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Council Takes Measured Steps to Return to Pre-COVID Operations

Post Date:05/21/2021

Littleton Center 2015Starting June 1, the Littleton City Council will return to traditional in-person meetings, concluding more than one year of meeting virtually. The public is invited to attend in the newly remodeled council chamber whose design allows for social distancing for the council, staff and residents. The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. No other public access to the Littleton Center will be available until approximately September 1 due to continuing construction and relocation of many first-floor office areas. Beginning June 1, the city’s Public Works administrative offices will move to the recently vacated Geneva Lodge.

Several of the city’s board and commissions are already meeting in person including the Fine Arts Board and the Arts & Culture Commission. The remaining nine boards and commissions will gradually return to in-person meetings.

Police records continue to be available by appointment only, as well as building plan review and inspections. The municipal court is operating on a hybrid schedule. Defendants are notified of their options to appear. Bemis Public Library and the Littleton Museum welcome visitors at 80 percent of pre-COVID hours.

The city is planning a full summer of free events including:

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