Vancouver city manager extends duration of six emergency orders

Decision extends the closure of Vancouver City Hall, the Water Resources Education Center, all fire stations and all police department lobbies to public access through June 22

VANCOUVER — Vancouver City Manager Eric Holmes Friday issued Emergency Order No. 2020-13, extending the durations of several existing orders. The order is effective immediately. It will be reviewed by Vancouver City Council at their regular meeting Mon., May 18.

Vancouver City Manager Eric Holmes has extended the closure of Vancouver City Hall, the Water Resources Education Center, all fire stations and all police department lobbies to public access through June 22. Photo by Mike Schultz
Vancouver City Manager Eric Holmes has extended the closure of Vancouver City Hall, the Water Resources Education Center, all fire stations and all police department lobbies to public access through June 22. Photo by Mike Schultz

Emergency Order 2020-13:

  • Extends the closure of Vancouver City Hall, the Water Resources Education Center, all fire stations and all police department lobbies to public access through June 22. Public access to non-emergency police services will still be available by appointment.
  • Extends provisions encouraging remote attendance and increased physical distancing at Vancouver City Council meetings through June 22.
  • Extends the city’s internal Temporary Telecommuting Policy for staff through May 31.
  • Extends suspension of the requirement that staff make daily financial deposits through June 22.

The full text of all City emergency orders can be viewed online at www.cityofvancouver.us/coronavirus.

Information provided by city of Vancouver.

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