Popular Brick Township Walking Path To Re-Open After a Year Long’s Close Due To COVID-19

By Anthony Covino

Sports Editor

The pedestrian path around the Brick Township Reservoir will fully open on March 17, after it was closed this past year due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to NJ.com.

The path’s open hours will be from Wednesday through Sunday 6:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. It will be closed on Mondays and Tuesdays, NJ.com continues.

The 1.6-mile paved loop around the reservoir is popular amongst walkers and runners and is located in Brick’s northwest corner, along the border with Wall Township and the Garden State Parkway.

The reservoir supplies drinking water to Brick, Howell and Jackson Townships as well, NJ.com also said.

COVID-19 Numbers

Metro Residents1212
Florham Residents1917
Faculty & Staff106

There were 2,820 new positive COVID-19 tests in New Jersey bringing the statewide total to 795,000 cases with 78,445 cases in Bergen County.

Wed. 3/3/2021Tues. 3/2/2021
New Jersey795,000792,000
Bergen County78,44578,040

*Numbers according Google Statistics

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