City Hall to Reopen May 26

May 12, 2020 / Comments (0)

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City Hall is re-opening on Tuesday, May 26th!
We are excited to welcome you back to City Hall. Since you last visited us a few things have changed.
In order to keep our community and staff safe, we will be opening up City Hall in a series of phases, until it is safe to open City Hall completely.
  • Beginning Tuesday, May 26th, City Hall will be open to the public Monday through Thursday from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM and closed on Fridays.
  • A limited amount of visitors will be allowed in City Hall at any one time.
  • Visitors must wear a face covering at all times while in City Hall and must maintain social distancing protocols.
  • City Hall will only be accessible from the second-floor entrance at the street level on Santa Clara Street. All other entries will be closed to the public.
  • Visitors must check-in at the welcome kiosk for a temperature screening. If cleared to enter the building, visitors must go directly to their intended destination in City Hall. Loitering in City Hall will not be permitted.
  • Our trained staff stationed at the welcome kiosk is ready to assist you with many of your City Hall needs. This means you may not have to enter City Hall to conduct your business.
  • For the safety of staff and visitors, every visitor will be subject to a temperature check upon entry into City Hall. Those with a temperature reading of over 100.0 degrees will not be permitted into City Hall.
Updates related to COVID-19 will continue to be posted on the City’s website at cityofvallejo.net/NCOV.
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Don’t Wait to Call for an Emergency
Since the pandemic emerged in March, there have been fewer emergency calls and increased deaths associated with cardiac arrests. Residents are resisting calling 9-1-1 out of fear of contracting the virus during transportation, or while in a hospital for treatment.
In a recent articleMedic Ambulance paramedic and president Jimmy Pierson reassured the public that each ambulance is “double-disinfected,” and hospitals aren’t as overcrowded as perceived.
The City of Vallejo and the Vallejo Fire Department want residents to know that we are here and ready; do not wait until its too late to call for an emergency.
To connect with Vallejo’s Fire Department, click here.

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