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WEST HAVEN, June 18, 2021 — City Hall is fully reopening to the public for in-person business next week, Mayor Nancy R. Rossi announced.
Starting Monday, June 21, City Hall will return to in-person operations from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday — except for the tax office, Rossi said.
The tax office will operate from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Those paying by cash must pay at the counter inside the office on the first floor of City Hall. Those paying by check, credit card, debit card or money order must pay at the window outside the office on the Campbell Avenue side of the building.
Rossi said the Department of Parks and Recreation at 190 Kelsey Ave. will also resume normal operating hours from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
To enter City Hall, employees and visitors may only use the west entrance on the Savin Avenue side of the building, across from the dental office, city officials said.
Health Director Maureen B. Lillis said face masks are still required for adults and children who are not vaccinated.
Visitors must sign in with the security guard, noting the time and location where conducting business, and sign out when business is done, officials said.
Those uncomfortable with conducting business inside City Hall can still do business at the windows outside the assessor’s and tax offices on the Campbell Avenue side of the building and the window outside the city clerk’s office on the Savin Avenue side.
People are encouraged to continue using online payments and the drop box at the 355 Main St. entrance of City Hall.
In-person board meetings held at night will resume in July. Details are forthcoming.
Rossi and other city officials will hold a soft reopening of the Allingtown/West Haven Senior Center on Thursday, July 8, followed by a grand reopening at a later date.
The Department of Elderly Services’ senior shuttle service will also resume July 8.
To request a free recycling bin, call the Department of Public Works at 203-937-3585. A staff member will leave a bin with the guard at the west entrance.