In response to the growing number of coronavirus cases in Riverside County, and recognizing the likelihood for additional case increases during the holiday season, the City of Menifee transitioned to all-virtual services and closed city facilities to the public on November 23. The city plans to reopen in-person services in early January 2021.
The City of Menifee made the transition back to all-virtual services with its Zero Stop Shop permit center, enhanced online virtual services, and over-the-phone availability. Virtual meeting appointments can be made by visiting https://www.cityofmenifee.us or by calling City Hall at 951-672-6777.
“The city wants to do what is best for our community and our staff so we can ensure excellent customer service and also that we help keep COVID-19 cases down in Menifee,” said Menifee City Manager Armando Villa.
“We want our businesses to remain open and to thrive during this holiday season. Reducing our internal staff contact by encouraging remote work and minimizing contact with the public is one way we can help support the Menifee community. With our success transitioning to virtual city services this past spring and summer, we are confident we can serve our residents, businesses, and visitors effectively through the holiday season while keeping everyone safe.”
For more information about Menifee’s virtual services, visit www.cityofmenifee.us/612/Virtual-City-Hall-Permit-Center.
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