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Posted on: January 29, 2021

Visitors to City buildings will see changes on February 1, thanks to newest MDHHS order

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Monday, February 1, 2021, will bring changes at various City buildings, thanks to the newest order (January 22, 2021) issued by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services pertaining to the COVID-19 pandemic.

At City Hall, first-floor capacity for visitors will double including walk-up traffic. Second-floor visits remain by appointment only. We prefer that visitors make appointments to avoid long lines in the cold weather. Entry will be allowed only through the Goddard Road entrance, where visitors should use the intercom and state their reason for visiting. Staff will coordinate contact tracing and sanitizing issues. Visitors must wear a mask and social distance according to floor markings and directional signage. The building will be open between 9 and noon and between 1-5 p.m. If you have questions, call (734) 287-6550.

(Note: City Council meetings remain closed to the public, due to capacity-related concerns. Council meetings are cablecast on Comcast and Wow, and live-streamed on this website. Some other meetings allow public attendance. Please call (734) 287-6550 if you have questions.)

At the Taylor Sportsplex, non-contact sports will resume at 25 percent capacity. All social distancing guidelines and contact tracing procedures in place before the pause will resume. If you have questions, call (734) 374-8900.

The Lake House Bar & Grille, located at the Lakes of Taylor Golf Course, will resume indoor dining at 25 percent capacity. Lake House offers curbside service including popular family meals at very low prices. All social distancing guidelines and contact tracing procedures in place before the pause will resume. If you have questions, call (734) 287-9001.

The Taylor Recreation Center will continue to operate under certain restrictions. If you have questions, call (734) 387-8900 Opt. 2.

Taylor Meadows Golf Course will continue to offer indoor golf simulators under certain restrictions. If you have questions, call (734) 287-8900.

The William Ford Senior Activities Center remains closed to the public, but is still running some programs. If you have questions, call (313) 291-7740.

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