It’s official, warmer weather is on the way for Wake Forest and thanks to a press release from the Town we now know what day it will arrive.
Mark your calendars now for the day we are all desperately waiting for has been officially identified as March 10th.
On Monday, March 10, the Wake Forest Parks and Recreation Department will open the outdoor restrooms and water fountains at the following town parks:
- Ailey Young Park, 800 Juniper Ave.
- E. Carroll Joyner Park, 701 Harris Road
- Holding Park, 133 W. Owen Ave.
- J.B. Flaherty Park & Dog Park, 1226 N. White St.
Once reopened all residents and their invited guests will be able to resume whatever activities normally happen in Wake Forest park bathrooms. Basically, we are afraid to know more. Ignorance is bliss on this one.
The parks and recreation department schedules the opening and closing of its outdoor park restrooms and water fountains in accordance with Daylight Savings Time (DST).
The department closes the restrooms and water fountains each year when DST ends to perform general maintenance and prevent water from freezing in pipes during the winter months.
It reopens the restrooms and water fountains when DST begins. However, the parks and recreation department reserves the right to alter the schedule depending on temperatures and weather conditions.
Moving forward, the Joyner Park restrooms will no longer be closed when DST ends and will instead remain open year-round for park pooping. Yippie!