Geneva City Buildings Reopen To The Public

Geneva City Buildings Reopen To The Public

As part of the Phase 4 “Restore Illinois” plan, Geneva city buildings have reopened. The public, however, is strongly encouraged to continue conducting city business by alternate means whenever possible.

All visitors are required to wear a face covering and complete a screening questionnaire prior to admittance to any city building. The public visiting hours for each building are:

The city recommends calling in advance of visiting any city building to determine if their business may be accomplished over the phone, email, online, U.S. mail, or through the city’s utility bill payment drop boxes. People can report non-emergency concerns and find a city staff directory online.

City NewsPeople seeking a building permit should review the Community Development Department’s submission requirements.

In-person meetings for the Geneva City Council and other advisory boards have resumed in compliance with the state’s Phase 4 guidelines. Individuals planning to attend a meeting will be required to wear a face covering and complete a screening questionnaire prior to gaining admittance to the meeting.

Meeting agendas will list any additional special instructions/protocols that may be in effect for that particular meeting.

For the latest Phase 4 and coronavirus information, visit the city’s COVID-19 response web page.

SOURCE: city of Geneva news release