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City of Mauldin to Modify Operations in Response to COVID-19

By March 16, 2020No Comments

The City of Mauldin will modify its operations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.   All essential City services will continue uninterrupted, including but not limited to Police, Fire, Sanitation and Sewer services.  However, in continuance of the City’s effort to follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines  for planning, preparing and responding COVID-19, effective Monday, March 16, the City will modify operations out of an abundance of caution to promote the safety of its residents and employees.   These operational modifications include:

Ray Hopkins Senior Center

The Senior Center will close until April 6, 2020 to assist in mitigating any potential COVID-19 outbreaks.  Staff will re-evaluate the Center’s operations during the closure, which may be extended past April 6, 2020, if warranted.

Recreational Activities

All recreation activities, inclusive of youth baseball, softball, lacrosse, flag football and adult basketball, will be suspended until April 6, 2020.  Staff will re-evaluate the recreational activities during the suspension period, which may be extended past April 6, 2020, if warranted.

Event Cancellations

The Egg Drop Event, scheduled for April 4, 2020, has been cancelled.  

Sports Center

The Sports Center hours of operations will be amended to 7:30am – 5pm, Monday – Saturday.  The Center’s hours of operation on Sundays will not change.  This change will allow for a more frequent cleaning regime for the Sports Center by using a commercial grade cleaner to disinfect all Center areas (e.g., conference rooms & common areas) multiple times a day.

Permits and Business Licensing

Residents and Businesses are encouraged to request assistance for permits and business licenses by phone or online.  Business license payments can be made online.

The City will increase the frequency of cleaning and sanitizing common areas, restrooms, and gathering areas at all City facilities.

For the latest news, please visit the City’s COVID-19 web page.