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Posted on: March 25, 2020

Events Cancelled Due to Disaster Declaration

Disaster Declaration

A disaster declaration was issued due to the COVID-19 pandemic. All City events, programs, and classes are cancelled through May 13.

  • City offices are closed to the public. Business with the City can be conducted through our online services found on our city website or over the phone. Appointments can be made on an as needed basis at the discretion of City staff.
  • The Robert & Lee DuVall Center is closed for public use through the duration of the disaster order. All community programs have been cancelled and refunds will be provided to those who have already signed up to participate.
  • City parks and trails are open however playgrounds, restrooms and drinking fountains are closed.
  • The Kids Kastle Community Build project will be postponed to a yet to be determined later date.
  • All City recreation programs, classes, events and activities are cancelled through the duration of the disaster order.
  • Senior All Star programming, events, and trips has been suspended through the duration of the disaster order.
  • The Easter Egg Hunt, scheduled for April 4, is cancelled.
  • PFC Aaron M. Hudson Memorial Bridge Dedication that was to take place on April 18 will be rescheduled.
  • Paper Shredding Day, scheduled for April 23, is cancelled.
  • The Highland Village Art Festival, scheduled for May 2, has been postponed to September 26.

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