MENIFEE – Menifee City Hall reopened to the public Monday, June 22, after closing in March and operating as a virtual City Hall to help slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
City Hall is available for walk-ins Monday through Thursday, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., and the offices continues to operate virtually Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Appointments are strongly encouraged to avoid lines and save time, and residents can continue to use the city’s “Zero Stop Shop and Virtual Permit Center” to streamline customer service and processing of projects.
The City Hall lobby was reconfigured to align with the governor’s safety guidelines, which includes floor markings, maintaining social distancing and limited seating capacity that can be easily sterilized, plexiglass at service counters and general COVID-19 safety etiquette. Visitors are required to wear face coverings and to be prepared to check their temperature with a zero-touch method when entering City Hall and answer a quick questionnaire on COVID-19 symptoms as a way to ensure the health and safety of all visitors and employees.
Menifee’s “Skip the Line” services at virtual City Hall continues to be available through the city’s website at http://cityofmenifee.us/612/Virtual-City-Hall-Permit-Center. For visitors looking to make an appointment, change an appointment or check wait times at City Hall, download the QLess app from their mobile phone device’s app store.
Menifee, which has a population of 97,093, had 220 confirmed cases of the coronavirus and six deaths from COVID-19 as of Wednesday, June 17. Riverside County has had 11,951 confirmed cases, 399 deaths and 6,341 recoveries.
Submitted by city of Menifee.