The decision comes in line with the UAE's constant efforts to support the preventive and precautionary measures that contain the spread of the COVID-19, aiming to ensure the health and safety of all citizens and residents.
The Sharjah Government Media Bureau said on Twitter, “Contemplate the beauty of the city of Khorfakkan from a height of 580 metres above sea level through the Al Suhub Rest House… Stay tuned for the opening on Eid Al-Adha.”
Thabet Al Tarifi, director general of the municipality, explained that about 13,000 violators and bachelors have been evacuated during 3,000 campaigns,
The authorities called on the public to strictly adhere to all precautionary measures and maintain social distancing to ensure the health and safety of community members.
The new paid parking spots were prepared according to the highest standards as part of the municipality's continued efforts to provide public parking spaces around the clock throughout the city of Sharjah, especially in the vital zones.
The decision was made after a complaint filed through the "Direct Line" programme broadcast by Sharjah TV and Radio about a large number of workers and bachelors were causing disturbance to the families in the area.
Dr Abdullah Ali Al Qaidi explained that the hat is one of the innovative projects adopted by the municipality to preserve the environment and optimise the use of available resources. He added that the municipality has completed about 50 hats as a first stage.
The length of the road leading to the Al Suhub area is 6.5kilometres and includes two lanes for ascent and one for the descent. The road slopes range between three percent and 9.7 per cent, which provide the best safety for visitors.
A group of officials from the municipality paid an inspection visit to Al Muntazah Street to view the agricultural works carried out by the municipality.