City Announcements Related to COVID-19

City of Dover Offices are open to the public. Please note: We are operating at reduced capacity due to the Governor's Orders for the safety of our staff and community. All city buildings require masks to be worn.

Additional service changes and announcements can be found below. 

THE HIGHLIGHTED TEXT IS THE LINK TO THE CONTENT OF EACH ANNOUNCEMENT



City Clerk's Office: 

April 27, 2020 -   The April 27, 2020 City Council Meeting will be held electronically.
The public participation information is at the following link: WEBEX LINK
or Dial 1-408-418-9388 Event number/Access code: 717 879 730
Event password: DOVER

March 23, 2020 - AGENDAS AND MEETING CANCELLATIONS -  Meetings and Agendas 

March 23, 2020 - FOIA NOTICEState of Emergency Declaration amends Freedom Of Information Act Guidelines  
                                         
Change to FOIA During State of Emergency Declaration


City Manager's Office Announcements
:
  All general closings of facilities and general messaging from the City Manager  
   
June 17, 2020  Addendum for ALL Special Event Permit submissions Addendum to Special Event Permit during COVID 19 and State of Emergency

    June 10, 2020   City Offices are open; notice can be found HERE

Community Letter from Mayor Robin R. Christiansen and City Manager Donna S. Mitchell
    
March 21, 2020  A letter to you regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) in our community Letter to our community


Department of Public Works
:   Trash Recycling and Yard Waste notice
   
   
August 3, 2020      Due to hurricane Isaias trash and recycling postponed for 8/4 please see info HERE

   July 15, 2020         Summer Clean Up (Replacing Spring Clean Up) Details can be found HERE

    May 20, 2020        Bulk household trash, yard waste and bulk yard waste will resume starting on May 26th.
                                      Click here for more details Notice of updated service changes


    
March 21, 2020     Notice Announces the postponement of Spring Cleanup.


Electric Department: 
  To schedule site inspections, disconnects etc - for information on your utility bill please scroll down to the Utility and Billing information post
       March 27, 2020   Contact information and instructions on scheduling during the COVID-19 Electric Department Procedure


Fire Marshal's Office:
Information pertaining to the City of Dover Fire Marshal's Office changes in procedure due to COVID-19
       
MAY 1, 2020  Please email Fire marshal Jason Osika with any questions regarding your buildings occupancy load/capacity at josika@dover.de.us
        MARCH 27, 2020  For information on plan review, DAC, Fire permits, Fire Alarm testing, sprinkler systems and more Changes for Fire Marshal
        MARCH 29, 2020  Applications and Guidelines for Temporary Use of Expanded Outdoor Seating Per COVID 19

Human Resources: Information for our Human Resources Department pertaining to contacting them
       March 30, 2020 
If you need to contact Human Resources Department Contacting HR during COVID19

Library: Dover Public Library Service Changes
     July 2, 2020  Renewal update on library materials can be found here Renewal Information
     
June 10, 2020  Wireless printing is now available for information please readWireless Printing info
     June 3, 2020  
Curbside pick up is here! Curbside Information
   
May 21, 2020   All programs at the Library will be held virtually, till further notice. Library Update
     May 12, 2020   Holds suspended till June 1st and all materials auto renewed till June 1. Requested materials and Auto renewal Information
     April 3, 2020     Auto renewal of library materials information can be found here  Auto Renewal Information

     March 30, 2020  CLICK HERE for Library closure information


Parks and Recreation
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Information pertaining to Parks and the Playgrounds
       May 21, 2020       Summer camps have been cancelled. Summer Camp Cancelled
      
April 3, 2020        Basketball courts are closed  Closure Notice
      March 30, 2020
    All playgrounds closed for the Dover Parks  Playground Closure
      March 30, 2020   Soccer Information Click here


 

Planning, Inspections and Code Enforcement:  Information regarding ongoing operations for contractors, landlords etc
       May 11, 2020     Updated meeting notices for Planning Commission Mtg Session 1 and 2 and the Board of Adjustment Meeting. Historic District Commission Mtg scheduled for May 21, 2020 has been cancelled. Updated Meeting Notice
       May 11, 2020     
Land use inquiries for the Downtown Development District incentive Program please click here on  Updated information.
      
March 30, 2020  Upcoming Mtg Cancellations Board of Adjustment Historic District and Planning Commission Meeting Cancellations
                             
 Project Applicants for Planning/Zoning and Land Use Planning Zoning and Land Use

       June 30, 2020  How to schedule an inspection, submit permits or plans and additional contact information - Planning and Inspections Information  

Police Department: Changes at Dover Police Department to protect our community and staff 
     
 March 30, 2020    Information regarding Dover PD Police Information
       
March 30, 2020    How to report a crime online Online reporting


Tax Assessor's Office:
  Information for senior and Disability Applications and for Attorney's Needing Deed Stamps      
       June 25, 2020       
Tax Office Hours and Availability can be found HERE
      March 23, 2020
       Tax Office Seniors/Disability/Deed and Appeals information


Utility and Billing Information for Electric and Water Accounts from Customer Service

     June 10, 2020 
Customer Service Lobby is now open for information and guidelines click  HERE
     May 8, 2020     
New drive thru hours and disconnection/late fee information available Updated information for Customer Service Department
     March 30, 2020 
If you need to have service connected  How to set up new service

Water/Waste Water Division: 
Stagnant, or standing water can cause conditions that increase the risk for growth and spread of different bacteria. When water is stagnant, hot water temperatures can decrease to the Legionella growth range (77–108°F, 25–42°C). Stagnant water can also lead to low or undetectable levels of disinfectant, such as chlorine. 

CDC information:
8 steps to take before your business reopens for your water system can be found by clicking here CDC information

Environmental Science Policy & Research Institute (ESPRI) provides guidance on flushing your building’s plumbing can be found at this link Building Water Quality and Coronavirus


For continuous coverage of the latest news of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Delaware please visit the State's official page here State of Delaware Coronavirus (COVID-19) this page is run and updated by the State of Delaware. We are linking to it in order for you to have information that may directly impact you, quickly available, in one area. For any issues pertaining to the state's website please contact the State of Delaware.