During this unprecedented time, being able to spend time outside and getting fresh air is an important component to everyone’s daily physical and emotional health. Clayton’s three community parks, Northview, Westbrook and Clayton at Hardscrabble continue to be open for the community to enjoy while maintaining responsible social distancing. All playground equipment at the three parks continue to be considered prohibited during this time, per the Governor’s orders. There are also over four miles of paths at Meadowbrook at Clayton where people can run and walk the beautiful course. Runners and walkers may use these paths during this time while golf isn’t being played free of charge. If you choose to use the paths at Meadowbrook, please remember to stay off the greens and out of the sand traps and continue to use appropriate social distancing techniques. However, Meadowbrook at Clayton has closed all other activities related to the clubhouse and event facility, including golf, for the immediate future because Meadowbrook has been identified as a possible shelter for quarantined regional emergency personnel who have been exposed to COVID-19. This is a proactive step taken by Clayton to ensure our region’s safety and emergency response continues to be as high as possible over the next several weeks as we prepare for the expected surge of confirmed cases throughout Ohio. Meadowbrook at Clayton’s event facility and golf operations will open back up to the public as soon as it’s determined these proactive measures are no longer needed. If you have any questions regarding the availability of Meadowbrook after the Stay at Home Orders have been lifted, you can contact Elaine Whittman at 937-836-3500.

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