Keep Walking Responsibly
The coronavirus has changed everyday life as we know it in Arlington. Now more than ever, we must try to keep a sense of community. WalkArlington is here to provide you with tools, resources, and updates to encourage you to stay active during these challenging times.
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PLACES YOU CAN WALK
Trails are Open
On Friday, June 5, Arlington County began reopening some park amenities. Paved multi-use trails and hiking trails are also open and trail users should continue to practice social distancing.
Stay Safe While Walking
It’s important to take the necessary precautions to stay safe during this time. Follow these tips when you go for a walk:
- Cover your face.
- Use trails solo and during non-peak times.
- Maintain at least six feet between you and other trail users.
- Walk on neighborhood streets where it is less crowded.
- Wash your hands before and after going outside.
- Stay home if you’re feeling sick.
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Order A Free Brandana – SOLD OUT
A limited supply of buffs are available for Arlington residents. These are a no-sew, easy mask option that can be pulled up over your nose and mouth and doubled up for a more snug fit.