Mar 23, 2020
The health and welfare of our community is extremely important to us. In support of the governor’s emergency declaration and state efforts to ensure that public health resources and authority are aligned, Mayor Michael B. Hancock is expanding efforts already underway to protect residents in our community from COVID-19.
On Friday, March 20, 2020, Mayor Hancock amended the city’s public health order to require that all gatherings of more than 10 people be canceled or postponed until after at least May 11, 2020. While the order is in place, CPD will continue to work on current projects as social distancing allows. We know that face-to-face dialog remains a valuable component of any public process, but while current circumstances are keeping residents at home, we encourage those who can to advantage of online options to continue to engage in city projects.
Help us curb the spread of COVID-19 by engaging with us online.
We are committed to maintaining quality customer service while social distancing recommendations are in place; however, it is possible customers may experience delays as we adjust.
Please assist us in these efforts by conducting as much business remotely as possible and contacting us by email, as many of our staff are now teleworking.
Please review the following information about upcoming meetings and visit the relevant project webpages for information on how to participate online. CPD provides online alternatives whenever possible and will continue to do so residents can participate remotely if they choose to do so.
We are working to determine our options for in-person meetings while limits on such gatherings are in place. Please do not hesitate to reach out to your case manager if you have any concerns.