City of Mountain View COVID-19 Response

The City of Mountain View announced Parks & Recreation, the Library, and the Airport are not considered essential during the pandemic crisis. With this in mind, the City of Mountain View will institute the following:
1. Beginning April 8, 2020
a. All the public bathrooms, pavilions, and playground equipment located in the city parks will be closed for public use.
b. The pro shop and public restrooms at the golf course will be closed. Patrons may continue to use the course as long as they observe the social distancing requirement of 6 feet. 
c. The library will close. The drive thru will no longer be open.
d. The lobby at the airport will be closed. The fuel station will remain open for public use.
e. The Senior Center will suspend hot meals and will only provide frozen meals at this time.
2. Beginning April 13, 2020
a. The Sanitation Department will suspend operations at the recycling center. During this time, the number of bags allowed will be increased to 4 bags per week. If patrons want to continue to recycle, recycle bags will be available but the City asks that residents store the recyclables at their residence until the week of April 27. The Sanitation Department will continue to run trash and cardboard routes at the regular schedule.
3. The City is postponing spring cleanup until this fall. They will announce the new date once it has been set.
4. City Hall will continue to remain closed to the public. To make utility or court payments, use the drop boxes located at the corner of the building and in the parking lot behind city hall.
These changes will remain in effect until midnight April 24, 2020.

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