City of Savannah announces plans to restart community programming
SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – The City of Savannah announced plans to reopen cultural arts, resource centers and community centers for city programming on Monday, October 4.
The city says community centers will require temperature checks, face masks, social distancing and capacity limits.
The city plans to make hand sanitizer dispensers available at building entrances and in common areas.
Officials say city staff will also regularly disinfect heavily affected surfaces and equipment. The city said the facilities will remain closed for rentals and outdoor events.
The following centers will reopen for activities:
- Carver Village Community Center
- Cloverdale Community Center
- Crusader Community Center
- East Community Center
- Grant Center
- Liberty City Community Center
- Senior Center Mary Flournoy
- Moses Jackson Community Center
- Moses Jackson Promotion Center
- Pennsylvania Avenue Resource Center
- Savannah Cultural Arts Center
- Tatemville Community Center
- Tompkins Community Center
- Tremont Community Center
- Windsor Forest Community Center
- Woodville Community Center
- WW Community Law Center