Greensboro Metropolis Places of work are returning to regular opening hours. June 8 | Native information
GREENSBORO – The public opening times for the offices in the city center will be normalized again on June 8, the city announced in a press release today.
The Melvin community office building is open on weekdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. during the coronavirus pandemic. The city is moving to normal opening hours as the state slowly begins reopening.
However, the city’s libraries and leisure centers will follow a different reopening schedule. These announcements will be made separately, the city said.
City manager David Parrish said in the press release that visitors will see “increased security for customer service areas” such as shields, social distancing signs, personal protective equipment and hand sanitizer.
“We are taking these precautions for the safety of the public and our employees,” he said. “As always, we will monitor this schedule and, if necessary, based on local, state, and national trends or additional governor orders.”
Officials are still encouraging people to avoid visiting city facilities whenever possible and instead use other methods such as email and phone calls to contact the city.
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