City closes Blue Hole Park to enforce physical distancing orders

Jun 25, 2020

Effective Friday, June 26, Blue Hole Park is closed to the public until further notice to help enforce physical distancing.

The section of the trail going through Blue Hole Park will also be closed, and barricades will be installed at Scenic Drive and at Rock Street to close off the trail. Access to the trail via the low water crossing below the dam also will be closed off. Restrooms will be closed as well.

“Due to the large crowds that continue to gather in our small, Blue Hole Park and the spiking number of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in Williamson County, we are closing the park out of an abundance of caution and to better ensure the safety of our residents,” Mayor Dale Ross said. “We encourage every Georgetown resident to please, take this threat to our health and safety seriously. Please stay home if you can.

“The keys to our safety are to keep your distance, wear a mask, and wash your hands,” Ross said. “Our community is in this together, and your neighbors are counting on you.”

Park and trail users are encouraged to follow CDC guidance and practice physical distancing by remaining a minimum of six feet away from anyone you pass on the trails and avoid areas where people may gather.

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