The City of Flint continues to respond proactively to the threat of COVID-19 to our community, our state and our country. Responding quickly with preventative measures to help slow the spread of coronavirus remains our top priority. This administration will continue to work with our local, state and national partners as well as top advisers from the medical community to make informed decisions designed to help protect all our residents.
Flint City Hall will temporarily close to the public effective Tuesday, March 17, 2020. Essential city services will continue and all departments have established alternative means of doing city business whenever possible.
Mayor Neeley is also recommending all local businesses, places of worship, and other gathering spaces to voluntarily limit the size of their gatherings.
“The health, safety and welfare of our residents and our employees is and always has been our guiding principle,” Mayor Sheldon Neeley said.
- Executive Order 20-003: City of Flint Executive Order on Coronavirus-Curfew
- Nestlé Waters increases water donation to Flint to provide for most vulnerable
- National Guard to sustain the workload to provide food, resources for Flint community
- Grants of up to $10,000 are available for Flint small businesses
- Flint Mayor Sheldon Neeley issues advisory asking residents to adhere to self-imposed shelter in place
- Flint City Council will hold an Electronic Public Meeting on Monday, March 23, 2020
- City of Flint launches webpage to help residents find community resources
- Flint City Hall temporarily closing to the public effective Tuesday, March 17, 2020
- Executive order on public meetings
- Declaration of state of emergency
- State of Emergency Press Release
- City of Flint issues emergency health alert to all residents