From the moment COVID-19 substantially disrupted the lives of all Pennsylvanians, the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy has placed public health first in its messaging and actions, with a goal of keeping Pittsburgh parks open and safe at a time when they have never mattered more to us.
Please note that the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy is currently following all CDC guidelines regarding the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic. The Parks Conservancy asks program and special event attendees to follow all current safety measures outlined by the CDC and local health agencies. Please note that the Conservancy cannot be held liable for any exposure to the COVID-19 virus. Additionally, the Conservancy cannot guarantee that program and special event attendees will not become infected by the coronavirus/COVID-19.
In the Know
Safety is of the utmost importance as we navigate through these unprecedented times. Following recommendations and guidelines provided by experts at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization, the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy continues following the guidance set by Governor Tom Wolf to combat the spread of COVID-19.
The parks are open and usable for activities such as running, walking, biking, hiking, and any physical activity that can be safely performed while following proper physical distancing guidelines
Parks Make an Impact
Now more than ever, people all around the world are leaning on the parks to help them cope during these unprecedented times.Read about the recent coverage of the impact of parks during COVID-19 in the Parks Conservancy Newsroom.