NEWBURGH – City Hall and other municipal buildings in the City of Newburgh will officially reopen to the public on Monday, May 17.
- Visitors are required to wear masks at all times while in the building and maintain social distancing. Sanitizers are located throughout all municipal buildings and are available for use.
- If traveling in a group, members of the public are encouraged to limit the number of individuals entering city buildings to only those essential to conducting city business.
- Once business is complete, visitors are to exit the building immediately.
In order for municipal buildings to remain fully reopen, the public is encouraged to follow staff directions as some processes and procedures may have changed since your last visit.
City Hall and the administrative offices located at 123 Grand Street will fully reopen to the public during regular business hours.
The Activity Center of the Recreation Department and the Public Works office on Pierces Road will permit one visitor at a time. Scheduling an appointment in advance of visiting city office buildings is advised.
Despite City Hall reopening, the city encourages residents to continue to use online, telephone, and email options for city services to help prevent the spread of the pandemic. Please keep in mind many government transactions can be conducted via phone, email, and through the City’s website. A complete list of contact information for city staff can be found HERE.
For more information on the reopening and how the City of Newburgh is responding to COVID, please click HERE.