04/07/2020 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 04/07/2020 07:16
April 7, 2020
Delhi Township, Hamilton County, Ohio - COVID 19 status update
Delhi Township is maintaining operations of the Township and Township offices while observing the Ohio Department of Health Stay At Home Order and respecting the recommended social distancing, personal hygiene and disinfecting recommendations.
Police and Fire personnel are going to respond to emergency calls to 911. While you may not notice any difference, they will be practicing the recommended health experts' personal protective equipment and personal interaction recommendations. Police and Fire personnel are also modifying some of their normal routines to avoid personal interactions that can be handled with technology or telephonically. Our Police are able to enforce portions of the Stay At Home Order but it is not something they will be actively seeking.
Township Departments will remain accessible via phone call or email. While we will be conducting our routine business operations, we ask that you respect the limited ability to personally interact with our staff and call or contact us via email. Our intention is to keep operations running as normal as practical while adhering to orders issued and keeping our employees and residents safe.
All reservations and meetings have been cancelled through May 1st and the Parks Department has closed play structures as ordered by the State Department of Health. Parks and trails will be open but no restroom facilities or vending machines will be available.
Efforts being required and encouraged by the State Department of Health and the Center for Disease Control are focused on reducing the spread of the COVID 19 virus. We support these efforts with our procedures and strongly encourage residents and businesses to do the same.
We will get through this as a community and if you need to contact the Township you can use the following numbers:
|Public Works Department||922-8609|
Stay safe, stay vigilant.
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