On Saturday, March 21, 2020, Wyandotte County issued a new public health order requiring residents to stay inside except for essential needs. This order goes into effect 12:00 a.m. Tuesday, March 24 and will remain in effect until April 23, 2020. This order comes after a recommendation from the County Public Health Department and its Chief Medical Officer. Its purpose is to slow the rate of community spread for the COVID-19 virus by significantly reducing public gatherings and increasing emphasis on social distancing measures. A link to the full press release is provided in the link below.
Local government functions are noted as essential operations during this period. Beginning Monday, May 23, Edwardsville City Hall administrative staff will be applying a modified work schedule to reduce staff overlap and allow for remote work options. City Hall will remain closed to the public, but staff will be available to take calls and answer questions during regular business hours on Monday, March 23. Changes to this scheduled will be communicated in a like manner. Callers may experience increased wait times depending on call volume.
For court related calls, you can speak with the Municipal Court Clerk from 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. That number is 913-356-6018. You may also e-mail email@example.com
To process utility bill payments, trash/recycling questions, or other general questions or complaints, please call 913-356-6000, extension 1. If a staff member is not immediately available, please leave a message with your name, contact number, and reason for calling and the office will reach back out at its earliest convenience.
To speak to the Assistant City Manager/City Clerk, please dial 913-356-6002 (main office line) or 913-660-4599 (mobile line).
Thank you for your patience as we aim to continue to serve the citizens of Edwardsville while also providing a safe and healthy work environment for our employees.