City Hall closures related to COVID-19 response
Fifth, sixth floors closed until further notice
As we continue our proactive response to COVID-19, Mayor Tim Hanna has declared the fifth and sixth floors of City Hall will be closed to the public starting at 8 a.m. Thursday. Departments that will no longer be accessible in person, include the City Clerk's Office, Human Resources, Health Department, Mayor’s Office, City Attorney’s Office, Inspections, Information Services, Finance and Community & Economic Development.
Essential City staff will still be in the office and all departments in City Hall will still be accessible by email and phone. This order does not impact our police department, fire department, utilities departments or our Parks, Recreation and Facilities Management department.
Our first floor finance department customer service area will be fully-staffed and available to the community. Any in-person visitors to City Hall will be directed to that area for assistance. Staff from finance and public works will be available on the first floor.
For payments of taxes, city service invoices, parking tickets or any other city-related payment, we have a number of options including mail, online or outdoor drop boxes. Those details can be found on our website.
All non-essential staff not working on our COVID-19 response teams, will be working from home until further notice.
Our Emergency Operations Center will remain fully staffed throughout this public health emergency.
We realize these changes are an inconvenience, but we are making them with the health of everyone in our community in mind. Please exercise patience with our staff and with each other during this difficult time.