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Mayor Eric Garcetti and Los Angeles City Council President Nury Martinez, 6th District, have announced that Los Angeles City Hall will reopen to the public on Wednesday, May 4.
“Our decisions throughout the pandemic have been guided by the need to protect public health. To keep our residents and businesses safe, we’ve taken steps forward when possible and back when necessary,” Garcetti said. “Angelenos have made the life-saving choices that have put us on a strong path to recovery, and we’ll continue to make decisions that put the health and safety of our city employees and all Angelenos first.”
“After the COVID-19 pandemic forced us to close our doors in 2020, I am looking forward to safely re-opening City Hall to the public and seeing our council chambers full of Angelenos again,” Martinez added. “As always with this pandemic, it remains a fluid process, but I’m hopeful that we will continue to stay safe in our return to normal.”
Along with the reopening of City Hall, the City Council will also resume in-person meetings. Proof of vaccination or proof of a negative COVID-19 test within the previous 72 hours will be required to enter the building. Indoor masking will be required.
Remote or online access to specific government services will continue to be available. Residents can visit lacity.org or call 311 to determine if appointments may be needed for in-person visits for a specific department.
City Council committee and commission meetings, as well as meetings managed by specific city departments, will remain virtual as departments fine-tune hybrid options. Special events and group tours will remain unavailable at City Hall until further notice.
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