Parks that continue to be closed are Old Mill Park at Vickery Creek, which is a major draw; the Heart of Roswell Park; Barrington Hall and Bulloch Hall, as well as their grounds. These attractions stayed open when Roswell first issued a state of emergency in March, but the city later closed all access to them saying visitors didn’t maintain adequate social distancing.
“I know we are all looking forward to reopening our city and getting our lives back to normal,” Henry said in a statement. “But we will be taking a very measured approach in reopening Roswell. We will do this keeping in mind the health, safety and welfare of our citizens by following [Center for Disease, Control and Prevention] and Georgia Health Department guidelines.”