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The original item was published from 3/19/2020 8:34:00 AM to 3/19/2020 9:00:25 AM.
Posted on: March 19, 2020
[ARCHIVED] COVID-19 Update: Essential City Services
What city services are available during the State of Emergency?
PUBLIC SAFETY SERVICES
- City Police Department, Fire/EMS Department, and vital Public Works staff will continue to operate as normal.
- Call your health care provider FIRST if you have any concerns over your health and possible exposure to COVID-19.
- Emergency, Call 911
- Police Department Non-Emergency, Call 518-584-1800
- Fire Department Non-Emergency, Call 518-587-3599
- Eileen Finneran, Deputy Commissioner of Public Safety, Call 518-265-6485
PUBLIC WORKS SERVICES
- Vital Public Works staff will continue to operate as normal
- Dispatch, Call 518-584-3356
CITY HALL SERVICES - No In-Person Services
- Vital Records - Marilyn Rivers, Director Risk & Safety, Call 518-210-3243
CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS:
- The City Council will hold its regularly scheduled meetings, but the public will not be allowed to attend in person until further notice.
- Meetings will be live streamed through our website and our Facebook page and recorded for availability in the Agenda Center.
- Email Mayor Kelly’s office with questions or comments they would like to have entered into the record.
- Finance will be communicating regarding City payments taxes, utility bills, etc.
HUMAN RESOURCES & CIVIL SERVICES:
- No in-person appointments at City Hall.
- Lisa Shields, Deputy Mayor, Call 518-414-2118
- No in-person transactions at City Hall.
- Intake of new applications is suspended.
- For active applications, staff is working remotely
- City Land Use Boards meetings are cancelled for at least the next two weeks, until further notice.