In an announcement made yesterday, Wednesday March 18, Greenwood City officials announced the closure of both city hall and the police department. The closures went into effect today, Thursday, March 19.
The lobby of the police department is closed to the general public. In a statement released on the Greenwood Police Department’s Facebook page, “…the safety of our employees and the general public is of the upmost importance during this time.”
It was noted, however, that if someone needs to file a report, you can call the police department at 479-996-4119 for assistance. Phone calls will be answered during normal business hours, Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Incident or accident reports can be sent via email or postal mail by request. Fingerprinting services have also been suspended until further notice. The department remains operational and is continuing to answer emergency calls.
Greenwood City Hall is also closed to the public effective today, Thursday, March 19. City departments and employees may be reached by phone or email during normal business hours, Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. The water department’s drive-thru will remain open for payments. If you have any questions, you can contact city hall at 479-996-2742.
Both the Police Department and Greenwood City Hall will remain closed until further notice.