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Stephens City declares state of emergency

16 March 2020 Covid19 Frederick County News


During a special meeting Saturday, the Stephens City Town Council unanimously voted to declare a state of emergency in response to the immediate threat posed to the citizens, visitors and employees of the Town of Stephens City by COVID-19.

For at least two weeks, all Stephens City government administrative offices will be closed to the public until further notice. Town staff will be remain available during regular office hours by telephone or email.

Payments for water and sewer bills, taxes, town decals and other fees may be submitted online, mail, telephone, or through the night drop box at the Town Hall at 1033 Locust Street.

Town Council also suspended all public events and use of common spaces for at least four weeks and has suspended the issuance of Yard Sale Permits for at least four weeks.

Read the full press release here. 

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