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Warrensburg, MO (March 17, 2020) – Following the Governor’s and Johnson County Commission’s issuance of a State of Emergency in response to COVID-19, City Manager Harold Stewart has declared an Emergency on behalf of the City of Warrensburg. While there are currently no confirmed positive cases of the Coronavirus in Johnson County or the City of Warrensburg, it is important that all citizens be proactive and preventative in their actions.
Stewart stated, “Declaring a State of Emergency is the first step in making Federal and State resources available to the citizens of Warrensburg and that is the main reasoning for this action.” The action also puts other safeguards into action to protect the general public and City Staff.
The Declaration also institutes the following rules:
City Staff will be working and available to assist the community, however, where possible interaction is encouraged to be limited to via phone or email. City facilities will be closed to public access beginning 8:00 am, March 18, 2020 until the emergency is lifted. Contact information for departments and staff are available on the City’s website www.warrensburg-mo.com.
The public is encouraged to stay in their homes when possible and to wash their hands frequently. Information regarding the Coronavirus and up to date information from the City is available at https://www.warrensburg-mo.com/777/COVID-19-Information-Page.
Businesses are encouraged to evaluate the appropriateness of public access to their facilities.
Click Here to see Declaration of Emergency Document