Sonoma County and other municipalities will also transition to providing essential services only and many of the County and cities’ facilities will be closed to the public. These temporary and precautionary suspensions of non-essential operations are an effort to protect County and City employees and the community by limiting person-to-person contact. The City is committed to providing the necessary and essential services for public health and safety.
The closure of City Hall is anticipated to continue until Monday, April 6, 2020. However, the public health situation is changing rapidly. The City of Cloverdale like the County and other municipalities will continue to evaluate circumstances on an-ongoing basis in consultation with the Sonoma County Public Health Officer, and in coordination with State Health officials and the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services. As the situation develops, the closure may be extended or modified as necessary to slow the spread of COVID-19 to the maximum extent possible.
City Manager David Kelley executed an Emergency Proclamation declaring a local emergency in Cloverdale at 5:30 pm on Sunday, March 15th. Please visit www.cloverdale.net for updated information about the closure of City Hall.
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