City Hall announced the swimming season! But with some reservations

22 May 2013 14:23  9136057 036734
City Hall announced the swimming season! But with some reservations

The following information came today from Uzhgorod City Council.

Dear residents and visitors of the city of Uzhgorod - the announcement states - we inform you that by the decision of the Executive Committee of Uzhgorod City Council dd. 15.05.2013, No. 154, the areas of recreation for city residents have been determined:

- Near the children's railway within Botanichna embankment on the right bank of the Uzh river - 1,000 sq.m.

- From the road bridge (Studentska embankment) to the suspension bridge (the Bozdosh Park) - 5,000 sq. m.

- From Navoi lane to the road bridge within Kyivska embankment - 2000 sq.m.

Swimming, boating, and the use of other vessels and any means of entertainment on the water within the city boundaries is PROHIBITIED.










It is strictly forbidden to:

- Go into the water while being drunk;

- Swim beyond the defined beach area, surrounded by buoys;

- Swim up to moving boats and motor boats, jump into the water from boats, structures and objects which are not intended for this;

- Use car tubes, boards, broken boats for swimming;

- Allow rough games in the water with grabbing of arms and feet;

- Give false alarm signals;

- Litter the water and the shore;

- Walk into the water further than waist-deep for those who do not know how to swim.

Please be advised on the location of nearest medical facilities:

- Regional Hospital on Peremoha st.

- City Children's Hospital on Rakoczy st.

The headquarters of the Civil Protection also remind: "Dear campers, knowledge and observance of safety rules on water is the key to security of your life and the lives of your children, and to a fun holiday!"

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