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Parks and Recreation

Posted on: January 21, 2022

Thin ice = NO SKATING


The New Rochelle Parks & Recreation Department reminds the community that thin ice means no skating. It’s been cold, but not cold enough to freeze the ice on our ponds and lakes to a depth that is safe for skating. We will change the signage if and when conditions permit. Until then, please stay off the ice.


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