Staff taking appointments at Sequim Civic Center

The Sequim Civic Center, 152 W. Cedar St., will open to the public for limited in-person appointments beginning Monday, April 12, city officials said this week.

In-person appointments will be available on Mondays and Tuesdays from 12:30-3:30 p.m. to accommodate cleaning procedures.

“The city will continue to evaluate procedures and may make additional adjustments in the future based on the Governor’s Healthy Washington phasing plan,” city representatives said in an April 5 press release.

To make an appointment contact the department you need to work with directly:

• Public works: 360-683-4908

• Department of Community Development: 360-683-4908

• Finance/utility billing: 360-683-4139

• Police (on-emergency): 360-683-7227

• City Manager’s Office, communications and marketing, city clerk, legal: 360-683-4908

The Sequim Civic Center will continue to have reduced staff in the building.

Members of the public are asked to limit visits to the civic center and continue to conduct business remotely by phone or via the internet whenever possible.

Those with appointments will have to wear masks and have their temperature checked and verified they have no COVID-19 symptoms, complete a sign-in and out log and sanitize hands upon entering the building. Those who are unable or unwilling to follow

Call 360-683-4908 for more information.

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