Greater Napanee to add hand sanitization stations to high foot traffic areas

Greater Napanee's Winchester Park will soon have a hand sanitization station added to help reduce the risk of COVID-19. Photo from Town of Greater Napanee Facebook page.
In the upcoming days, Town of Greater Napanee staff will be working to install large hand sanitization stations in some of its public outdoor high foot traffic areas. These areas include locations such as the Rotary Park playground and Splash pad; the picnic shelter at Conservation Park; Winchester Park and Kinsmen Park.
It is highly recommended that the public use these stations and sanitize their hands before and after visiting these areas which have a high number of contact surfaces. Physical distancing procedures of maintaining a two metre (six foot) distance from others must be followed at the town’s outdoor amenities.

The Town of Greater Napanee would like to thank the community for its patience as the Town works through its re-opening plan for the remainder of its offices, facilities and services as per provincial direction, while ensuring everyone’s safety during this time.
For more information on COVID-19 updates, please visit the Town’s website,, or the Town’s social media pages.

As the region moves into Stage 3, the public is reminded to continue to adhere to Public Health’s safety recommendations and orders. Find answers to your COVID-19 questions on the KFL&A Public Health’s website,
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