According to several sources, Disneyland is planning on reopening to guests in a limited capacity on September 28.
Disneyland had originally been planning a reopening date of July 17 but due to a surge in coronavirus cases in the state of Florida, they were unable to do so.
Just last week, Orange County, where Disneyland resides was removed from the state’s coronavirus watch list. With that news, Disney has apparently set their sights on a new date.
California Governor Gavin Newsom has introduced a new list of reopening guidelines that Disneyland must meet prior to reopening to the public.
Disneyland is supposedly comfortable with the new set of guidelines and is looking to move forward with this September 28 date.
In a news conference this past Friday Newsom said that he is looking forward to working with businesses and even mentioned theme parks by name for their reopening plans. California theme parks met with Newsom late Friday afternoon.
To date, Disneyland has canceled all resort reservations through September 12.
In a recent interview Disney Parks Chairman Josh D’Amaro said that Disneyland is “ready to reopen” and will work with California and any guidelines set forth to so safely.
There has been no official word from Disney regarding these rumors.
Stay tuned right here to For The Love of The Mouse for more information as it becomes available.