FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) — City and county leaders announced that citizens Square and the Rousseau Centre will reopen to the public beginning next week.
Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry and Allen County Commissioners Rich Beck, Therese Brown and Nelson Peters announced Friday that Citizens Square and the Rousseau Centre will open to the public beginning Monday, May 18.
SIGN UP FOR BREAKING NEWS ALERTS
City of Fort Wayne
Over the past several weeks, city officials said work has been done to help "ensure a safe and healthy return for employees and visitors."
Some new safety measures added include the installation of hand sanitizer stations, signage marking social distancing placement and the installation of plexiglass shields for employee and customer interactions.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, officials are recommending that visitors to the public buildings use the hand sanitizer stations provided at the facilities and practice social distancing.
Plans include having no more than two people in an elevator at a time.
Walk-in service with City Utilities at Citizens Square will remain closed for the time being.
Customers may use the kiosk located outside of the building and off of the parking lot at 200 East Berry St. to make payments or call customer service at 260-427-1234 to discuss an account.
Payments may also be made online.