Menifee city hall to close temporarily to make adjustments

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MENIFEE – The City of Menifee leadership announced today, in response to recent orders from Riverside County Department of Public Health limiting public meetings to no more than 10 people in a room, that city hall will temporarily close on Wednesday, March 18 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., to pedestrian foot traffic.

City staff will take the necessary time to responsibly set up required safety measures internally to continue to process key projects, and provide the vital services that residents/businesses and the development community have come to expect as well as, provide the necessary training for city staff as it relates to COVID-19, ensuring that both the health and safety of the public and city staff remain top priorities of the city.

City Hall will open at 5 p.m. March 18 to the public for the regularly scheduled city council meeting, with limitations of occupancy in the council chambers, due to the orders received by the Riverside County Department of Public Health.

The city of Menifee requests residents to livestream the City Council meeting from an alternative location if possible, and it is recommended to submit public comments prior to City Council meeting by 5 p.m. March 18. Those wishing to submit comments, are asked to email: publiccomments@cityofmenifee.us.

When submitting comments please submit the following: Full name and item number on the agenda speaking on, or if it’s a general comment. Additionally, a public call in-line has been set up, as an alternative means of participating in the city council meeting.

Those wishing to provide a live public comment on an agenda item or make a general comment may do so by calling: 623-404-9000; then entering meeting ID# 149-036-8954. Callers will be guided in the process of when and how to comment and participate in the City Council meeting.

The city of Menifee remains committed to taking responsible precautions to help prevent
the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), while also maintaining the necessary business to keep Menifee moving.

To watch meetings online, please visit the city’s website www.cityofmenifee.us and search “AGENDA, MINUTES AND VIDEOS,” and click on “CITY COUNCIL” and click the icon VIDEO.

Submitted by the city of Menifee