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UPDATE 11/17 -- After the new Michigan Department of Health and Human Services epidemic order announced Sunday - which takes effect Nov. 18 - Full Blast will be completely closed to the public for the duration of the three-week order. We hope to reopen the facility on Dec. 9. The information below remains in place.
In an effort to help stop the community spread of COVID-19, and protect city staff and neighbors, city leaders will close some facilities and in-person services for the rest of November.
The city’s Clerk, Code Compliance, and Inspections services already are available only by phone and online, and will remain so when the rest of the closures take effect.
Please note the following changes, to take place from next Monday, Nov. 16, through Monday, Nov. 30. Beyond November, city staff will re-evaluate both the community’s COVID-19 status, and the positive cases and contacts among city staff; 36 employees have tested positive since the start of the pandemic.
Please note the following immediate information, specific to Code and Inspections services, to help everyone get what they need:
Stay current with the city’s COVID-19 response plan, and news from the joint pandemic response with Calhoun County at battlecreekmi.gov/coronavirus.