Duluth reopens City Hall to public by appointment only
The city of Duluth began reopening City Hall to the public Wednesday by appointment only.
Only select departments are taking in-person appointments, including planning and economic development as well as construction services and inspections. Appointments can also be made with Duluth Human Rights Officer Carl Crawford.
Residents who need to meet with city staff can do so from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and must enter through the main doors facing Priley Circle, according to a news release from the city. Upon entering, residents will verify their appointment with a customer service representative at a welcome desk that's been created.
Everyone who enters City Hall must wear a mask and first complete a health screening questionnaire the public can access by taking a cellphone photo of a QR code. A customer service representative will assist people who don't have a smartphone. Those who don't have a mask will be provided one.
Every morning before opening, City Hall will be cleaned and the customer service representative will clean intermittently, the news release read. Restrooms are available on the first floor. Those who need to pay parking tickets must do so electronically, according to the city.