California Attractions and Parks Association Asks State to Seek Feedback on Reopening Guidelines

The California Attractions and Parks Association, which represents Disneyland and other parks, is asking state officials to listen to theme park operators’ recommendations and modify some protocols before issuing reopening guidelines. The Orange County Register acquired this quote from the group: “We ask the governor not to finalize guidance for amusement parks before engaging the... Continue Reading →

BREAKING: Disney Parks Announces 28,000 Layoffs

Disney Parks announced 28,000 layoffs, citing hardships from the coronavirus pandemic. In addition to the massive amount of layoffs, Disney directed some of the blame at California’s government, saying in part “the state’s unwillingness to lift restrictions that would allow Disneyland to reopen, we have made the very difficult decision to begin the process of... Continue Reading →

Gov. Newsom: State is Actively Working on Plan to Reopen Theme Parks

Tensions are building in the California theme park community. While brands like Disney & Universal operate in Florida, there is still no reopening date for their California parks to reopen. During a Wednesday press conference, Governor Gavin Newsom said an announcement on theme parks will be made soon. https://twitter.com/cagovernor/status/1306308358979239937?s=21 Governor Newsom says the state is... Continue Reading →

Governor: California “Getting Closer” to Reopening Guidelines for Theme Parks

California Governor Gavin Newsom says California is "getting closer" to issuing guidelines for theme parks, which have been closed since mid-March and are pushing the state to tell them when they can reopen. According to The Orange County Register, the governor says conversations are ongoing with major amusement park operators. Disneyland, Universal Studios, Knott's Berry... Continue Reading →

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