In Wake of COVID-19 Developments, City Council President and Clerk’s Offices Announce Reduced Hours; Urge Residents to Call Ahead Instead of Visiting City Hall

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Yonkers City Clerk Vincent E. Spano

YONKERS, NY- March 15, 2020— In light of recent developments regarding COVID-10 (Novel Coronavirus), the City Council President’s and Clerk’s offices will be adjusting employee work hours in order to maximize safety without diminishing productivity or efficiency for the residents of Yonkers. Both offices are also asking that residents call ahead before attempting to visit City Hall.

The City Council President and Clerk’s office still be available via telephone, and e-mail with a skeletal staff Monday through Friday between 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. The Clerk’s office will also be suspending Tuesday late hours until further notice.

Until further notice, the two offices will implement a combination of working from home, as well as staggering shifts in an effort to minimize potential exposure.

Anyone with issues pertaining to the Clerk’s office is being asked to call for information, as the public is prohibited from coming into the office at this time. Most requests can be fulfilled via mail.

Please note that the upcoming Rules meeting will be conducted telephonically.

The City Council President’s office: (914) 377-6060.

councilpresident@yonkersNY.gov

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Clerk’s Office:  (914) 377-6020.

cityclerk@yonkersny.gov 

 

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