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COVID-19: Facility Closures and Impacts

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City of Coppell facilities are closed to the public and focusing on virtual services for residents. The City of Coppell is committed to providing continuity of government services for Coppell residents while helping ensure our citizens and City of Coppell employees stay safe. With guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Dallas County, the City has cancelled large group gatherings, increased cleaning measures in all City facilities, and enabled work from home for City staff when possible. The City of Coppell is prepared to meet resident needs throughout the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Emergency services will be uninterrupted. The Coppell Police, Fire, and Public Works Departments are fully staffed and have protocols in place to protect first responders so they can continue to serve the community. 

Citywide closures and impacts

Unless otherwise specified, these closures will be in effect through April 30, 2020. The closures are subject to change as circumstances warrant. 

  • All individuals currently living in the City of Coppell are ordered to shelter at their place of residence. For the purposes of this Order, residences include hotels, motels, shared rentals, and similar facilities. To the extent individuals are using shared or outdoor spaces, they must at all times as reasonably as possible maintain social distancing of at least six feet from any other person when they are outside their residence. All persons may leave their residences only for essential activities, to provide or perform essential governmental functions, or to operate essential businesses
  • Essential Activities: 
    • ​Activities or tasks essential to a resident’s health and safety, or to the health and safety of their family or household members (for example, obtaining medical supplies or medication, visiting a health care professional, or obtaining supplies need to work from home). 
    • Activities to obtain necessary services or supplies for a resident’s family or household, or to deliver those services or supplies to others (going to the store to purchase food, pet supply, and any other household consumer products, and products necessary to maintain the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of residences).
    • Outdoor activities, provided that the individuals comply with social distancing requirements of six feet (for example, walking, biking, hiking, running, golfing and tennis​). 
    • Work-related activities providing an essential product or service at an essential business or activities to otherwise carry out activities specifically permitted in the Order. 
    • To care for a family member or pet in another household.
    • To move to another residence either in or outside Dallas County. 
    • Activities related to essential travel, including: 
      • ​Travel necessary to complete essential activities, essential governmental functions or essential businesses functions and minimum basic operations 
      • Travel to care for the elderly, minors, dependents, persons with disabilities or other vulnerable persons 
      • Travel to or from educational institutions to receive materials for distance learning, meals or for other related services 
      • Travel to return to a place of residence from outside the City of Coppell 
      • Travel required by law enforcement or court order 
      • Travel by church staff of clergy to produce material for remote delivery of services and other ministries requiring travel 
      • Travel to attend a funeral service 
      • Travel for a non-resident to return to their place of residence outside of Coppell
  • ​​​Essential Businesses:  
    • For more information on what is considered an essential business, visit dallascounty.org, view Dallas County's FAQs or view Dallas County's Summary Chart.
    • Employees of essential businesses, whose physical presence at the workplace is not essential to operations, are directed to use telecommuting to the fullest extent possible. 
    • Any manufacturer that retools so that a substantial part of its business is for the purpose of manufacturing or producing ventilators, masks and all forms of medical Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) or supply essential healthcare operations may apply for an “essential business” exemption under the Order. Submit requests to BusinessCOVID19@dallascounty.org.
    • Essential healthcare operations, including, but not limited to, hospitals, clinics, dentists, chiropractors, physical therapy, optometry offices, pharmacies, pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, other healthcare facilities, healthcare suppliers, mental health providers, substance abuse service providers, blood banks, medical research, laboratory services, or any related and/or ancillary healthcare services. Home-based and residential-based care for seniors, adults, or children are also considered healthcare operations. Healthcare operations also includes veterinary care and all health and welfare services provided to animals.  
    • Essential  governmental  functions, including all services provided by local governments needed to ensure the continuing operation of the government agencies to provide for the health, safety and welfare of the public. Each governmental body will determine its own essential functions and identify the employees and/or contractors necessary to the performance of those functions. Further, nothing in the Order prohibits any individual from performing or accessin g essential  governmental  functions. This Order does not apply to County, Federal or State Governments.  
    • Businesses conducting essential  critical  infrastructure, including all public and private facilities and assets, including both physical and cyber systems, and other functions and sectors vital to the security, governance, public health and safety of Dallas County. Critical infrastructure includes, but is not limited to, utilities such as electricity, gas, water and wastewater, roads and highways, public transportation, solid waste and recycling collection and removal, oil refining, defense and national security-related operations and manufacturing operations supplying essential items to essential businesses, essential governmental functions and critical infrastructure. ​All manufacturers and distributers must comply with Dallas County’s Rules Manufactures and Dis​tributers. ​Critical infrastructure employees should implement screening precautions to protect employees, and all activities must be performed in compliance with social distancing rules. 
    • Stores that sell groceries and other essential supplies, including grocery stores, supermarkets, warehouse stores, big-box stores, liquor stores, convenience stores, and farmers' markets that sell food products and household staples, among others. This includes stores that sell groceries and also sell other non-grocery products. The sale of self-service food items is prohibited.  
      • ​Designate shopping times for at-risk populations (seniors, pregnant people, and people with underlying health conditions); 
      • Limit the amount of people in a store at once so that social distancing is possible;  
      • Implement an organized line system where people are spaced at least a few feet apart (ideally six feet); 
      • Implement purchase limits on high-demand items (toilet paper, soap, hand sanitizer); 
      • Offer pick up or deliveries of grocery items. 
    • ​​Restaurants  with or without drive-in or drive-through services and microbreweries, micro-distilleries, or wineries may only provide take out, delivery, or drive-through services as allowed by law. In-person service is prohibited. Customers may order and pay inside but are prohibited from waiting inside the restaurant for their food. All food must be brought outside to customers. To allow for increased access to restaurants, the Order also suspends all laws and regulations prohibiting people from walking through a drive-through. View our Restaurant Contact Information page to see which Coppell restaurants offer delivery or takeout! 
    • Businesses involved in food cultivation, including farming, fishing and tending livestock.  
    • Businesses that deliver or ship groceries, food, hygiene products and essential supplies directly to residences or businesses are essential. These businesses must comply with Dallas County’s Rules for Common Carriers, Shippers, Delivery Services and Related Companies.​  
    • Businesses that provide transportation, including operations, maintenance and repair of airlines, taxis, and other private transportation providers (such as Uber and Lyft) that provide transportation services necessary for the performance of essential activities or essential travel.  
    • Gas stations and businesses needed for transportation, including auto supply stores, auto repair and bicycle repair. Auto dealerships may conduct in-person mechanical services and complete online transactions on an appointment basis only. Gas stations and convenience stores are prohibited from selling self-service food items.  
    • Critical trades, including plumbers, electricians, exterminators, janitors, lawn care services, pool cleaners, maintenance and security, and others that provide services necessary to safety, sanitation or essential operations of residences, essential businesses, essential governmental functions and critical infrastructure. Discretionary maintenance or improvement activities are not considered critical trade. Union representatives and their staff, if they represent employees of an essential business, essential governmental functions, or critical infrastructure are considered essential. 
    • Construction, including construction for public works, residential construction, commercial, and schools. Elective additions and maintenance are prohibited. Protecting construction workers from the spread of COVID-19 is extremely important for their safety and for public health. Thus, all construction sites must follow the COVID-19 Safety Recommendations issued by the Construction Industry Safety Coalition. For more information, view Dallas County’s Rules for the Construction Industry.​​  
      • ​​Failure to strictly comply with this Order can result in penalties. Additionally, the general contractor and non-compliant subcontractor can be removed from the essential businesses list.  
    • ​Professional service providers, such as legal or accounting services, when necessary to assist in compliance with legally mandated activities or services necessary to avoid imminent harm to a client. Real estate and inspection services are permitted, so long as they comply with Dalla​​s County's Rules for Real Estate Agents.  
    • Financial institutions, such as banks and related depository financial institutions, credit unions, insurance companies, title companies, payroll and accounting services. Check cashing businesses and pawnshops are permitted so long as they comply with Dallas County's Rules for Financial Institutions. A copy of these rules must be prominently displayed in both English and Spanish in the establishment. A copy must also be provided to each customer in the customer’s preferred language.    ​
    • ​Information technology and telecommunications service providers and their essential service vendors, including the provision of essential global, national, and local infrastructure for computing services, business infrastructure, communications and web-based services, and critical manufacturing, as well as telecommunications services, internet access and broadband/communications services.  
    • ​Businesses providing essential retail, including laundromats, dry cleaners, and laundry service providers, hardware stores, and related facilities. Firearm and ammunition suppliers are considered essential for the purposes of safety and security. Hardware stores and businesses that sell electrical, plumbing, and other materials necessary to support essential businesses, essential governmental functions and critical infrastructure. Essential retail establishments must comply with the Rules for Essential Retail Establishments.
    • Hotels and Motels are considered essential to the extent used for lodging or delivery or carry-out food services.  
    • Providers ofbasicnecessities to economically disadvantagepopulations, including businesses or organizations that provide food, shelter, social services, and other necessities of life for economically disadvantaged or otherwise needy individuals.   
    • Businesses or services necessary to maintain or support essential operations of residences or other essential businesses essential governmental functions or critical infrastructure, including but not limited to mail, shipping and delivery services, warehouse/distribution and fulfillment, storage, moving services, janitorial services, laundry services, computer, audio or video electronics, sanitary equipment and medical equipment. To the extent possible, services must be provided in compliance with social distancing rules. All employers that are common carriers, motor carriers, private carriers, shippers, delivery services, moving companies and contract carriers that load or unload cargo, supplies, equipment or goods at any point located in Dallas County must comply with Dallas County's Rules for Common Carriers, Shippers, Delivery Services and Related Companies  
    • Businesses that supply products needed to work from home  
    • Public and Private Education service providers necessary to facilitate distance learning or perform essential functions are considered essential, provided that they follow the social distancing rules. 
    • News Media, includingnewspapers, television, radio, and other media services.  
    • Childcare facilities providing services or community service providers that enable employees exempted in the Order to work as permitted. Childcare and community service providers must follow the   following mandatory conditions: 
        • Childcare services may only be provided to employees of essential businesses.
        • Childcare must be carried out in stable groups of 12 or fewer "Stable" means that the same 12 or fewer children are in the same group each day. 
        • Children shall not change from one group to another. 
        • If more than one group of children is cared for at one facility, each group shall be in a separate room. Groups shall not mix with each other. 
        • Childcare providers shall remain solely with one group of children. 
      • Animal care providers, including animal shelters, veterinary care, and pet food and supply stores. Grooming, if necessary for the health and wellbeing of the animal, is considered essential. Pet daycare, but only for employees of essential businesses is permitted. To the greatest extent possible, all services must be performed in compliance with the social distancing rules. Animal care providers must also comply with the Rules for Essential Retail Establishments.​  
      • Religious and worship services may only be provided by audio, video and teleconference. Religious institutions must limit in-person staff to 10 people or fewer at one time, and 25 people total per day, when preparing for or conducting video or teleconference services, and all individuals must follow social distancing guidelines, including six-foot social distancing.  
      • Funeral services, including mortuary, cremation, burial, cemetery and related services, provided that the social distancing are followed.  
      • All businesses operating withinthe City of Coppell, except essential businesses, are required to cease all activities at facilities located within thecityexcept Minimum Basic Operations. For clarity, businesses may continue operations consisting exclusively of employees or contractors performing activities at their own residences (i.e. working from home). To the greatest extent possible, all essential businesses must comply with social distancing rules and maintain six-foot distancing for both employees and the general public.   
        • For more information on what is considered an essential business, visit dallascounty.org, view the Dallas County FAQs or view Dallas County's Summary Chart. 
        • Any manufacturer that retools so that a substantial part of its business is for the purpose of manufacturing or producing ventilators, masks and all forms of medical Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) or supply essential healthcare operations may apply for an "essential business" exemption under the Order. Submit requests to BusinessCOVID19@dallascounty.org.  
        • Minimum Basic Operations consist of the minimum necessary activities needed to maintain the value of a business's inventory, ensure security, process payroll and employee benefits or for related functions. Businesses may conduct the minimum necessary activities to facilitate remote working for their employees. All social distancing rules must be maintained.   
      • All public or private gatherings of any number of people occurring outside a single household or living unit are prohibited. Nothing in the amended Order prohibits the gathering of members of a household or living unit.  
      • All elective medical, surgical, and dental procedures are prohibited anywhere in Dallas County. Hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, dental offices, and other medical facilities are directed to identify procedures that are deemed "elective" by assessing which procedures can be postponed or cancelled based on patient risk considering the emergency need for redirection of resources to COVID-19 response.
      • Employers may not implement any rules making a negative COVID-19 test or a note from a healthcare provider a requirement before a COVID-19 recovered employee can return to work. 
      • Due to increased demand for bath or toilet tissue resulting from stock up buying and individuals who purchase for resale, a mandatory limit on toilet paper sales is instituted until the supply chain meets the demand or two weeks, whichever comes first. All sales of bath or toilet tissue occurring in Dallas County are limited to the greater of: (a) twelve rolls per purchase or (b) one package per purchase. This provision does not apply to sale of bath or tissue paper to a governmental organization or essential business. 
      • Due to the public health emergency, the City of Coppell and the Office of the Dallas County Judge hereby advise the Dallas County Justices of the Peace to suspend eviction hearings and writs of possession to prevent renters from being displaced. Nothing in the Order relieves tenants of liability for unpaid rent. Landlords should cap late fees for delayed payment of rent at $15 per month.  
      • All delivery hour restrictions for transport to or from any entity involved in the selling or distribution of food products, medicine, or medical supplies in Dallas County are hereby temporarily suspended. 
      • If someone in a household has tested positive for COVID-19, the household is ordered to isolate at home. Members of the household cannot go to work, school, or any other community function.  
      • Nursing homes, retirement, and long-term care facilities are instructed to prohibit non-essential visitors from accessing their facilities unless to provide critical assistance or for end-of-life visitation.  
      • The sale of the following goods or services for more than the regular retail price the seller charged for the goods or services on March 16, 2020, except where an increased retail price is the result of increased supplier or other costs, is prohibited:
        • Groceries, beverages, toilet articles, and ice;
        • Restaurant, cafeteria, and boarding-house meals;
        • Medicine, pharmaceuticals and medical equipment and supplies. 
      • ​All public, private and commercial laboratories operating within Dallas County and performing COVID-19 testing must report my 5 p.m. each day for the prior 24-hour period: 
        • ​The number of COVID-19 tests performed; and 
        • The number of positive COVID-19 tests.
        • Reports must be made to Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins at clay.jenkins@dallascounty.org and Dallas County Health and Human Services Director Dr. Philip Huang at Philip.huang@dallascounty.org. Reporting laboratories will not provide names or any other identifiable health information that could be used to identify an individual patient. 
The Order authorizes Dallas County Sheriff's Office, the Dallas County Fire Marshal's Office, and other peace officers to enforce the Order. A violation of the Order is a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed $1,000 and/or confinement in jail for a term not to exceed 180 days. 

City of Coppell FacilitY closures & Service Impacts

All City of Coppell facilities, with the exception of the Coppell Justice Center, which is to remain open in case of emergency, are closed to the public through ​Tuesday, April 28, 2020, unless otherwise specified.

  • ​​Coppell Town Center:

    • Coppell Town Center will be closed to the public through Monday, April 20, 2020.
      • ​City Council and Planning and Zoning Commission Meetings: 
        • ​Public meetings – meetings of the Coppell City Council and the Planning and Zoning Commission – will continue as scheduled. All other board and commission meetings have been suspended. 
        • You don't have to come to Town Center to stay up to date with your local government! Residents are encouraged to live stream the meetings or view the recording at their leisure. 
    • ​​Water Bills:
      • If you experience difficulty paying your water bill, please contact Utility Billing at 972-304-3695. You can pay your bills without coming to Town Center:​
        • Residents can pay water bills online.
        • Residents can sign up for bank drafts.
        • Residents can mail payments to City of Coppell, P.O. Box 9478, Coppell, Texas 75019.
        • ​Residents can drop payment off in the secure drop box outside of Town Center, 255 E. Parkway Blvd. The drop box is located next to the book drop in Town Center's north parking lot. 
    • ​Open Records Requests are suspended​.
      • There will be no in-person record request pickups through April 28, 2020 or until further notice. 
      • The City Secretary's Office will continue to fill requests electronically. All open requests that cannot be filled electronically – requests for videos, dashcam footage, and certified records – are on hold. ​
  • ​265 E. Parkway Blvd.

    • ​Community Development: Building Inspections, Planning and Development Services, Environmental Health, Code Compliance and Economic Development
      • All permits, plans and vendor registrations will take place through the Customer Self S​ervice portal.
        • Permits for elective remodeling, upgrades, and replacements that require inspections from the inside of occupied homes is suspended until further notice​.
        • Permits for necessary plumbing and mechanical repairs and replacements will still be issued.​​​
      • ​The Planning Division will not accept zoning, plats or other land use cases.
      • Contractor Registration forms can be found online. Please email completed Contractor Registration forms to inspect@coppelltx.gov
      • In-home inspections involving water heaters, HVAC units, minor repairs, and roofs suspended.
        • Inspections for external improvements such as for fences, accessory structures and emergency utility inspections will continue. 
      • ​At this time commercial inspections will still take place.
    • Engineering
      • Appointments with City of Coppell Engineers will be by appointment only. Call 972-304-3679 or email engineer@coppelltx.gov for more information. 
      • Engineering-related service requests may be made by calling 972-304-3679 or emailing engineer@coppelltx.gov
      • Engineering inspections will continue as projects dictate.
  • ​​Coppell Service Center

    • The Coppell Service Center will be closed to public access.
    • Public Works Operations and Utilities can be reached at 972-462-5150. 
  • ​Coppell Justice Center

    • Police services will be uninterrupted. 
    • The lobby of the Coppell Justice Center remains open. 
    • The Police Department Records Window will be closed. 
      • Requests for Accident Reports and one's own Arrest Records can be made:
        • By contacting police@coppelltx.gov.
        • Via the United States Postal Service. Mail your correspondence to the Coppell Justice Center at 130 Town Center Blvd., Coppell, TX 75019.
        • Secure drop box: deposit correspondence to the Justice Center. The drop box is located to the left as you enter through the main entrance at 130 Town Center Blvd., Coppell, TX 75019. The Coppell Justice Center lobby remains open to the public.
        • Once the request has been processed, a receipt will be sent by USPS or email. A valid email address and phone number must accompany any requests for verification purposes. 
        • All other types of requests can be made online at coppelltx.gov/online-services/requests-for-public-information​. 
    • ​​​Municipal Court:
      • ​All dockets, trials and hearings at the Coppell Municipal Court have been postponed through May 8, 2020. Jail hearings will proceed as normal. 
      • Public service windows to pay court fines will now be closed to the public. The Court has the following payment options available:
      • Secure drop box: deposit payments or correspondence to the Court. The drop box is located to the left as you enter through the main entrance at 130 Town Center Blvd., Coppell, TX 75019. The Coppell Justice Center lobby remains open to the public.
      • Mail your payment or correspondence to the Coppell Municipal Court at 130 Town Center Blvd., Coppell, TX 75019.
      • Full payments can be made using the Court's online payment option at: www.payco​ppell.com.
      • Call: 972-304-3650
      • Fax: 972-304-3639
  • ​Coppell Fire Stations

    • Fire and Emergency Medical Services will be uninterrupted. 
    • All Coppell Fire Stations are limited to emergency operations and are closed to non-emergency public visits and programs.
    • Life Safety Park is closed to the public. All planned activities during this time have been suspended. The playground at Life Safety Park is also closed. 
  • ​Parks and Recreation Facilities:

    • Due to facility closures and in compliance with current regulations limiting gathering sizes, indoor and outdoor rental applications will not be accepted until further notice.
    • For inquiries related to Parks and Recreation facilities, please call 972-462-5100.​​
    • The Coppell Senior and Community Center is closed to the public. Please contact Coppell Parks and Recreation at 972-462-5100 regarding rental reservations. 
    • The CORE is closed to the public. All planned activities during this time have been canceled. 
    • Wagon Wheel Tennis Center is closed to the public. There will be no private lessons during this time. 
    • The Biodiversity Education CenterNature Explore play space and the public restroom at the Biodiversity Education Center are closed to the public. All planned activities during this time have been suspended. 
    • Coppell Nature Park remains open, including the trails. We urge you to continue to practice social distancing measures when in the park on the trails.
    • Rolling Oaks Memorial Center will be holding scheduled services and meeting with families in need of services. The columbarium will remain open during normal operating hours for family visitation.
    • At this time, all Coppell parks and green spaces remain open.  Per current rules regarding social distancing, gatherings are prohibited anywhere in the City of Coppell. 
    • All public restroom facilities, drinking fountains and playgrounds in Coppell parks are closed.
    • The Waggin' Tails Dog Park is closed. 
    • Basketball and volleyball courts are closed. 
    • The Life Safety Par​k playground is closed to the public.
    • The City is unable to disinfect park equipment and furnishings in a manner to totally eradicate the potential spread of COVID-19. We urge you to continue to practice social distancing measures when in the parks or on the trails. Users must follow the No Gathering guidelines and maintain six-feet of space from others. ​​ ​
  • ​Cozby Library and Community Commons:

    • The Cozby Library and Community Commons is closed to the public. All planned activities during this time have been suspended. 
  • ​Coppell Animal Services:

    • Coppell Animal Services is closed to the public. 
    • Animal adoptions will be by appointment. Residents wanting to adopt should call 972-304-3515 for more information. ​​​
  • Trash and R​ecycling Service​
    • At this time, there will be no changes to the regular trash and recycling collection schedule, but Republic Services has implemented a few changes in their services in order to keep their employees safe and healthy during the public health emergency. 
      • ​​Please do your part to keep these essential service providers safe! The following measures are being put into place to limit chances of exposure to COVID-19 and keep Republic Service employees fit to serve you.
        • ALL regular waste MUST be bagged. Waste may also be bagged and placed in a containerized refuse bin/cart. Republic will not pick up any refuse that is outside of bags​. Residential customers are allowed a maximum of 10 bags of solid waste per service day. Each bag should weigh no more than 40-pounds. 
          • ​Recycling may remain loose if placed in a recycling bin. 
        • The bulky item pickup program has been suspended until further notice. Bulk waste consists of any materials not easily contained in a trash bag – and therefore not normally disposed of in a trash bag – such as, but not limited to, swing sets, furniture, oversized acceptable solid waste and brush too large to be cut and packaged per yard trimming guidelines. 
        • Due to the safety concerns related to the bulky trash, City of Coppell staff will not be collecting these items. 
    • ​In order to ensure that sanitation and public health standards are maintained while also minimizing the impact to residential refuse disposal services, the City of Coppell will temporarily allow residents to drop bulk waste in the temporary dumpsters at the following locations:​ 
      • The CORE – 234 Parkway Blvd.
      • Coppell Service Center – 816 S. Coppell Rd. (behind Life Safety Park, 820 S. Coppell Rd.)
      • Coppell residents may also dispose of waste at the Camelot Landfill, 580 Huffines Blvd., in Lewisville. Call the landfill at 972-492-3888 for hours of operation and requirements. Residents are permitted to dump one-ton of waste per month at the Camelot Landfill, free of charge.​
    • For questions about this change in service, call 972-462-5177.​
  • ​General Municipal ​Elections 
    • The Coppell City Council voted to cancel the May 2, 2020 election for City Council Places 1 and 7 and postpone the general municipal election until November 3, 2020.​


City of Coppell Event & activity Cancelations 

  • All planned activities at the Biodiversity Education Center have been suspended. 
  • All planned activities at the Cozby Library and Community Commons have been suspended. 
  • All planned activities at Life Safety Park have been suspended. 
  • All planned activities at Wagon Wheel Tennis Center have been suspended. 
  • All planned activities at The CORE have been suspended. ​
  • All planned activities at the Coppell Senior and Community Center have been suspended. 
  • EarthFest scheduled for Saturday, April 18 has been canceled. 
  • CozbyCon scheduled for Saturday, April 18 has been canceled.
  • Old Town Anniversary: Party on the Lawn scheduled for Friday, May 1 has been canceled.
  • Food Truck Frenzy scheduled for Saturday, May 9 has been canceled.
  • The Arts Center Grand Opening activities scheduled from May 14-16 have been postponed. 
  • All CPAC community initiatives have been suspended. 
  • Citizens on Patrol activities have been suspended. 
  • Women's Self-Defense classes have been canceled. 
  • Junior Police Academy activities have been suspended.
  • The Police Department vs. Fire Department softball game has been postponed. 
  • Coffee with Cops has been canceled. 
  • Teen Diversion activities have been suspended. 
  • The Explorers program activities have been suspended.
  • The General Municipal Election scheduled for May 2, 2020 has been postponed until November 3, 2020. ​