As of August 20, 2020, Jackson County has been added to the watch list while still in phase two. Click here for more information on the watch list and the status of other counties
Jackson County was approved to enter phase two
on June 5, 2020. Phase two allows for additional opening of higher-risk activities. While we are still in phase two, some additional restrictions have been put into place: masks required indoor and outdoor public spaces for ages 5 and up; restaurants and bars must close at 10 p.m. statewide, face coverings must be worn when exercising indoors, and indoor venues cannot exceed 100 people indoors. For more information, visit the Governor's website
All listed activities must still follow public health guidelines concerning physical distancing gathering size limits, and sanitization guidelines.
City offices are still closed to the general public, but expanded electronic service options are still in place to reduce or eliminate the need for in-person services. Select community services that require person to person interaction are being carefully integrated into Department operations. These will initially be on an appointment basis only. Please call specific departments
for their current status.