Here is information regarding how the COVID-19 is affected the City of Belleville and activities associated with the City. Please check back regularly, or stay up to date on Facebook as changes are occurring quickly. If you have any questions regarding the following, feel free to contact the City Office at 785-527-2288 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The City Office is now closed to the public, but staff will still be working in the office to serve the community. Customers have multiple ways to pay their utility bills. A drop box is available just north of City Hall. You may also use a credit card or debit card and pay your utility bill online on the homepage. As always, you can mail your bill to the City Office at P.O. Box 280, Belleville KS 666935. For all other business, please contact the City Office at 785-527-2288 and we will make arrangements via phone, email, fax or text.
- The City encourages citizens to avoid use of playground equipment and facilities at the park and Rocky Pond, especially in groups. Rest Rooms will continue to remain closed until further notice.
- The recyclable trailer will no longer be available after March 23, 2020.
- The Belleville Police Department will no longer be providing VIN inspections until further notice. The State will allow registrations to go past their deadlines without penalties.
- The annual Easter Egg hunt on the Courthouse square has been canceled.
- Regular City Council meetings will continue as scheduled, but the Council will be looking into video conferencing to avoid group gatherings. More information will be coming soon, including how the public can view the meetings.
- The Belleville Police Department is still patrolling the streets of Belleville and will continue to protect our community. City Officers are taking precautions to limit contact, maintain social distance and practice good personal hygiene by washing hands frequently and using hand sanitizer.
- The City Wide Clean Up is still scheduled to begin on April 6th, 2020.
- The City encourages citizens to use common sense and help out others in the community and stay safe and healthy. Please practice social distancing.
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