No camping regulation to be enforced after once more at Columbus Circle, NPS states

The National Park Assistance has announced they will be imposing their no-camping regulation at Columbus Circle which was suspended through the pandemic.

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NPS suggests on Wednesday, June 1 all-around 7 a.m., they will renew enforcement of their no-tenting regulation, indicating those people who have tents set up on the grassy spot in just Columbus Circle subsequent to Union Station will be pressured to clear out, which includes quite a few who are dealing with homelessness.

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NPS says all through the pandemic, they briefly suspended enforcement of their no-tenting regulation. They say they have now identified that enforcement of the no-camping regulation at Columbus Circle is essential to address public overall health and protection issues and unsanitary problems.

The info was posted close to Columbus Circle and Union Station. 

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Renewed enforcement of the no-camping regulation will also make it possible for for the rehabilitation of the turf, cleansing and routine maintenance of the park area and mitigation of rodent infestation, NPS states. Violation is prohibited.