Boston Harbor Now believes access to nature and our public open spaces is one of our most vital resources. The outdoors can offer much-needed relief and comfort during challenging times.
As we continue to monitor the evolving situation around COVID-19, the health and safety of our volunteers, staff, and visitors are of paramount importance. We are committed to working with our partners to observe public health guidelines in the public spaces we serve.
All events Boston Harbor Now is co-sponsoring between now and the end of March have been postponed, with future dates to be determined. For the safety of our employees and partners, all staff have been instructed to work from home. Please follow CDC, the State, and the City of Boston’s public health guidelines on social distancing, hand washing, and staying home to help achieve our collective public health goals.
This is a good time to enjoy our parks and open spaces while being aligned with current social distancing guidelines. Continue connecting with nature at a park or waterfront near you and we look forward to sharing the Harbor with you now and into the future.
If you are interested in more information, we encourage you to visit the CDC website for more guidance and best practices regarding how to stay and keep others healthy during this time.
Stephen sp says
Our Harborpark In Charlestown is a life savior as far as I’m concerned. I can get some exercise in a gorgeous environment and maintain proper social distancing. Looking forward to seeing some boats in the harbor with me hopefully in one.
Stephen Spinetto old harbor park guy