East Bay Regional Park District parks and trails have reopened Thursday after being closed since Sunday because of public safety risks from windy weather and wildfires around the region.

The park district planned to reopen regional parks and trails at 5 a.m. Thursday or as otherwise posted at different locations.

Chickmarkley/Flickr Jewel Lake at Tilden Park in Berkeley, Calif. reopens to the public, Thursday, October 31, 2019, with all other East Bay Regional Park District parks and trails, now that extreme wind and wildfire risks have passed.

Staff members will be continuing to assess damage from fallen trees or other vegetation and clean up debris, according to the park district.

Anyone who sees damaged trails or facilities or other non-emergency safety hazards on a park or trail in the EBRPD jurisdiction should call park operations at (510) 544-2510. To report more urgent safety hazards, people can call (510) 881-1121.

Nik Wojcik/SFBay East Bay Regional Park District parks and trails reopen Thursday, October 31, 2019 after a district-wide closure during extreme wind and wildfire risks earlier in the week.

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