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This page is updated regularly by the Navy Yard Management Office with the latest local information and resources about COVID-19 coronavirus.

Please be sure to read about Street Closures and Public Access before planning your visit to the Navy Yard.

Last updated: Friday, June 26, 2020 at 11:30 AM

At the Navy Yard, our top priority is the health and well-being of employees, staff, shuttle riders, event attendees, and community. As the situation regarding COVID-19 coronavirus continues to evolve, the Navy Yard Management Office is staying in close contact with our local and regional partners. We continuously review and assess the recommendations and requirements put out by the City of Philadelphia Department of Public Health, as well as the World Health Organization and the CDC, and implement necessary precautions and protective steps. 

You can take steps to slow the spread of the illness by becoming informed about the recommendations by the CDC to keep yourself, your family, and your colleagues safe. The City of Philadelphia’s Department of Public Health has set up a COVID-19 website that has more detailed advice for specific situations, which will be updated frequently. The City of Philadelphia has issued planning guidance for businesses and nonprofit organizations to both protect employees’ health and safety and limit the economic impact of the outbreak. The guidance will assist businesses in preparing for continuity of critical operations if the COVID-19 coronavirus has a severe impact on Philadelphia. 

On June 5, 2020, the City of Philadelphia has entered the yellow phase. Please read the City's Safer at Home overview for a gradual approach to reopening.

Anyone may text COVIDPHL to 888-777 to receive updates from the City of Philadelphia to your phone. 

The Navy Yard campus will continue to be open and operational, with the following modifications:

STREET CLOSURES & PUBLIC ACCESS

Here’s the latest update about what’s open to the public, and what’s not. These actions are part of our efforts to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus in Philadelphia. Please note that the information below applies until further notice.

  • Even though Philadelphia is currently in the yellow phase, we are still Safer at Home. On Friday, June 26, the Navy Yard will extend its hours and be open to the public from 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM and reopen its parks while keeping social distancing guidelines in place. This may change with limited to no notice, in response to the current COVID-19 situation and operational requirements of the Navy Yard.

    The Navy Yard will strictly adhere to the City of Philadelphia’s COVID-19 Rules and Guidelines. Please review the latest details as they contain important information about Social Distancing Rules and provide detailed information for people and businesses in the City of Philadelphia.

    • OPEN: Crescent Park, Central Green, League Island Park, Marine Parade Grounds, the Navy Yard’s streets, and Riverfront Greenway, are open for permitted outdoor activities such as walking, running, cycling, or operating a wheelchair. Be sure to practice safe social distancing.  All gatherings involving groups and close contact, such as basketball, are still prohibited. You can view the Navy Yard's campus map here.

    • CLOSED: Central Green park restrooms and equipment for bocce and table tennis will not be available. The basketball court on Intrepid Ave are closed until further notice. Outdoor group recreational activities are not permitted in the yellow phase. To ensure people follow these temporary restrictions, Navy Yard security staff are closing sites where possible and posting signage to alert people of closures. 

    • Please remain respectful of the Navy Yard campus and stay within public open areas.

    • Please #MaskUpPHL and wear a face covering to protect others. 

INCREASED CLEANING

  • In order to maintain a safe environment, the cleaning staff in PIDC-leased properties have increased cleaning in high touch areas. The operator of the Navy Yard shuttles has also taken steps to provide additional cleaning and hand sanitizer for riders. If you are in a non-PIDC-leased property, please contact your property manager directly.

TRANSIT & SHUTTLES

  • At this time, Navy Yard Shuttles remain open and operational on a modified schedule as follows:
    • All riders are required to wear a face covering and to follow social distancing rules.
    • A maximum of 25 riders will be permitted on Navy Yard Shuttles.
  • Shuttle schedule in effect beginning Monday, June 8:
    • Download flyer with updated schedules.
    • Navy Yard-NRG Station Loop
      • Early bird departures from NRG Station at 5:38 AM, 6:10 AM, and 6:36 AM.
      • All day service from 7:00 AM to 7:20 PM with shuttles arriving approximately every minutes. Last pick up at Broad Street Gate at approximately 7:20 PM.
      • Due to construction on Kitty Hawk Ave, shuttle may be delayed and detoured.
    • Navy Yard-​Center City Express
      • Morning service from 6:30 AM to 10:00 AM with shuttles departing Jefferson Station approximately every 30 minutes.
      • Afternoon service from 3:00 PM to 6:35 PM. Last pick up at Broad Street Gate at approximately 6:35 PM.
      • In the event of a City-mandated curfew or street closures, shuttle schedules are subject to change with limited notice. We will update riders on social media.
    • For the health and well-being of riders, all riders must show a Navy Yard employee ID to board the shuttle until further notice.

NAVY YARD BUSINESSES

  • Bar Amis: scheduled to open July 8.
  • Chapel of Four Chaplains: closed until further notice.
  • DiNic's: open for take-out orders only.
  • Lunch Truck Lineup: postponed until further notice.
  • Mercer Cafe at the Navy Yard: open for take-out orders and outdoor dining only.
  • Nava Yoga Center: studio is closed but offering online "distance self-learning" classes.
  • Sub-Zero, Wolf, and Cove Showroom: open by appointment only.
  • URBN Shop 543 Cafe and Jharoka: closed to the public until further notice.

PUBLIC EVENTS

  • The City of Philadelphia’s Department of Public Health has issued a statement on Thursday, March 12 strongly recommending gatherings of no more than 250 attendees, and gatherings of more than 1,000 attendees will be banned. Note that this is an interim recommendation and will likely change as the situation in Philadelphia changes. The Navy Yard Management Office will work with event organizers hosting events at the Navy Yard to reschedule events impacted by this new restriction. 
  • Race organizers and the City of Philadelphia have postponed the Broad Street Run until Sunday, October 4, 2020. 

BUSINESS SUPPORT

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the Navy Yard Management Office at (215) 218-9750. If you have any Navy Yard-related updates or closures to share, you may submit the information to media@navyyard.org.