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Tuesday, June 02, 2020

昆士市政府6月8日起重開大門

City Hall Services To Re-Open To Public On Monday 
June 2, 2020 
QUINCY - Mayor Thomas Koch announced today that City Hall will re-open for public business on
Monday June 8, with residents encouraged to continue conducting business online or via appointment when possible to help maintain public health and safety amid the coronavirus pandemic. 
Occupancy in the building will be strictly limited to maintain safe social distancing guidelines, and all members of the public will be required to wear a face-covering when conducting business.  A number of safety improvements have been made to the interior of City Hall to help protect both the public and employees from potential exposure.

“The public health data is heading in the right direction in Quincy and the Commonwealth, and
providing the public access to its government is an important symbol of gradually getting us back to
normal,” said Mayor Koch.

While the building will be open, the Mayor encouraged residents to the extent possible to continue to
pay bills, apply for permits and conduct other business via the City’s website, www.quincyma.gov, or by phone.   A number of departments, such as the City’s Clerk’s Office issuance of  marriage licenses, will continue to do business primarily by appointment.  Residents are strongly encouraged to call ahead to individual departments: 

City Clerk: 617-376-1130
Assessors Office: 617-376-1170
Human Resources:  617-376-1066
Purchasing: 617-376-1074
Treasurer/Collector:  617-376-1095

Business in other City Buildings, including the Planning Department at Coddington Hall and
Inspectional Services and Public Works at 55 Sea St. will continue operating as status quo by
appointment. Please call ahead or visit the City’s website for services in those buildings.

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