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Posted on: April 1, 2020

Stay Home: Try these outdoor activities

Stay Home KC

Spruce up your yard

Take some time to get your yard ready for spring. Clean out flower beds, rake the yard or trim trees! Just make sure you don’t blow yard waste into the streets. Yard waste disposal is included in your weekly trash service! For guidelines on how to dispose, visit www.springhillks.gov/450/Yard-Waste-Disposal

Visit your neighborhood park

City parks are still open for you to enjoy! We have six neighborhood parks for you to walk, play catch, fly a kite and more. Note: Playground equipment is closed until further notice.  Find a park near you: www.springhillks.gov/236/Parks

Chalk the Walk

Decorate your neighborhood with sidewalk chalk to cheer up those walking by! Whether it be creative designs or encouraging messages, something simple could make someone’s day. 

To read more about the Stay at Home order in effect until April 23, visit Johnson County’s website and Miami County’s website.

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