Waukee Re-Closing City Buildings Over COVID-19 Concerns

WAUKEE, Iowa - The City of Waukee is closing all city buildings to the public Tuesday because of the uptick in COVID-19 cases.

The Waukee City Hall is re-closing, after doing so earlier in the year because of the pandemic.

The building lobby will remain open for document drop-offs, and payment drop-boxes are also available.

Other Waukee city buildings, such as the public library, are restricted to authorized city workers.

If a face-to-face meeting is essential for needs such as notary services and project meetings, visitors are asked to call ahead to schedule an appointment. Masks will be worn by both staff and visitors.

Waukee City Council and the City’s boards and commissions will be conducted electronically beginning Tuesday.

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