Notice of Closure
City of Alliance
The City of Alliance is committed to the safety of our citizens. In compliance with the Director of the Ohio Department of Health STAY AT HOME ORDER, we are giving notice of the additional City closures.
These new closures will commence at 11:59 PM, March 23, 2020 and conclude at 11:59 PM, April 6, 2020 unless revised by the Director of ODH.
A copy of the Director of ODH Order can be found on the City website, cityofalliance.com, or at coronavirus.ohio.gov. The order details all covered in the STAY HOME ORDER.
To protect the public as well as City employees, the following closures and modifications have been made.
• All City playground equipment is closed including the skateboard equipment at Memorial Park.
• All Park pavilions and park public assembly buildings are closed.
• The Parks will remain open by the ODH Director’s Order, but appropriate social distancing is required and gatherings of any size are not permitted.
• In-person City meetings are canceled or postponed. Please use our normal telephone numbers or email to contact City Departments and personnel. City phone and emails may be found on the Staff Directory section of the City website: cityofalliance.com
• The delay in the City income tax deadline is under investigation to determine the legal requirements to change the date.
• All entry ways to City buildings continue to be closed to the public with the following exceptions:
*The public entrance to the courthouse/police station on Market Street is at the discretion of the Honorable Andrew Zumbar, Judge. Please refer to the COVID-19 Response Protocols adopted by the Court.
* The Administration Lobby at 504 E. Main Street. Access is open for drop-off of payments/forms only for the Water Billing, Income Tax, and Engineering Departments as announced March 15, 2020. On-line and mail-in options continue as always.
*The public entrance to the Health Department is at the discretion of the Health Commissioner.
• All City services are being maintained.
Please check on the elderly, the sick, and neighbors to make sure they have the help they need. When doing so please remember the requirements for social distancing and disinfection.
We are hopeful all the actions taken by the Governor, ODH, and local authorities will prove to be successful in shortening this pandemic crisis.