Jacksonville buildings reopening Tuesday
The City of Jacksonville will resume the phased reopening of City buildings Tuesday, June 2.
Most City buildings were closed since March 25 as a result of reducing the exposure to COVID-19, and now they will open to the public again with some additional precautions Tuesday.
Some areas of the Jacksonville City Hall will not be open to the public as a result of the phased opening, and special rooms will be used to meet with the public. In person payment of utility bills and permits will be permitted.
Visitors to the City Hall will be required to register as they meet with City Staff.
On Monday, June 1, the City Hall and other City Buildings were closed as a precaution to some of the violence that had been seen around the nation. There was no specific threat to Jacksonville structures.
The city of Jacksonville will close all city buildings Monday as a precaution due to national and regional violence.
City staffers will go to work as usual. The city will still answer phones, web requests and e-mails, but in person interactions will not take place, except through the city's drive up window service at city hall.
They say the action is precautionary and no specific threat has been identified for the city of Jacksonville.