Salt Lake City School District Moves First Day Of Classes To Monday
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Schools in the Salt Lake City will remain closed Friday, authorities said.
Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall along with school district Superintendent Larry Madden and Rocky Mountain Power announced the decision Thursday.
In addition to the delayed first day of school, Mendenhall also announced a handful of city parks are temporarily closed as crews work to remove fallen trees.
“The downed trees in the park are not safe to be around,” she said.
Mendenhall signed a proclamation officially closing the following parks:
- Liberty Park, 600 E., 900 South
- Fairmont Park, 1040 E. Sugarmont Drive
- Sunnyside Park, 1735 S. Sunnyside Ave.
- Jordan Park, 1060 S. 900 West
- Lindsey Gardens Park, 426 M Street
- Richmond Park, 444 E. 600 South
- Riverside Park, 600 N. 1400 West
- Washington Square, 451 S. State St.
- Salt Lake City Cemetery, 200 N. E Street
Salt Lake City officials hold press conference￼
Posted by KSL 5 TV on Thursday, September 10, 2020
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