ANAHEIM, Calif. (June 12, 2020) — Anaheim’s City Hall has been temporarily closed to the public since March 18, as we focused on addressing the coronavirus crisis and stemming the spread in our community.
During this time we’ve continued to offer as many services as possible in the safest manner.
City services, particularly public safety response from Anaheim Police and Anaheim Fire & Rescue and electric and water service from Anaheim Public Utilities, have continued as usual without disruption.
We plan to begin a gradual, phased reopening of City Hall on June 15.
In this initial phase, we’ll be opening in-person services on the first and second floor of the building, which includes Planning and Building, the Public Works counter and City Clerk’s office, other than passport services, which are opening later.
In line with state guidelines and public health best practices, you’ll see some changes when you come to City Hall. The safety of our employees and those visiting city facilities is our top priority as we look to reopen.
We’ll require a face covering to enter the building and ask all visitors to practice social distancing.
As was the case before the closure, you’ll be asked to go through a security screening before you enter.
In addition, we’ve added parking for the public at the lot on the corner of Mito Way and Broadway just south of City Hall, near the Chrysalis building. We’ll ask all members of the public to use the front entrance to access City Hall.
We expect to see additional openings in the coming weeks, including offices at Anaheim West Tower.
In-person City Council meetings will also come later, with modifications.
We’ll continue to provide updates as we progress through this phased reopening.
To see a list of available services, including for departments not yet open to the public, click here.
We thank everyone for their patience, understanding and cooperation during these unique times. We look forward to seeing you back soon.