Ann Arbor city hall extends building closure through February
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Larcom City Hall will remain closed through February, according to an updated notice from the City of Ann Arbor. The building, which houses various city offices, will stay closed until February 21 per an extended state order by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. Larcom City Hall has been closed since Nov. 18, 2020, and non-essential operations have been moved online due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Schedule a city building, trade and rental inspection by calling 734-794-6263 or sending an email to email@example.com. Some services, including safety and emergency operations, waste and recycling pickup schedules, as well as drinking and wastewater, have not been impacted by the closure.
City of Ann Arbor buildings to close for Martin Luther King Jr. Day
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – On Monday, City of Ann Arbor offices will be closed in observation of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Closures will include Larcom City Hall customer service center and 15th Judicial District Court. Instead of meeting that Monday, Ann Arbor City Council will meet on Tuesday, Jan. 19, according to a notice from the city. Monday is also the last day for residents to dispose of undecorated Christmas trees for free at four drop-off locations around Ann Arbor. Read: Here’s how you can volunteer with Ann Arbor Parks in February
Larcom City Hall in Ann Arbor extends closure through Dec. 20
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Larcom City Hall will remain closed through Dec 20, according to a new announcement from the city of Ann Arbor. Read: Michigan COVID restrictions extended through Dec. 20: What to knowThe city hall building closed for non-essential services on Nov. 18. City services including safety and emergency operations, waste and recycling pickup schedules, as well as drinking and wastewater, have not been impacted by the closure. Residents can pay parking tickets, water bills and property taxes, and apply for permits online as non-essential city services are being conducted remotely. Winter property taxes, due in December, can be paid online, by mail, at several Ann Arbor area banks or at the Ann Street dropbox.
Ann Arbor’s Larcom City Hall to close Wednesday
ANN ARBOR – The city of Ann Arbor will be closing Larcom City Hall on Wednesday in compliance with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services' latest emergency order to slow the spread of COVID-19. Per the MDHHS order, City Hall will be closed through Dec. 8 and all non-essential operations will be conducted remotely. The closure of City Hall will not impact critical services such as police, fire, emergency operations, drinking water, waste water or waste and recycling pickup schedules. Ann Arbor parks updatesBuhr and Veterans ice arenas are closed. The Ann Arbor Farmers Market is still open.
Here’s where you can find ballot drop boxes in Ann Arbor
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – As part of the City of Ann Arbor’s efforts to prepare for a high volume of ballot returns for the presidential election on Nov. 3, additional ballot boxes have been placed around the city. In addition to the Larcom City Hall box, six new boxes can be found around Ann Arbor where city voters can return their ballots. Outside, by the Eisenhower entrance of Ann Arbor Fire Station 6, 1881 Briarwood Circle . In addition to City Hall, there are now 6 new City of Ann Arbor ballot drop boxes installed, securely, throughout the city. Voters with questions about voting in Ann Arbor should visit www.a2gov.org/electionsRelated:A look inside the Ann Arbor City Clerk’s U-M Museum of Art satellite officeAnn Arbor City Clerk’s Office extends hours in October
Ann Arbor City Clerk’s Office extends hours in October
ANN ARBOR – With the general election just 26 days away, the Ann Arbor City Clerk’s office announced it will be open extended hours every Wednesday through the end of the month. Wednesday hours at Larcom City Hall are now 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Starting tonight, Ann Arbor City Clerk’s Office at Larcom City Hall, 301 E. Huron St., is open extended hours every Wednesday in October - 8 a.m.-7 p.m.! https://t.co/uwXQqekwRQ #A2Votes — City of Ann Arbor (@A2GOV) October 7, 2020The clerk’s office will also be open on the last two Saturdays of the month (Oct. 24 and 31) from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.Larcom City Hall is at 301 E. Huron St.Also new this year, the city clerk’s office has set up a satellite office at the University of Michigan Museum of Art. All residents are welcome to visit the office located inside the first floor Stenn Gallery at 525 S. State St.For more information about voting in Ann Arbor, visit the city’s election website.
City of Ann Arbor municipal offices to be closed Monday
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – On Monday, Oct. 12, municipal offices for the City of Ann Arbor will be closed in honor of Indigenous Peoples Day. This includes the customer service center at Larcom City Hall and the 15th Judicial District Court at the Ann Arbor Justice Center. Safety services and utility operations will continue 24-hour schedules. Curbside trash, recycling and compost services will not be interrupted by the closure. Find the City of Ann Arbor notice here.
Ann Arbor starts to reopen; service workers petition to stay home; more businesses close for good
Ann Arbor city services and businesses began to reopen this week in what is a step closer to returning to normal. - Meredith (@meredith_A4)Whats been happening: Hundreds of service workers in the Ann Arbor area have signed a petition to extend the closure of businesses over fears of returning to work due to the coronavirus. (A4) With less than a week to prepare for reopening, many Ann Arbor restaurants are struggling with safety concerns and rising food costs as they open their doors for dine-in service. Know someone who loves Ann Arbor? All About Ann Arbor is powered by ClickOnDetroit/WDIV.
Washtenaw County courts remain closed amid reopenings
ANN ARBOR Although Monday marks the reopening of several governmental offices -- including operations at Larcom City Hall -- Washtenaw County courts will not be reopening for in-person business for now. Phases one and two will only allow employees in court buildings, and in-person services are expected to start up again in late June and early July. Until then, all court proceedings, probation interviews and any other public services will be conducted via videoconferencing, phone calls, mail or other means. If a visitor does not have a face covering, some court locations will be able to provide them at the security screening locations. Visitors will be screened for symptoms and COVID exposure at the security screening locations.
In-person city services to resume in Ann Arbor June 8
ANN ARBOR The city of Ann Arbor announced Thursday it will be resuming in-person services at Larcom City Hall on June 8 with new safety protocols. Since the spread of COVID-19 still remains a threat, the city asks that residents continue to conduct city service requests and make payments online. Monetary transactions will be handled at the customer service center on the first floor. The customer service center will resume in-person regular services 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. If in-person payments must be made, the city strongly encourages credit card payments only in order to minimize physical contact.