To reduce the spread of COVID-19, we encourage you to continue to access City services online, and through email and telephone as much as possible. However, beginning May 10, 2021, we will be re-opening City Hall to the public on a limited, appointment-only basis.
What to Expect
When you arrive for your appointment, use the intercom to notify staff of your arrival.
Before entering, City staff will conduct a health screening, including a questionnaire and a temperature check. Those who exhibit symptoms outlined in the health screening will not be admitted.
All persons entering a City facility are required to wear a face covering. Please maintain a minimum spacing of six feet between you and others when using City facilities during your appointment. To ensure that visitors can maintain physical distancing, the City has installed barriers at public counters and rearranged waiting areas to allow people to wait or sit while maintaining physical distance.
Anyone using the elevator must maintain appropriate physical distancing and wear a face covering. Hand sanitizing stations are located at all public entrances. Please wash your hands frequently. Staff will clean and disinfect surfaces and objects throughout the day to help maintain safe and healthy conditions for everyone at City Hall.
Staff will undergo a health screening and temperature check daily upon arrival at City Hall, and any staff with symptoms will be sent home. City staff are required to wear face coverings and wash their hands frequently.
At this time, City Council meetings, as well as Committee and Commission meetings, will continue to take place virtually. In short: we encourage you to take care of City business online, via email or telephone. If you need to visit City Hall in person, please make an appointment, and be ready to follow the health protocols, so we can together help keep everyone safe and healthy.
Visitors will be required to make an appointment online.
Select a service from the options below to make your appointment.