San Angelo Shuts Down Lake Nasworthy on Independence Day Weekend

 

SAN ANGELO, TX – Effective at midnight Friday, July 3, all parks at Lake Nasworthy will be closed to the public.

The closures will remain in effect until July 13.
These closures are part of the City of San Angelo’s effort to slow the spread of COVID-19.
The City is in discussion with the Lake Nasworthy Homeowners Association regarding the July 4 fireworks show. We do not have any further information at this time.


List of lake parks


Hot Water Slough Park
Knickerbocker Park
Mary E. Lee Park
Mary E. Lee Beach
Middle Concho Park
Pecan Creek Park
Red Bluff Circle
Rock Slough Park
Shady Point Circle
South Concho Park (Lake Park)
Spring Creek Park
Fish Hatchery Road Park
Shalimar Road Park

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Have our City leaders lost their collective minds? Closing down the Lake Nasworthy parks over the 4th of July weekend!

Vretis said as long as we wear masks we're safe!

so they should just make masks mandatory at the lake during the weekend.
the masks will protect us.
the masks will keep us safe.
right?

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