Southgate City Hall to limit visitor access

From City Of Southgate

Due to the local increase in COVID-19 cases, Southgate City Hall will be adjusting resident and customer visits. The new rules went into effect Nov. 16.

The city is trying to eliminate any unnecessary contact for the safety of its employees, residents and visitors. Appointments will be necessary to visit City Hall.

The city wants to continue to serve the public the best way possible through the pandemic. All departments will continue to work a full schedule and will be available through phone or email. A drop-box is located outside the main entrance to City Hall for weather bills and other forms of payment.

To visit City Hall, you must make an appointment before arrival. Failure to do so  may result in a delay in service. If you have questions or would like to make an appointment, please call 734-258-3022.

If you are ill, or your appointment can wait, we encourage you to delay your visit.

Here are recommended options to reduce person-to-person interaction:

• For bill payment, please mail, pay online or use the drop box outside City Hall. Online processing fees will be waived for all payments except for taxes.

• Any traditional visit that can be handled through a phone call, online or e-mail is preferred.

• For the latest information from the city, please follow us on Facebook.

• City Council meetings will continue as scheduled on the first and third Wednesdays of each month. Work studies are to begin at 6:30 p.m. with the meeting following at 7 p.m. Residents and visitors may participate through our virtual meeting format on the Zoom portal. Access is posted on the city cable station and city website.

The city of Southgate will continue to serve residents in the best way possible through this health crisis. We will continue to monitor federal and state recommendations and hope to return ot pre-COVID access as soon as possible.

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