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The City of Coldwater and Board of Public Utilities offices (Henry L. Browne Municipal Building) will be closed to the public until further notice due to concerns and recommendations regarding COVID-19 (Corona Virus). The offices will be fully operational during this time. The change is intended to help protect employees who operate necessity city operations and utility services, as well as protect the general public. This will become effective at 8:00 AM tomorrow, Tuesday, March 17, 2020.“This is one of the many measures we are taking to help mitigate the transmission of COVID-19 in Coldwater. By doing this, we hope to better protect both our employees and residents. If you have something you usually visit City Hall to do, such as pay utility bills or meet with the City Clerk, we ask that you do so online or over the phone. In addition, the utility will not process any service disconnections for non-payment until further notice. We hope that this eases some residents’ worries.” – City Manager, Keith Baker. For more information on City events and facilities that are either canceled or closed, as well as general information on how the City is responding to concerns regarding Covid-19, visit www.coldwater.org/637/COVID-19 and follow the City’s social media pages. For immediate customer service needs, direct your concerns to our Customer Service Department at (517) 279-9531.
The City of Coldwater plans to re-open this facility on May, 1st pending further developments.