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Littleton Center Reopens with Limited Public Access

Post Date:07/12/2021

Photo of the front of the Littleton CenterThe Littleton Center reopened to the public July 12 with new guidelines and restrictions in a post-pandemic environment. While it may seem simple to go back to pre-COVID operations, opening the building and its functions brings with it new concerns and strategies to ensure the safety of visitors and employees.

  • The front door will be unlocked during normal business hours.
  • Visitor access will be arranged through the receptionist and the requested department/individual.
    • Visitor badges will be issued by reception and shall be visible at all times.
    • Littleton Police will meet and escort individuals coming in for sex offense registration.
  • The reception desk, council chamber, community room, courtyard, police records, and the permit counter will be open and accessible after checking in at the reception area.
  • Evaluation of these procedures will be ongoing, and changes are to be expected.

Cleaning and Sanitizing

  • Facilities Maintenance placed cleaning and sanitizing supplies in convenient locations throughout the building and will maintain building cleanliness.
  • Bi-polar ionization will be at work in the HVAC system against airborne pathogens.

Construction Continues

  • Facilities Maintenance is moving forward with additional construction, security installations, and staff movement as schedules and funding allow.
  • The Building Inspectors and Codes officials will be moving to the first floor, west wing very soon. This will consolidate the Community Development group.
  • There will be some minor renovations of the Community Development space performed concurrently with major renovation of the old Building/Codes space, likely beginning in September.
  • Human Resources and the City Clerk’s offices will be moved to the renovated locations on the first floor.

All Buildings Open

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