Jamestown Extends Its State Of Emergency Declaration

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JAMESTOWN – The City of Jamestown will be extending its State of Emergency declaration for another 30 days starting tomorrow at 9 a.m.

During this time City Hall remains closed to the public, officials said.








Public garages will be closed and there will be no downtown parking enforcement as well.

Playgrounds and basketball courts also remain closed.









Monthly alternate parking regulations are still in effect, report officials.

 















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2 Comments

  1. Another 30 days? Goodbye businesses that were hanging on by the skin of their teeth, which is just about the whole downtown area!!

    • I agree we need to open businesses. We have so few cases in this area. If we all have to wear masks then we do . We are not NY City

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