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ReOpen DC Committee | Open Spaces and Recreation

Government Co-Chairperson
 
Community Co-Chairperson
 
Legal Advisor
Beth Mullin
 
Public Health Advisor
Dr. Preetha Iyengar
 
Associate Committee Director
Jason Wallace
 
Committee Coordinator
Lani Kearse
 
Committee Coordinator
Michael Dodson
 

Committee Resource Staff
Deniece Clifford

Committee Recommendations

Committee Members

  • Chanell Autrey, Community Member
  • Keith Barnes, Community Member
  • Carl Ehrlich, Community Member 
  • Malissa Freese, Community Member
  • Barbara Green, Community Member 
  • Diana Mayhew, Community Member
  • Monica Ray, Community Member
  • Eric Rosenthal, Community Member
  • Lamont Akins, Government Member
  • Ivory Cooper, Government Member
Mission

We are very proud of our open spaces and recreational opportunities in Washington, DC –from our DC parks and recreation parks, playgrounds, playfields, summer camps, and pools, to the beautiful parks, golf courses and fields managed by the National Park Service. These spaces have largely been closed in response to the public health emergency. Washingtonians of every age and across every ward are looking forward to reclaiming access to fitness centers, open space, and competitive and pick-up sports activities.

Focus

The Committee will focus on health and sanitation protocols for reopening, local and federal coordination, and strategies to communicate with DC residents and visitors. It will also look at private recreation, including gyms and workout studios.

Including, but not limited to:

  • Parks
  • Fields
  • Playgrounds
  • Walking paths
  • Dog Parks
  • Pools
  • Beaches
  • Community Sports
  • Landscaping
  • Gyms