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Hot Springs Village Corona Virus Update Reminder

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typewriter with paper that has corona update written on itJust a reminder that Hot Springs Village is currently in Phase 2 of the reopening plan set forth by the Arkansas Department of Health. If you have any questions about any amenities in the Village then please reference https://www.explorethevillage.com/members/hsv-covid-19/. You can also access past updates there If your questions are not answered here we suggest calling the place you wish to visit and ask your questions directly. 

Due to the COVID-19 situation many scheduled activities have also been canceled or postponed. If you have an event that was previously scheduled and you need to update the status please contact jprice@hsvpoa.org. Changes to the Events Calendar need to go directly to Katrina Heap at kheap@hsvpoa.org

For more information on the status of Arkansas due to COVID-19 be sure to tune into Governor Asa Hutchinson's briefings which can be accessed on YouTube.com. For the most recent updates on COVID-19 for the State of Arkansas you can check out the Arkansas State Health Departments website at https://www.healthy.arkansas.gov/programs-services/topics/novel-coronavirus

COVID-19 Restrictions Affect Beach Usage This Holiday Weekend

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fireworksDuring the holiday and due to the COVID-19 pandemic certain regulations and recommendations will be in place for Balboa Beach for the upcoming festivities on July 3rd and 4th. These are suggestions that have been made using the Arkansas Department of Health direction of use of social distancing to decrease the chance of spread of COVID-19.

Cortez Beach No Longer Accessible To Hot Springs Village Residents

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kayaker at sunsetBecause of the sale of property located on Cortez Peninsula (also known as Cortez Beach) residents will no longer be able to access this area. In the past, Hot Springs Village has been able to keep this area under the insurance policy that covers the Village, but this is no longer the case. Residents should refrain from using this area for water recreation and use the beaches at Lake DeSota and Balboa along with the new outdoor pool for these activities.