Jamestown City Hall To Reopen On Limited Basis, Park Facilities Still Closed

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JAMESTOWN – Jamestown Mayor Eddie Sundquist announced Friday morning that starting next week city hall will be reopening on a limited basis.

The Mayor says additionally parking enforcement will resume next Tuesday.

Sundquist says that enforcement tickets will be issued for parking meter violations only. At this time, no violations will be issued by parking enforcement for expired registrations or inspections until the Department of Motor Vehicles reopens. City parking garages will also resume normal operations.



All city offices will be open to the public by appointment only and will accept permits, applications and payments. The public is encouraged to continue to use the city payment drop boxes and other methods of payment.

City parks continue to remain open, except for park restrooms and playgrounds, which will remain closed until further notice, the Mayor says.

 



 

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