The phased reopening plan for City buildings and facilities and the first in-person Mayor & Council meeting since March 10 have been announced.
June 29: The 1st floor of City Hall ONLY will reopen to the public. There will be no access to the upper floors of City Hall unless by appointment. The 2nd floor public restroom will not be accessible.
July 7: Mayor & City Council Work Session will take place in the Council Chamber, City Hall. Members of the media and the public will be permitted to attend in accordance with whatever the prevailing capacity guidelines are at the time.
July 13: All City facilities will be reopened to the public, including all floors and the public restroom of City Hall.
The public will be required to wear a mask when conducting business in City facilities. Hand sanitizer will be accessible and masks will be available to those who need one.
The City has gone to great lengths to protect employees the last several months from this virus, and will extend its commitment to keep all who enter City buildings safe, too. Plexiglass panels, where barriers between staff and those doing business did not previously exist, have been installed. Signage and social distancing markers will be posted and affixed in the City Hall lobby and other areas where business is conducted and visitation occurs. All measures will be monitored and are subject to change.