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Emergency Order 2020-11 Regarding Parks and Open Space Facilitis (REPEAL)Emergency Order 2020-11 – REPEALED CITY OF BOULDER ORDER RELATED TO DECLARATION OF LOCAL DISASTER EMERGENCY A disaster emergency was declared by the city manager on March 14, 2020. The city council confirmed and extended the emergency declaration until further notice at the March 16, 2020, special council meeting. Pursuant to Section 2-2.5-7 “Powers” B.R.C. 1981, the city manager finds a need to issue this order in order to protect the health, safety and welfare of persons or property within the city or to otherwise preserve the public peace or abate, clean up or mitigate the effects of any disaster emergency. As a result of widespread COVID-19 vaccinations in Boulder County, there has been significant reductions in the number of COVID-19 cases in Boulder. As such, there is no longer a need for this emergency order. EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, EMERGENCY ORDER 2020-11 AS AMENDED, 4TH AMENDMENT ADOPTED JULY 8, 2020, CLOSING NATURE CENTERS AND ALL PARK LAND AND CREEK BED NORTH OF THE BOULDER CREEK PATH FROM THE EASTERN BOUNDARY OF EBEN G. FINE PARK TO THE WESTERN BOUNDARY OF THE CITY, IS HEREBY REPEALED IN ITS ENTIRETY. CURRENT STATE OR COUNTY ORDERS REMAIN IN EFFECT AND ENFORCEABLE IN THE CITY OF BOULDER. DATE: _____________ 2021, ___________ __________________________________ City Manager or other Authorized City Official as designated by Chapter 2-2.5, “Civil Emergencies and Disasters,” B.R.C., 1981. July 26,1:00 PM