Because of the unpredictable weather in the United Arab Emirates, the Sharjah Municipality has decided to close all of the parks in the emirate as a preventative measure. Putting public safety first, our decision seeks to lessen the impact of potentially dangerous weather conditions.
The Sharjah Municipality has taken proactive measures in response to unstable weather conditions across the UAE by ordering the complete closure of all parks in the emirate. This decision prioritizes public safety and aims to mitigate potential risks posed by turbulent weather.
All parks will remain closed to the public until the turbulent weather conditions subside, ensuring the well-being of residents and visitors. The Sharjah Municipality is closely monitoring weather forecasts and will reopen parks once it is deemed safe to do so.
Due to the heavy rains, Sharjah Police have suspended activities in Desert Police Park in addition to closing parks. This precautionary measure is taken to safeguard the safety of all employees and visitors to the park. However, once the weather stabilizes and the effects of the depression subside, the park will resume operations and welcome guests again.
Furthermore, the municipality in Kalba City has also announced the temporary closure of parks and gardens in the area. This decision aligns with the broader efforts to ensure public safety and minimize any potential risks associated with the adverse weather conditions.
As the situation continues to evolve, the Sharjah Municipality remains committed to the safety and well-being of its residents and visitors. By implementing temporary closures and suspending activities in parks, authorities are proactively addressing concerns related to the unstable weather conditions.
Residents and visitors are encouraged to stay updated on the latest developments and adhere to any advisories issued by local authorities. Once the weather conditions improve and stabilize, parks will be reopened, allowing the public to enjoy outdoor recreational activities in a safe environment.