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Posted on: April 2, 2020

Town of Windsor Extends Closure of Town Hall in Response to Coronavirus Public Health Emergency

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In response to continuing risks of exposure to the coronavirus (COVID-19) and the recent extension of the Shelter-in-Place order by the Health Officer of Sonoma County, Town offices will remain closed to the public through May 3, 2020 or possibly longer. Facilities closed to the public include Town Hall, Public Works offices, the Community Center, the Senior Recreation Center, Huerta Gym, and all parks. 

During this emergency, essential services such as police, fire, water, sewer, trash collection and other vital functions will continue to be provided to the community. Essential government services will be carried out by employees working at home to the extent possible in accordance with orders from the County Health Officer.

Town Council and Commission meetings will resume featuring new video conferencing and telephonic conferencing technology that allows the Town to adhere to social distancing requirements, follow the Governor’s Executive Order N-25-20 (which suspends certain requirements of the Brown Act), and provide a way for the public to provide public comment live during the meeting without attending in person.

For the latest information about the coronavirus in Sonoma County and advice from health experts on prevention and care, call 2-1-1, text your zip code to 898-211 or visit www.socoemergency.org.

Updates on how the Town of Windsor is helping to keep the community safe and informed in regards to the coronavirus can be found on the Town website (www.TownofWindsor.com), Facebook page (www.facebook.com/TownofWindsorFan), and Nextdoor (https://nextdoor.com/profile/35570691/).

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