Two week freeze that affects Durham – November 18 to December 2

Washington County Public Health has issued a statement in English and Spanish in response to the governor’s two-week freeze.

City Hall services will be delivered remotely as much as possible in response to Governor Kate Brown’s “Two-Week Pause” and statewide “Two-Week Freeze.”  The governor’s pause for Washington County began on Nov. 11 and the statewide freeze begins Nov. 18.

Although essential functions are still being provided at City Hall, staff is taking immediate actions to limit person-to-person appearances unless absolutely necessary.  City Hall is closed to the public.  The public is urged to access city services through telephone or email.  Meetings of the Council and Planning Commission will be held remotely for the rest of the calendar year.

Posted on November 13, 2020