RAYMORE CITY HALL & PARKS OPENING UPDATE
RAYMORE (May 1, 2020) - In accordance with Phase I of the State of Missouri’s Show Me Strong Recovery Plan and the Economic Reopening Order from the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, Raymore City Hall will be open to the public during regular business hours starting Monday, May 4, 2020.
Buildings & Codes staff and Utility, Court and City clerks will be behind glass windows, however there may be other people walking through the lobby at any time, so visitors at City Hall are encouraged to wear masks in the buildings, though it is not required.
Raymore City Council will hold its last work session meeting via Zoom at 7 p.m. on Monday, May 4, and then all City Council, board and commission meetings will resume on their regular schedules at Centerview. Centerview’s Harrelson Hall offers enough space to allow the continued practice of social distancing requirements. Meetings will be open to the public, and any member of the public attending a meeting is required to adhere to social distancing guidelines.
Centerview event space will also open on Monday, May 4, with the same suggested, but not required, use of masks for visitors.
Some areas of Raymore parks will reopen starting Monday, May 4, including parking lots, restrooms, tennis courts, the skate park and baseball fields.
Residents are urged to continue to practice social distancing, good hygiene and frequent hand washing while utilizing our parks and refrain from gathering in large groups where social distancing cannot be observed.
Park restrooms will be cleaned and restocked daily, with a deep sanitation clean three times per week.
High traffic and high touch areas including playgrounds, basketball courts and the Raymore Activity Center will remain closed until May 31 under the guidelines of Phase I of the Show Me Strong Recovery Plan.
Updates on upcoming Parks & Recreation sports and recreation programs and events will be released in the coming weeks at raymore.com/parks.
More information on Phase I of the State of Missouri's Show Me Strong Recovery Plan and what it means for Raymore residents and businesses:
Resources for local business owners in the reopening process: Raymore.com/ReturnToWork
Show Me Strong Recovery Plan website with guiding principles, current orders and general guidelines to reopen Missouri's economy for businesses, citizens and communities.