WASILLA— Wasilla Mayor Glenda Ledford recently released the latest COVID-19 update, announcing that several city owned businesses will return to normal business hours and services starting Monday, Jan. 4.
Masks and other face coverings along with other social distancing measures will still be required inside these facilities under the current face covering directive, according to the update. Walk-ins are allowed, and each patron is asked to keep six feet of distance from other people at all times. Contactless transactions over the telephone or an online service are still available.
The following businesses were mentioned in the update: The Menard Sports Center, Wasilla Public Library, Wasilla Museum and Visitor Center, and Wasilla City Hall.
The Menard Center is returning to normal operations. Those interested in learning more about mitigation plans for scheduling events and renting rooms are asked to call 907-357-9100 for more information.
The Wasilla Library is returning to their normal operations and continuing to offer curbside services.
The Wasilla Museum is also returning to normal business hours and services.
City Hall will be open during their regular business hours Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Public meetings such as council, boards, and commissions are open to the public, but the total number of people allowed in the Council Chambers is still limited to slow the spread of COVID-19. Visitors are required to wear face coverings and maintain a six foot distance from others.
“Thank you for your continued patience as we navigate together and reopen City of Wasilla buildings,” Ledford stated in the update.
Those looking for more information on how to livestream a public meeting or how to provide written and telephonic testimonies can contact the City Clerk’s Office by calling 907-373-9090 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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