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Posted on: March 30, 2020

City extends its closure of facilities to the public

Victoria Public Library

The City of Victoria is extending the closure of its facilities to the public through April 30 to align with the latest recommendations to extend social distancing procedures through the end of the month. All scheduled events at City facilities will be canceled during this time.

The City will still provide services remotely as it has since it first closed facilities to the public on March 21. 

“Keeping the facilities closed to the public is our best way to encourage the public to practice social (physical) distancing,” City Manager Jesús A. Garza said. “The health and safety of our City employees is also of the utmost importance, and we have shifted our internal operations to also limit in-person interaction between employees.”

The City will continue to evaluate the COVID-19 situation to determine whether the closure needs to be extended further.

Information about how to access City services remotely can be found at www.victoriatx.gov.

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