The Brookhaven Police Department will remain closed to the public, and the Municipal Court is also still shut down.
Brookhaven City Manager Christian Sigman said in a statement that the city “waited for the data from the Board of Health before implementing reopening plans.”
“I recognize this is a very fluid situation and guidance from the state and federal government is not always very clear. I ask that residents be patient and know we are willing to reevaluate our plans based on actual experience in the coming weeks and months,” Sigman said.
Brookhaven plans to gradually reopen its recreational facilities, beginning with "passive" athletic fields and dog parks on June 1. A detailed plan and list is available on the city's website.
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