City Hall’s lobby, originally scheduled to potentially open back up April 6th, will now be closed until further notice. We apologize for this inconvenience, however we still have limited office staff in the building during regular business hours. There is also a utilities drive up window located on the north side of the building where you can make payments as well as a drop box for all after hour payments. Please feel free to call City Hall if you have any questions at 636-475-4452.
SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS – Check out The Small Business Owner’s Guide to the CARES Act. Provided by the US Senate Committee on Small Business & Entrepreneurship, this Guide offers a lot of information about programs and initiatives that are currently, or will soon be, available to small business owners dealing with the COVID-19 crisis. Stay safe!
There have been two changes and/or clarifications to the Stay at Home Order.
To view the updated order in full, please click here: 20-030.4 Joint Stay at Home Order (002)
*Section (a) and (x) has been modified to say, “Massage Parlors and Massage Therapists”
*Section (u) has been modified to say, “Child Care Facilities”. The previous limits on Child Care Facilities have been removed at this time.
Mr. Gannon and Ms. Vollmar also released a video last evening with answers to some Frequently Asked Questions regarding COVID-19. Please click the link to view: https://youtu.be/qKdXE-PwYSY
Please see the press release below. There have been 3 confirmed cases of COVID-19, or Coronavirus, in Jefferson County. With the Stay At Home Order in effect, limited Administration staff members are available at City Hall to answer any questions you may have, however, many day to day activities have been temporarily suspended. For more information, we encourage you to call City Hall during regular business hours (Monday – Friday 8:00AM – 4:30PM). Stay safe, everyone!