The zoo’s walkway also has tape and arrows to keep people apart. Assistant Supervisor Alex Brassard said everyone is happy to finally be open again. Staff said the zoo is only allowing one third of its capacity to enter at a time and visitors must stay socially distant for themselves and the animals. BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — The holiday brought the first weekend of reopening for the Ross Park Zoo, but it came with new safety precautions for both people and animals. “A lot of people are glad to just get out and do something, there have been a lot of smiling faces throughout the zoo,” he said.