Due to COVID-19 pandemic
BY DORIS B. TRUHLARGOVERNMENTAL REPORTER
The City of Centennial has cut back on its services. This is already effective.
The reason for the cutbacks is to minimize exposure, as has been requested by public health officials, due to the covid-19 pandemic. Essential services (for example, law enforcement, snow and ice issues, road repairs and signal light maintenance) will continue to be provided but could be on a delayed schedule.
The Building Division will not be conducting inspections on the interior of a home or basement. Examples are furnaces, water heaters, basement finishes and interior remodels.
Inspections for new construction and for exterior projects such as a new roof, deck or gazebo, as well as similar projects, will occur as usual, although they could be delayed.
Exceptions and emergencies will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis, which a city spokeswoman said was to ensure public health and safety.
Animal Services is responding to emergency only calls within the community. Examples are rabid animals, including both domestic pets and wild animals.
Additionally, Centennial Center Park is closed until further notice to assist in helping residents community “embrace social distancing practice,” according to a city spokeswoman.
The City continues to closely monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and take the appropriate precautions recommended by Tri-County Health and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). For questions please use the City’s website to report a problem or call the City’s 24-hr Citizen Response Center at 303-325-8000.
Call volumes may become heavy, and the city has asked for the patience of its residents. For resources and additional information about COVID-19, the city requests that residents and others seeking information visit centennial
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