Zionsville extends town facilities closures until May 1


Zionsville Mayor Emily Styron has extended the closure date of Zionsville facilities through at least May 1.

The closures come in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Boone County has reported at least 32 cases of COVID-19, the disease that stems from the new coronavirus, to date.

During the pandemic, Zionsville will continue to conduct business, according to a town social media post, meaning public safety operations and public utilities are still in full effect and that government services will still be available online.

Town staff members are working from home to the extent possible and available by email and phone during the closures.

Residents are advised to stay at home except for essential errands and to continue to be vigilant about social distancing and to wash their hands.

Town officials said social distancing is the most important and effective tool to try and stop the spread of the new coronavirus.


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