The City of New Baltimore will close City Hall and all associated buildings until March 31. Buildings effected include City Hall, McDonald Public Library, Parks and Recreation and DPS. Staff will continue to be available via telephone and internet. Please use the drop box for payments and other documents that need to be dropped to City Hall.
The City of New Baltimore is taking a proactive approach to learning more and educating residents about Coronavirus. Activities include providing information regarding ways the public can help prevent exposure and engaging with local, state and federal leaders to discuss and share the latest updates and best practices.
We want to make sure our residents feel in control by frequently providing the most up-to-date information while also giving you the ability to get your questions answered and take care of any city business you might have, even if social distancing becomes necessary. We encourage residents to stay tuned here and on the City’s website for the latest information as well as signing up for emergency alerts.
Here are some tips we encourage all residents to follow to prepare for the Coronavirus:
Remain Calm: It is critical that we remain calm in order to be sure our resources are used in the most effective way to prevent, prepare for and treat any cases of Coronavirus in our community.
The most up-to-date information and guidance can be found on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website OR the World Health Organization website.
Everyday preventive actions include:
Stay home when you are sick, except to get medical care.
Cough or sneeze into your upper arm or cover your coughs and sneezes with a tissue (and then throw the tissue in the trash).
Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds (about the amount of time it takes to sing Happy Birthday). Use hand sanitizer when you can’t use soap and water. Learn more about the best ways to wash your hands or use hand sanitizer.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
Clean frequently touched surfaces (like door knobs, light switches, elevator buttons, toilets, faucets, etc.) as often as possible and at least daily.
For more information on specific actions like travel, what to do if you are sick, what you can do if you are at higher risk, etc., visit the CDC website.
Local updates and information is also available on Macomb County’s website.
If you are more comfortable staying at home to avoid potential exposure, or if social distancing becomes necessary, here are several ways you can conduct business with the City online:
Residents can get many of their questions answered by sending an email to: email@example.com
Report a Problem That Needs Fixing
Residents can report problems like missed trash, potholes, code violations and more through the City’s website.
CITY OF NEW BALTIMORE CLOSURE NOTICE 3/16/2020