4/28/2020 City Information Update

UPDATE ON CITY BUILDINGS – CLOSED TO PUBLIC WALK-INS THROUGH MAY 15TH: Fayette City Hall, the Fayette Police Department and the Fayette Community Library will continue to do our part in helping to minimize the spread of COVID-19 by limiting face to face contact. To continue to meet Governor Reynolds recommendations, the public will not be able to come inside and communicate face to face at these public facilities through the end of the day on Friday, May 15th, 2020. At that time, we will re-evaluate the situation and extend the date if need be. We not only want to protect ourselves, but we want to protect YOU, too. These facilities will not be closed. We encourage people to call or email to communicate with city employees and officials. City employees will still be working during their normal hours at this time and assisting everyone through the telephone, email and mail.

UPDATE ON GOVERNOR REYNOLDS MOST RECENT PROCLAMATION ON 4/27/2020: I do want to stress that things are changing quickly, so if you have any questions or concerns, please dial 2-1-1 for clarifications or questions on the most recent proclamations. Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds signed a new proclamation yesterday and I wanted to clarify some things. Fayette county, which includes the city of Fayette, is still under the same restrictions that have been in place and the restrictions have been extended until May 15th. That means restaurants, fitness centers, bars, salons, playgrounds, campgrounds, etc. are still closed.  Restaurants are still able to provide carry-out/drive-through/delivery orders, as they have been doing. The proclamation also indicates that a gathering of people inside parked cars, trucks, or other enclosed motor vehicles shall not constitute a gathering of more than 10 people if no more than 10 people are inside each vehicle, all people remain inside the vehicle at all times. It is still strongly encouraged that all vulnerable Iowans, including those with preexisting medical conditions and those older than 65, in all counties of the state to continue to limit their activities outside of their home, including their visits to businesses and other establishments and their participation in gatherings of any size and any purpose. You may still use recreational trails and take walks/bike rides around town, but please use social distancing and other recommended guidelines to help minimize the spread of COVID-19. Again, if you have specific questions or need clarifications, we recommend you call 2-1-1. 

FAYETTE COUNTY RECYCLING BINS/LANDFILL: Fayette County Recycling Bins/Landfill: The Fayette County Transfer Station/Landfill (10275 Kornhill Road) will resume operations May 1, 2020. The transfer station will be open regular hours Monday-Friday, 8am-3pm, and the 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month from 8am-11am. All materials delivered is self-unloading. The recycling bins will begin to be placed in the communities on May 1st. Please ensure that all recyclables are placed in proper compartments and free of plastic bags, films and Styrofoam. You may contact the Fayette County Transfer Station at 563-425-3037 for further questions.

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