Huntingburg closes all city facilities to publicMarch 23, 2020
UPDATE: As was announced, in accordance with Holcomb’s Executive Order, all Huntingburg City Park public facilities are closed. Families will be able to go outside and use trails to take a walk, run or bike ride, but they should continue to practice social distancing by remaining 6 feet away from other people. Playgrounds are closed because they pose a high risk of increasing spreading the virus.
From Local Sources
HUNTINGBURG — The City of Huntingburg will close all city facilities to the public, effective at 5 p.m. today. This includes all city parks and the Huntingburg Transit System until further notice.
During this time:
• City employees will be available to answer phone calls and emails. If there is essential business, it will be done by appointment only;
• All emergency response departments, including police, fire, and emergency services will remain operational;
• Public meetings such as City Council, Board of Public Works & Safety, etc. will continue as scheduled; and
• Utility bills may be paid by mail or placed in the drop box outside the Utility Billing Department window at any time.
Please follow the CDC preventative measures to help control and contain the spread of the COVID-19 virus, which included limiting gatherings, keeping social distance from others, frequent hand washing, and covering sneezes and coughs. For more information, please visit: www.cdc.gov.
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