TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — Urban Air Adventure Park in Tallahassee will be reopening to the public on Saturday, May 30.
The park says new safety protocols have been implemented for the health and well-being of guests and employees.
Ahead of reopening to the public, Urban Air is offering a free day of fun for all essential workers and families who can fly first in honor of all they have sacrificed in recent months.
To participate in this offer those families will need to sign up for a two-hour block on Thursday, May 28 from 5-7 p.m. and 6-8 p.m.).
Anyone who serves on the frontlines are eligible including, but not limited to, medical professionals, caregivers, first responders, law enforcement personnel, as well as grocery store employees, postal and delivery workers.
All existing Urban Air members are invited to sign up for two-hour time blocks for Friday, May 29, and stop by the park a full day ahead of the general public.
Frontline workers, members and the general public can make reservation now at UrbanAirParks.com
In addition, the company says anyone who buys a ticket from now through Saturday, May 30 will receive 50% off their admission.
Urban Air has implemented the following key safety procedures:
· Enhanced cleaning procedures (hourly maintenance as well as deep cleanings)
· Temperatures taken of all guests and team members
· All team members must wear masks
· Limited capacity on all attractions, maintaining appropriate social distancing during the two-hour reservations
· Strategically placed hand sanitizers throughout high traffic areas including the front entrance, café, attraction entrances and exits and party rooms
· Cashless food service
· Gloves and masks available for purchase