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Baltimore City, County Recreation and Parks to provide food to residents at multiple locations

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Posted at 12:01 PM, Mar 15, 2020
and last updated 2020-03-16 00:07:51-04

BALTIMORE — Baltimore City Recreation and Parks will be providing food to residents amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Food will be provided at 38 locations from 2:00 7:00 p.m.

During this period of social distancing, BCRP encourages residents to take advantage of their many outdoor recreation amenities. Their parks, trials, athletic courts and playgrounds will remain open and avaiable to the public.

They are asking residents to use outdoor spaces thoughtfully and in accordance with public health guidelines.

You can view all 38 locations by clicking here.

Baltimore County Recreation and Parks buildings will also be providing food to kids 18 and under.

Beginning Tuesday, March 17, the Department of Recreation and Parks will offer limited meal distribution to children 18 and under with support from the Maryland Food Bank and Healthy Food Access St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore.

The Department will offer the take-away meals from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. weekdays.

There is a limited number of meals available and they will be distributed on a first come, first serve basis at the following locations:

  • Dundalk PAL Center
  • Mars Estates PAL Center
  • Shady Spring PAL Center
  • Hillendale PAL Center
  • Cockeysville PAL Center
  • Scotts Branch PAL Center
  • Winfield PAL Center
  • Woodmoor PAL Center
  • Arbutus Community Center