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City Response to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updated March 27th
LAST UPDATED MARCH 27th – * note situation update
Updates added on March 27th are indicated in red text
#StayHomeMN takes effect at 11:59 p.m. TONIGHT
Lasts through 5 p.m. Friday April 3rd
This two-week order to stay home is forecast to significantly slow the spread of COVID-19 virus and allow the state time to make key preparations for the pandemic. We ask everyone observe the order and thank you in advance for doing your part to help us all.
Health Situation Update: (Comments are from MDH Director of Infectious Diseases, Kris Ehresmann released through the Belle Plaine Police Department)
People with respiratory symptoms who don’t require hospitalization and aren’t healthcare workers/long-term care residents are being told to isolate themselves and manage their symptoms at home. Furthermore, anyone with any sign of illness – even a runny nose or cough – is advised to stay home.
Additional Actions by the City of Belle Plaine
Businesses and Workers
Metropolitan Consortium of Community Developers
John Endris firstname.lastname@example.org
Open to Business Program
Other actions you can take to help
Trustworthy Sources of Information and Updates Related to COVID-19
To apply for a building permit, a zoning permit, or any other type of permit use the links at this page. PLEASE CALL WITH QUESTIONS 952-873-5553. You will need to download and complete the applicable application and then return it to City Hall along with payment by check or credit card. We may be able to take some payments over the phone. Return permits by:
You may send your utility bill payment by mail, drop it in the drop box at City Hall, pay your utility bill online or you may call and pay your utility bill over the phone 952-873-5553 (a convenience fee will not apply). To pay your utility bill online you must create an account. You will need the company name or the last name from your utility bill along with your 13-digit account number. Use the ‘utilities’ tab.