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City of Billings changes hours of operation

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Posted at 10:23 AM, Mar 30, 2020
and last updated 2020-03-30 13:20:00-04

BILLINGS - The City of Billings on Monday announced changes in its service and hours of operation.

Effective immediately:

 City Hall operates Tuesday and Wednesday: 7am – noon; vulnerable populations are asked to come from 7am-9am.

 Police Department Front Window services offered Tuesday and Wednesday: 7am – noon.

 All fire stations and City/County 9-1-1 Center remain closed to the public.

 Municipal Courts will continue to operate as scheduled. In response to the ever-changing dynamics related to COVID-19 virus, Judge Sheila Kolar has implemented numerous actions to ensure the safety of the City of Billings residents. For more information, please visit:https://ci.billings.mt.us/115/Municipal-Court

 Community Development offices remain closed to the public.

"These modifications are to ensure best practices of social distancing," the city said in a press release. "During these unprecedented times, the City appreciates your patience as we continue to develop the best service models. The safety and well-being of our community, customers, and staff is a top priority."

Visit coronavirus-response-billings.hub.arcgis.com/ website for more information, or contact Gavin Woltjer, woltjerg@billingsmt.gov with questions.