DEL CITY, Okla. (KFOR) – In a matter of days, the City of Del City will begin to open back up after closing amid the coronavirus pandemic.
On May 1, Del City will begin Phase 1 of the ‘Open Up and Recover Safely’ plan.
Officials say utility payments and new service applications will continue to be conducted through the drive-thru or online until further notice.
City leaders say they are still asking the public to maintain social distancing, and they recommend that all food providers wear masks while working.
If you decide to head to the park, officials say you should utilize good sanitation practices since there is no way to ensure that the playground equipment is germ free.
The Del City Community Center will remain closed for the current time. However, the library will be open on May 4 with limited services. Patrons must stay in the lobby and request books or return items.
The Court Clerk’s office will reopen on May 1 so that citizens can make payments and get court dates.
Officials say May 4 through May 6 will be modified court dates for those who were scheduled for court and did not previously call for a new court date.
The courts in Del City will reopen May 11.