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HIGH SPRINGS – The City of High Springs has closed City Hall as of 6 p.m., March 17. It is expected to remain closed until April 6.

Residents are encouraged to utilize online services available through highsprings.us, including tag renewal. “Online fees will be reduced during this time from $3.50 to $2.50,” said High Springs Fire Department Public Information Officer Kevin Mangan.

Building inspections will continue to be conducted and scheduled by contacting the Building Department by telephone at 386-454-7322 or by email at nwarwick@highsprings.us. All other Building Department business will be on hold.

At this time, the City of High Springs has issued no specific directives toward private businesses regarding reducing hours or capacity. Any stories heard otherwise, as they relate to High Springs are at this time are rumors.

The High Springs Police Department will not be accepting fingerprints or non-essential calls during this shutdown. Officers will remain available 24/7 for emergency calls for service.

City staff will continue to monitor this situation closely and will handle emergency requests, such as water or sewer problems as needed.

Residents are encouraged to call 386-454-1416 for rumor control. In the event of a fire, medical or law enforcement emergency, dial 911.

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Email cwalker@

alachuatoday.com

HIGH SPRINGS – The City of High Springs has closed City Hall as of 6 p.m., March 17. It is expected to remain closed until April 6.

Residents are encouraged to utilize online services available through highsprings.us, including tag renewal. “Online fees will be reduced during this time from $3.50 to $2.50,” said High Springs Fire Department Public Information Officer Kevin Mangan.

Building inspections will continue to be conducted and scheduled by contacting the Building Department by telephone at 386-454-7322 or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. All other Building Department business will be on hold.

At this time, the City of High Springs has issued no specific directives toward private businesses regarding reducing hours or capacity. Any stories heard otherwise, as they relate to High Springs are at this time are rumors.

The High Springs Police Department will not be accepting fingerprints or non-essential calls during this shutdown. Officers will remain available 24/7 for emergency calls for service.

City staff will continue to monitor this situation closely and will handle emergency requests, such as water or sewer problems as needed.

Residents are encouraged to call 386-454-1416 for rumor control. In the event of a fire, medical or law enforcement emergency, dial 911.

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Email cwalker@

alachuatoday.com