City Managerís Office FAQs

 

Is City Hall open?

City Hall is closed to the public until at least March 29th. City employees continue to report to work as usual, however telework policy is in effect.

 

 

Are any city buildings open?

All city offices, facilities and buildings are closed to the public. This includes city hall, Treasurerís Office, Commissioner of the Revenueís Office, Voter Registrarís Office, Office on Youth and Community Center. This will remain in effect at least until Sunday, March 29th. The Appomattox Regional Library System (ARLS) has closed all of their library locations until April 6, 2020.

 

 

Are city events, programs, meetings or activities still scheduled?

All city sponsored events, programs, classes and activities scheduled during this time are canceled.

 

 

Are restaurants open?

At this time, the Governor of Virginia has mandated all restaurants, fitness centers and theaters to significantly reduce their capacity to 10 patrons or close. Restaurants are encouraged to continue to carry-out and takeaway options. For a list of the City of Hopewellís restaurants offering delivery, drive-thru, togo or carryout services, please visit www.hopewellva.gov/COVID19meals.

 

 

Should I cancel my upcoming party/meeting/gathering?

Governor Northam told Virginians to avoid non-essential gatherings of more than 10 people, per federal guidelines. This does not include normal operations at essential services such as manufacturers, distribution centers, airports, bus and train stations, medical facilities, grocery stores, or pharmacies.