The Safer at Home order has been extended until May 26th, 2020. What does this mean for you, our residents? We will continue to provide you with the same excellent service that we have provided during this pandemic. We will update you as soon as we can have operations back to normal. As far as the rest of the state, the Safer at Home order includes new guidelines:
- The extension does allow some businesses to reopen despite the Safer at Home order.
- Libraries can now do curbside pickup of books.
- Golf courses can open, though all clubhouses and pro shops need to stay closed. Tee times and payments need to be handled over the phone or online.
- Lawn care and some external construction work will be allowed under the new order, as long as it can be done by one person.
- Arts and crafts stores will be allowed to offer curbside pick-up for materials used to make masks and other protective equipment.
- Business designated by the order as “non-essential” can now offer deliveries, mailings and curbside pick-up. Employers are expected to notify workers if they will be needed for these tasks which the governor’s office referred to as “Minimum Basic Operations.”