California Attractions and Parks Association Calls Upon Governor Newsom to Reopen Disneyland Resort
With preparations well underway at both Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure, the resort is ready to welcome back guests as soon as the government allows it. Just this past Friday, indoor dining resumed at the Downtown Disney District, but there’s still no word on when—or how Disneyland’s theme parks can reopen. Now, trade organizations representing Disney and other neighboring theme parks are putting pressure on the governor to allow these venues to reopen after a six-month hiatus.
California’s amusement parks urge the governor to issue amusement park guidelines expeditiously so these vital community attractions can reopen their doors in a responsible manner and get residents back to work.
California Attractions and Parks Association executive director Erin Guerrero
CAPA represents Disneyland, Universal Studios Hollywood, and a number of other nearby theme parks. The organization has reportedly been working closely with the government on reopening plans for the theme parks, and insists that the theme parks are ready to reopen in a manner that is safe and responsible:
As evidenced by the many open amusement parks in the United States and around the world, visiting an attraction will not look the same as before COVID, but California’s amusement parks are ready to responsibly reopen.