According to a City of Plano media advisory, the following City of Plano buildings and services will be reopening in July.
Plano Stages’ Amphitheater at Oak Point, Cox Playhouse and Courtyard Theater venues will reopen July 1, with ticket sales being limited to 50% capacity. McCall Plaza and permitted special events will not resume yet.
Plano Event Center will also reopen for business on July 1.
Plano’s Parks will allow outdoor exercise programs on July 1. Contact Terrance Wright at 972.941.7277 or email@example.com for more information.
Plano Public Library reopens July 6 with occupancy limits for patrons to stop in and check out books. Computer access is offered on a two-hour reservation-based system. Book donations and lobby sales will resume.
Plano Parks and Recreation will resume in-person recreation center programming, including swim, fitness and art classes on July 6. Also on July 6, non-members may begin visiting the Plano Aquatic Center, Carpenter Park Recreation Center and indoor pool, Liberty Recreation Center, Oak Point Recreation Center and indoor pool, and Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center and indoor pool.
The Interurban Railway Museum will reopen to visitors on July 11. Hours of operation will be 1-5 p.m. on Saturdays only.