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Menifee’s City Hall transitions back to virtual services

Due to the spike in COVID-19 cases, Menifee’s City Hall will return to virtual services starting July 13. The city is encouraging residents to “Skip the Line and Go Online.” Photo by Canyon Lake Insider

Starting tomorrow, July 13, Menifee’s City Hall will transition back to virtual services tomorrow and will be closed to the public due to the high rise in COVID-19 cases.

The city has rolled out a new marketing campaign to encourage residents to “Skip the Line and Go Online.” The campaign encourages customers an enhanced way to save time and quickly access virtual City Hall services and the Zero Stop Shop permit center from the ease of their home or office.

In-person appointments can still be made starting Wednesday, July 15, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., by visiting the city’s website or by calling 951-672-6777.

“The City understands the difficult times we are all living through, and we are proud of city staff and leadership that is working both the crisis and behind the scenes to continue to provide high levels of customer service to our residents, and business owners, while ensuring that our city staff remains safe and healthy during the pandemic in order to provide the services our residents have come to expect and enjoy in our growing community,” said City Manager Armando Villa.

Public access to the City Hall facility will be re-evaluated incrementally in relation to the pandemic. The Menifee Police Department offices will remain open to the public.

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