By: Sharon Aron Baron
There won’t be any excuse not to get outside and do your online work, because by the end of May, you’ll be able to stay connected while enjoying a day out at many of our city parks.
Residents will be able to connect with their smartphones, laptops, or tablets and enjoy free Wi-Fi at the following parks: the Sportsplex, the Aquatic Complex and Tennis Center, Mullins Park, Betti Stradling Park, Sartory Hall, North Community Park, and Cypress Park.
I am looking forward to seeing more people enjoy our parks. I can picture employees from nearby companies using the free Wi-Fi on their lunch breaks or Mom and Dad enjoying a cup of coffee in the shade while connecting with their kids away at college” – Mayor Vince Boccard
When users log onto the service from their tablets or laptops, they will first see language that includes a legal disclaimer with the city’s acceptable use policy. There will be filters in place to block questionable websites (Hopefully Coral Springs Talk isn’t one of those) , as well as monitoring connections to track access and/or abuse.
This free service will be available in the major parks as a permanent offering. In addition, the City will also offer this free service in most of the City buildings where the public congregates.
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