Town of Geneva
Town Hall Reopening Plan
Beginning: Monday, June 1, 2020.
Hours: Monday to Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
All persons entering must have a mask or face covering that covers nose and mouth; remain at least 6 feet from any other person in the lobby; and use the opening in the reception window to transact business. No one is allowed outside of the lobby without prior permission and an appointment.
Persons without masks can leave payments or forms in the white drop box off the parking lot by the flag pole.
Sanitizer will be available in the lobby for those entering and in the reception office for town employees. The town hall is cleaned daily.
Until further notice. These conditions are subject to change based on changes in circumstances or applicable directives.
For further information contact Town Clerk Lori Naegele, 315-789-3922, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Supervisor Mark Venuti, 315-789-3922, email@example.com.
Resources for Reopening
As our region begins its reopening, you may find the following sites resourceful:
https://forward.ny.gov/industries-reopening-phase includes information regarding Phase 1 reopening
http://visitfingerlakes.com/reopen is a toolkit site for our businesses working on reopening including checklists. This site is continually developing with new content. Do you have something you would like to include here that might be helpful? Email Val at Valerie@visitfingerlakes.com
http://www.nysedc.org/event/covid-19-updates-and-resources/ has more information and resources. Contact NYSEDC with questions on what businesses qualify for reopening. Our regional office information:
Finger Lakes Region - firstname.lastname@example.org
400 Andrews Street - Suite 300
Rochester, NY 14604
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