LIBRARIES WILL RE-OPEN WITH LIMITED SERVICES INCLUDING CONTACT-FREE PICK-UP AND ACCESS TO DIGITAL RESOURCES BEGINNING JUNE 16
SAN ANTONIO (May 28, 2020) — City Manager Erik Walsh briefed the Mayor and City Council on the phased approach to re-opening City services. The strategic four phase plan prioritizes the health and safety of City employees, residents, visitors and those who do business with the City by implementing protocols that aim to reduce and minimize the spread of COVID-19. The plan is guided by the methodology and proposed progress indicators established by the COVID-19 Health Transition Team.
“As one of the largest employers in San Antonio, we are proud to set the example of carefully re-opening services with guidance from our public health officials. The health and safety of my City teammates and our customers and visitors is my top priority,” said City Manager Erik Walsh. “Over the next few months we will continue to have staff working remotely as we redesign our work environment to minimize the spread of COVID-19. The return to work plan will drive productivity, cross-departmental collaboration and customer service, while implementing social distancing protocols, remote work and flexible schedules.”