As California faces a spike in COVID-19 cases due to the Omicron variant, Vallejo City Hall will be closed to the public from Jan. 10 to Feb. 28, the city announced on Friday.
City Council, Board and Commission meetings will still occur in-person, and doors will open to the public 30 minutes prior to the session. Citizens can also attend meetings online via the links in the meeting agendas. City Council will consider switching to completely virtual meetings in their next session on Jan. 11.
City departments can be reached by phone, online or through virtual appointments Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. City Hall and the Housing Division’s drop boxes for paperwork regarding housing, planning, building, public works, water billing, legal documents and other claims are still open.
Residents can pay their water bill online or in person at the dropbox to the left of City Hall.
Community members in need of a building permit can email email@example.com, call (707) 648-4328 or access the city webpage at https://www.cityofvallejo.net/online_services/central_permit_center/online_permitting.
The Vallejo Police Department lobby, at 11 Amador St., will also be closed. Residents can file a police report at vallejopd.net/get_services.