As you all know, we are in uncharted territory with the current Covid-19 outbreak. The situation is fast-moving and serious. And as the Council and I have always stressed, public safety is our number one priority.
I want to update you briefly on the City’s plan to continue to provide City services and critical public safety. The Council met Monday and we reviewed the City plan, and Chief Swartzkopf discussed the police plan.
Beginning on Monday, March 16th, we will be implementing the City’s plan, which involves dividing our staff into two teams. The first team will staff City Hall, the second will work from home. This ensures that we do not create a situation where all staff are singularly exposed. We will maintain this plan until circumstances are clear enough to return to regular operations.
During this time, there may be a reduction in some City services. We plan on making this as imperceptible as possible, but we want to be transparent that you may notice some difference, and as the situation evolves, we will keep you updated.
I also encourage you to use the resources on the County and CDC websites:
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Thank you and please do not hesitate to call City Hall or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.