Paducah city facilities continue to be closed due to COVID-19
PADUCAH, Ky. (KFVS) - The City of Paducah closed its facilities, including City Hall, on November 20.
As of Thursday, December 10, city officials say the facilities will remain closed through the end of December.
If the county falls out of the red zone, or if the number of cases of COVID-19 is trending downward, the plan is to reopen city hall and other buildings to the public on Monday, January 4.
This closure is based on the directives in Kentucky’s Executive Order 2020-968.
City facilities include the lobby of the Paducah Police Department, fire stations, Public Works Department lobby, and the Parks & Recreation Department offices are closing to the public.
City services will continue.
Those needing to contact the City should use other means including phone, email, or online.
Below are a few ways to contact City government:
- Property tax payments are still being collected.
- The general information phone number for City government is 270-444-8800.
- If you need a permit through the Fire Prevention Division, call Fire Prevention at 270-444-8527.
Also, City of Paducah holidays are December 24, 25, 31 and January 1.
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