Phase 2

Library Plan

 Stage 3 - ACTIVE 

  • Books continue to be quarantined
  • Common seating areas and meeting room remained closed
  • Maximum capacity monitored
  • Regular hours resume
  • Restriction on time spent in the library is lifted

Parks and Recreation

 Stage 2 - ACTIVE 

  • Recreation staff working from offices, however working from home is permitted.  At least one staff member will be in the office for answering phones.
  • Park Staff works in small groups
  • Activity Center is open with limited hours, limited programming, reduced room availability, and increased cleaning
  • Plexiglass shields installed at front desk
  • Playgrounds, Restrooms, Skatepark, reopen
  • Facility Rentals Allowed
  • Sports Complex reopens for practices  and leagues                                                                         
  • Rentals of facilities begin
  • Limited programming
  • Softball Complex Concessions open-limited

City Hall Plan

 Stage 2 - ACTIVE 

  • Staff begins working from offices; however, working from home is permitted
  • City Hall doors continue to be locked; however, public allowed in the building by appointment/must be accompanied by staff member
  • Submittals/Payments still accepted via phone/US mail/E-mail, but also in person at City Hall by appointment
  • Plexiglass shields installed at front desks
  • Inspections continue with six-foot physical distancing
  • City Council, Planning & Zoning Commission and Board of Adjustment meetings resume in the Council Chambers with six-foot physical distancing measures
  • Pre-development meetings  done in digital format or at  Activity Center with six-foot physical distancing
  • One on one meetings in offices permitted with six-foot physical distancing


 Stage 2 - ACTIVE 

  • Limited physical distancing restrictions apply.
  • Staff continues to limit the foot traffic in the office area, where staff is broken in two separate groups working at different job sites.  
  • Streets office closed to the public.  Public allowed to meet by phone or video conference.
  • Brush facility continues to have a limited opening by only accepting yard waste and brush. Hazardous and electronic waste may only be accepted if the City can meet the requirements of private companies accepting the waste.  Multiple lanes are continued to be facilitated in the drop-off zones to ensure physical distancing restrictions apply to customers.