The City of Auburn has closed all City buildings to the public as of 5 p.m. Friday, March 20, in an effort to help prevent exposure to and the transmission of COVID-19. City buildings will be closed until April 5, according to a release from the City of Auburn.
This comes after Gov. Kay Ivey’s request for Alabamians to do their part to help prevent the spread of the virus, the statement reads.
Further closures are possible as City officials continue to monitor the global pandemic, according to the statement.
Water, sewer, public works, garbage collection and public safety services will continue normal operations.
City staff is still available to residents through electronic means through online applications, email, social media and phone.
Anyone with immediate needs that cannot be handled electronically, call the helpline at 334-501-7307.
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