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UPDATE (6/2/20): Yesterday, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed Executive Order 2020-110 to rescind the Safer at Home Order and move Michigan to Phase Four of the MI Safe Start Plan. The City of East Lansing plans to issue an update early next week regarding City operations. Offices remain closed to the public at this time and East Lansing City Hall’s re-opening to the public is still tentatively planned for Monday, June 15.
EAST LANSING, Mich. — In light of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s most recent extension of the Stay Home, Stay Safe executive order to slow the spread of COVID-19, East Lansing Mayor Ruth Beier has extended the City of East Lansing’s local state of emergency through Friday, June 12.City of East Lansing offices will remain closed to the public during this time and phased re-opening plans for the various facilities are as follows (more details to be announced soon):
During the City’s extended office closures, essential services will continue to be maintained, including police, fire, EMS, trash and recycling collection, water services and wastewater management. Public meetings will continue to either be held electronically as needed or canceled through the end of June. Meeting details and public meeting notices for electronic meetings will continue to be posted as they are finalized at www.cityofeastlansing.com/ElectronicMeetings. Additional reminders and updates from the City of East Lansing are below: