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Granbury, Texas – Granbury City Hall will reopen to the public, Friday, at 8 a.m. Normal business hours of 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday-Thursday, and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Fridays, will be reinstated. City Hall has been closed to the public and working a half staff rotation of employees since the end of March. The reopening will be done inline with Governor Greg Abbott’s phased reopening of businesses throughout Texas and will only allow 25 percent of normal citizens numbers in the building at any one time.
Entrance into City Hall will be conditional and will be granted based on a digital temperature taken at the front door being less than 99.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Citizens visiting City Hall will be expected to follow all Centers for Disease Control guidelines, including:
Citizens are also asked to “self-screen” before deciding whether to visit City Hall. If any of the following signs or symptoms exist, citizens are required to visit their health care provider and get tested for COVID-19 before visiting.
If more people show up than are allowed under the Governor’s order, a line will be made outside the building with a one-in-one-out policy.