Noblesville mayor issues executive order

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Noblesville Mayor Chris Jensen issued an executive order March 20 in an attempt to limit the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Issuing an executive order allows us to communicate clear parameters and enforce restrictions on doorto-door solicitations as well as close city buildings including public safety buildings except in the case of emergencies in an effort to mitigate person-to-person contact,” Jensen stated. “This situation is evolving every hour and we are keeping in contact with key local, state and federal officials to stay up to date on the latest recommendations. We continue to urge the public to practice social distancing, refrain from non-essential gatherings, wash their hands and be observant of symptoms.”

Residents are asked to avoid unnecessary travel and self-quarantine when appropriate. They also were asked to work from home as much as possible.

The City of Noblesville government remains open to continue to provide essential service, but all permit applications, forms and online bill paying are available at cityofnoblesville.org.

Noblesville City Court has been suspended until May.

For local resources and to view the latest virus information, visit cityofnoblesville.org/coronavirus.


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