Some Harpersville facilities to remain closed through May 15
FROM STAFF REPORTS
HARPERSVILLE – With the threat of the spread of COVID-19, the town of Harpersville is continuing to take precautionary action to ensure the health and safety of both residents and staff.
Under the advisement of federal, state and county agencies, the following locations will remain closed to the public through May 15:
- Harpersville Community Center
- Harpersville Senior Center
- Harpersville Municipal Park
The Harpersville Public Library will resume normal operating hours beginning on Monday, May 4. Social distancing measures will be observed.
“We encourage all citizens to utilize the library’s public computers to complete the 2020 Census,” Town Clerk Jonathan Seale said in a press release. “Please call (205) 644-6331 to make an appointment.”
The Harpersville Municipal Court docket scheduled for May 14 has been postponed. Call (205) 672-9961 Ext. 3 to schedule a new court date.
The Harpersville Municipal Court Office will continue to accept payments.
The Harpersville Senior Center will continue to provide homebound meals.
Town Hall and the Harpersville Water Board will remain open for regular business during normal business hours.
To minimize human interaction, only one customer at a time will be allowed in the lobby area.
“We strongly encourage our citizens to practice social distancing by conducting business via phone calls, email, U.S. Mail or the utilizing the drop-box,” Seale said. “Town leadership will continue to monitor the situation and update the status of all town facilities as more information becomes available. Thank you for your patience and cooperation during this unprecedented time. We encourage all citizens to refer to CDC.gov, Coronavirus.gov and AlabamaPublicHealth.gov for the latest updates and information on COVID-19.”
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