City Schedule Announced for Week of May 11-15

Here is the schedule for City of West Plains’ buildings and services for the week of May 11-15:

*City Hall Lobby – Will Remain CLOSED to the Public. Utility customers can pay online at westplains.net, by phone at 256-4818, use the drop box at the front of the building, or pay at a West Plains Bank & Trust Company or Wood & Huston Bank drive-thru from the 1st of the month to the 20th of the month. Please have your statement with your payment.

*West Plains Civic Center – Will Remain CLOSED to the Public. The pool and fitness center will reopen with limited occupancy on May 18.

*Jimmie Carroll Sports Complex/Park Play Structures – Will remain CLOSED to the public, although parks and trails are open for walking.

*North Terra Golf Course Pro Shop – Is now OPEN to the public with a maximum of six people, including employees, in the building at one time. Golf carts will be limited to one-person per cart. League play will begin May 18.

*Ozark Heritage Welcome Center – Will remain CLOSED to the public.

*Solid Waste Transfer Station – Is now OPEN to the public, with recycling reopening May 11.

*West Plains Public Library – Is only available through a pick-up/book return process, which is from 10 am- 5 pm Monday-Friday. No reservations for pickups will be made on Saturday. Reservations can be made online or by phone at 256-4775. A limit of 10 items/customer will be allowed, and materials will be placed in the front hallway of the Library once the customer arrives for pick up. Doors will remain locked to the general public this week, and only unlocked for customers arriving to pick up their materials in the hallway.

*West Plains Transit – Has transitioned back to short routes, and is now using the transit bus to help customers socially distance six feet apart. Customers can still call 256-1241 if they need a ride.

*West Plains Police Department – Maintaining normal operations.

*West Plains Fire Department – Maintaining normal operations.

The City of West Plains strongly encourages residents to stay at their place of residence unless performing essential activities for their household, and follow social distancing requirements even outdoors.

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