If you’re a Disneyland Resort fan, you’re probably waiting with bated breath to find out when exactly Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park will be reopening.
With the original July 17 reopening date pushed back amid California coronavirus concerns, Disneyland Annual Passholders and other Guests have had to wait for nearly half a year to return to their beloved theme parks.
Now, there’s even more good news! The Disneyland live web cam has captured some ongoing maintenance work ahead of Disney’s official reopening announcement, which could be coming any day.
In this screenshot, viewers can see Cast Members trimming trees by the iconic Matterhorn roller coaster. Although this isn’t a glamorous task, and we know essential maintenance has been occurring throughout Disneyland Resort’s temporary closure, it is still a step in the right direction for Disneyland Guests.
This screenshot near the Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage and Disneyland Monorail shows more tree trimming occurring.
Maintaining the parks for Guests and Cast Members to return has been a priority for The Walt Disney Company throughout the pandemic closure. This way, as much magic as possible is preserved for the original Disney Park’s reopening.
The latest news from California Governor Gavin Newsom regarding Disneyland Resort’s reopening comes from a press conference that was held today. Governor Newsom stated:
“We’re making a lot of progress in that space. The reason we set it aside… is we still have work to do. Progress is still being made. We’re still working on some details. As soon as we’re at a point where we can make [that] public, we will.”
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