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COVID-19 ALERT

City of Allegan COVID-19 CLOSURE
Joel Dye | Updated October 15, 2020 at 2:30PM

The threat of the Coronavirus remains very real. On Thursday, October 15, 2020 an employee of City of Allegan City Hall tested positive for COVID-19. City Hall has been shut down effective immediately and will remain so until further notice. All other City buildings will remain open to the public and functioning under the protocol that has been in place since reopening.

TO PAY YOUR BILLS

  • Pay online at cityofallegan.org
  • Pay over the phone at (269).673.5511
  • Use the City Hall drop box located at the front of the building

 TO REQUEST AN ABSENTEE BALLOT APPLICATION

 TO RETURN AN ABSENTEE BALLOT

  • Ballots may be dropped off at the City Hall drop box at the front of the building

 Absentee ballot applications will continue to be processed daily. If you are a voter who requires special assistances with your application and/or ballot, please contact the clerk as soon as possible and accommodations will be made.

 City Hall employee emails and voicemails are being returned as soon as possible.

 Information around the COVID-19 pandemic is constantly changing. The latest information is available at Michigan.gov/Coronavirus and CDC.gov/coronavirus.

 Joel Dye
City Manager


City of Allegan COVID-19 RESPONSE
Joel Dye | Updated June 15, 2020 at 8:30AM

Allegan City Hall Open to the Public
Beginning Monday, June 15, Allegan City Hall will reopen to the public resuming regular hours.
 
Face masks are required. Limit four people in the lobby at one time. Remain six feet apart. Consider making payments online, over the phone, or via the drop box located at the front of the building whenever possible.
  
If you are in need of assistance, please visit www.cityofallegan.org or call 269.673.5511.
 
Public Resources
Center for Disease Control and Prevention
State of Michigan
Allegan County Health Department

We hope that everyone in the community continues to encourage social distancing and wearing face masks when in close proximity in order to assist in stopping the spread of this outbreak.

Information around this outbreak is changing rapidly. The latest information is available at Michigan.gov/coronavirus and CDC.gov/coronavirus.

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