Hays County closes all County parks in response to COVID-19

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Luke Timms, Georgia resident, jumps into Jacob’s Well April 6 in Wimberley.

Jakob Rodriguez, Editor-In-Chief

Hays County announced via their website that county officials were closing all county parks until further notice.

Parks affected by the closure include Five Mile Dam Parks, Jacob’s Well Natural Area, and the Gay Ruby Dahlstrom Nature Preserve.

Since March 24, the county has reported nine cases of COVID-19.

 

 

 

 


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