St. Peters City Hall will reopen its west wing to the public on Monday, June 1, 2020, with social distancing guidelines. The City of St. Peters plans to open other portions of City Hall to the public in phases over the next month.
City Hall has been closed to the public since March 25 due to the COVID-19 coronavirus. Many facets of City business are available remotely through online services or by phone. The City of St. Peters continues to encourage the public to do City business remotely whenever possible.
Also please keep in mind that St. Peters City Hall is a polling place for the election on Tuesday, June 2. The City of St. Peters encourages voters to cast their ballots, but also asks visitors to avoid coming to City Hall on June 2 for non-election business.
For the first two weeks of June, visitors will be limited to the west wing of City Hall. Beginning June 15, visitors will be allowed to enter the City Hall lobby.
City Hall access is expected to return to normal procedures on July 1.
Visitors are asked to enter City Hall from the west entrance, where the Cultural Arts Centre is located. Markings will be placed on the floor to help maintain social distancing in lines.
The Cultural Arts Centre will remain closed due to a restroom renovation project; however, events and meetings will resume June 1 in the banquet rooms in the west wing of City Hall under social distancing guidelines.
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