Social distancing circles in Domino Park in Williamsburg, Brooklyn on Saturday, May 16th. Built on the site of the former Domino Sugar Refinery, the park is a tribute to the diversity and resiliency of generations of Domino workers, their families and their neighborhood. A New York City park took social distancing to the next level this weekend by drawing circles several feet apart for people to sit inside. Saturday's sublime spring weather drew New Yorkers out of â¦ Domino Park is a 5-acre public park located along the East River in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. When it came to social distancing enforcement, the NYPD recorded about 1 million contacts, which lead to 368 summonses and 120 arrests, CBS2âs political reporter Marcia Kramer reported Thursday. No need to reinvent the wheel! Photo by Amanda Dombrowski on Instagram: @amanda.dombrowski After continued overcrowding despite the cityâs social distancing mandates, Domino Park has taken a unique approach to control crowds. Domino Park has implemented social distancing circles to ensure safety measures to cope with the global Covid-19 pandemic in New York.. On May 15, Domino Park staff came up with the new concept applying new safety rules for people who want to â¦ Domino Park in New York City spray paints 'social distancing circles' onto the grass amid fears of a new surge in coronavirus cases as scores of â¦ Domino Park in the neighborhood of Williamsburg is helping visitors enjoy the pleasant weather and keep a safe social distance from others by drawing circles in â¦ New York's Domino Park circles encourage social distancing Hilary Whiteman, CNN 5/20/2020 Black Friday, stock markets reopen, college football: 5 things to know Friday Domino Park, one of New York Cityâs newest parks, responded with a unique design intervention: social distancing circles that ensure that people lounging on the lawns remain at â¦ View all 24. Domino Park in Brooklyn, New York came up with a straightforward way to help visitors maintain social distancing protocols. Park goers were pictured lazing in circles over the weekend at Domino Park, a five-acre recreational area on the Brooklyn waterfront that features fountains, â¦ Theyâre there to encourage social distancing as the city contends with almost 200,000 cases of Covid-19. Greenspace stewards at Domino Park have painted eight-foot-wide circles on their lawns to help parkgoers maintain social distance as they flock to open spaces during the summer months, said the director of the Williamsburg waterfront meadow.