City Department Information
Effective Monday, May 17, visitors to City facilities will be encouraged, but not required, to wear face coverings, and all Council meetings will return to in person. Visitors and staff will continue to be required to maintain six feet distance.
In the coming weeks, the City will develop plans to further open its facilities, boards and commissions meetings, programs, and services to the public as safe as possible.
Our focus remains on protecting our customers and staff while providing the highest level of customer service. The City will no longer limit visitors to most facilities, though we will continue following these safety measures:
- Encourage face coverings, particularly when physical distance can’t be maintained or member(s) of the public is wearing masks
- Provide hand sanitizing stations
- Perform enhanced sanitization
- Maintain safe-spacing, floor markers
- Require physical distancing
Effective May 17, 2021, all City Council meetings will be conducted in person. Members of the public will continue to be able to provide comments at City Council and boards and commissions meetings in-person as well as virtually, via Zoom or telephone. Written comments submitted prior to the meetings will be circulated to the elected and appointed officials but will not be read aloud.
The City is working to bring its all boards and commissions meetings in person, while providing the same virtual public comment options as Council meetings.