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Posted on: October 28, 2020

Mayor Extends 25% In-person Workforce Order to Maintain COVID-19 Safety for Citizens and Staff


Mayor Gradisar Extends 25% In-person Workforce Order to Maintain COVID-19 Safety for Citizens and Staff


PUEBLO – On Wednesday Morning, Mayor Gradisar extended the order for the City of Pueblo to operate at 25% in-person workforce status to November 13, 2020. 


The City of Pueblo is open, and citizens can continue to do official business with the city. Residents are encouraged to call or make appointments before doing business with the city. 


The extension was ordered after another week of an alarming rise in COVID-19 cases. 


Public safety is not impacted as both the Pueblo Police and Fire Departments remain fully operational.


Pueblo Municipal Courts remain open. 


Pueblo Sales Tax Division remains open. Residents are requested to use the drop-box to pay their sales or use taxes. Appointments are suggested but not required.


Boards and Commissions meetings will be held virtually. 


This order applies to city staff who have been approved for teleworking status and started Wednesday, October 21, and it will last to November 13, 2020.



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