LITTLETON, CO — The Littleton Center is set to reopen Monday with strict guidelines to ensure the safety of employees and the public. There will be limited public access to the building, officials said.
The front door of the Littleton Center will remain locked. Some in-person meetings will take place when necessary but by appointment only, the city said. Access will be limited and everyone who goes into the building will be required to bring and wear a mask and practice social distancing. Meeting areas and public spaces will be "rigorously disinfected" throughout the day, officials said.
The city expects to reopen municipal court June 1 for scheduled docket hearings only with strict guidelines for visitors.
The statewide safer-at-home order remains in effect until May 27.
The city council and staff issued the following list of guidelines:
- Stay at home and avoid unnecessary interactions.
- Wear non-medical cloth face coverings that cover the nose and mouth whenever in public.
- Stay home if you are sick or at high risk of severe illness from COVID-19 except as necessary to seek medical care.
- Self-isolate if you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 until your symptoms cease or you receive a negative test result.
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