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City announces more facility closures

City Council meetings in the Public Safety Complex will remain open to the public.

 
Series: Coronavirus | Story 20

Last updated 3/13/2020 at 5:15pm

Mayor Mike Nelson on Friday, March 13, announced more closures of City facilities in response to rising cases of COVID-19 in the community in an effort help slow the spread of the virus.

Beginning Tuesday, March 17, and until further notice, all facilities at City Hall and Public Works will be closed to walk-in customers. The Development Services Department will provide permit assistance by appointment only.

City Council meetings in the Public Safety Complex will remain open to the public.

Staff in all departments will continue to support residents via email and telephone for all other services.

The Frances Anderson Center, Meadowdale Clubhouse, and Edmonds Plaza Room will remain closed. All classes and rentals are now canceled through April 27.

All City-sponsored, nonessential meetings or gatherings will remain canceled until further notice.

The Edmonds Municipal Court will remain open, but will announce changes in their services shortly.

"I understand these closures may be an inconvenience, but we must prioritize the public's safety during these exceptional times," Nelson said in a news release.

 

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