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With quarantine restrictions being lifted by the state and federal governments, the City of Memphis followed suit. At the May 7th city council meeting, the board of aldermen unanimously approved reopening the vast majority of the municipal public facilities.
The city will re-open all facilities except for park restrooms, Lake Show-Me showerhouse, and playground equipment. These particular venues will remain closed because of the high amount of personal contact by users and the city’s inability to properly police and insure adequate cleaning.
Memphis City Hall will continue to be closed to the public through May 31st.
In accordance with recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS), and the Scotland County Health Department, City Hall will remain closed to the public in order to minimize social contact among the general public and city staff to ensure the continued delivery of service (fire, police, electric, water, sewer, trash, etc.) to residents.
For payment of utility bills, the City offers online utility bill payments for customers using credit or debit cards at www.cityofmemphismo.com (a 3% transaction fee applies); a drop box in City Hall foyer; or mail payment to: City of Memphis, 125 W. Jefferson, Memphis, MO 63555.
City employees are available by phone at 660-465-7285 Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. if you have any questions or concerns. In the event of a utility emergency after hours, please call 660-465-2615.
Rentals of city facilities including the Memphis Fire Station, Legion Park shelters, Johnson Park shelters and Johnson Park ball field will resume. The public is reminded to continue to avoid socializing in groups that do not readily allow for appropriate social distancing of 6’.
The postponed spring bulk clean-up will be discussed at the June council meeting.