Thursday, November 19, 2020

City hall is open but health restrictions continue in effect

While Northville City Hall is open, residents and citizens are encouraged to conduct business online and by phone, email, regular mail and by using the drop box in the vestibule or circular drive. These actions will help minimize the risk of catching or spreading COVID-19 in an indoor building, officials said. Inside city hall, masks must be worn; a mask will be provided to anyone who does not have one. Plexiglas now surrounds the reception desk and visitors are advised to keep 6 feet apart from others.

Place markers have been installed on the floor in the front lobby to guide social distancing.  The public is asked to refrain from using the city hall restrooms and the drinking fountain is not in service. 

The elevator is in use but officials urge visitors to use the amenity only with those in their family or alone. More information about city services is available from the city manager's office at (248) 449-9905 or send an email to info@ci.northville.  

Emergency notifications from Nixle will also be posted to Facebook, officials said