All benches and picnic tables will be limited use per the 6-foot social distancing requirement.
5. Exercise equipment is closed.
6. Welcome Center restrooms are open and sanitized daily.
7. No organized programs will be scheduled.
8. ALL VISITORS SHALL WEAR MASKS.
9. All visitors will maintain the “social distancing” requirement of 6-feet at all times.
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