Wasilla Mayor Glenda Ledford is reopening Wasilla for normal business.
Beginning Monday, Jan. 4, the Menard Sports Complex will return to regular business hours, along with the Wasilla Public Library, the Wasilla Museum and Visitor Center, and City Hall.
Those facilities had been closed to the public under a Nov. 13 directive in order to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Face coverings are required in all City of Wasilla facilities. Walk-ins are once again permitted, but a distance of six feet between patrons is required.
The Menard Sport Complex: Open – returning to normal business hours and services. Please call (907)-357-9100 for more information regarding mitigation plans for scheduling events/room rentals.
The Wasilla Public Library: Open – returning to normal business hours and services; continuing to provide curbside services.
The Wasilla Museum and Visitor Center: Open – returning to normal business hours and services.
City Hall – City Administrative Offices (City Hall, Public Works, Finance): City Hall will be open during regular business hours of 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday.
Public Meetings (Council, Boards, and Commissions): Public meetings are open to the public; however, the number of people allowed in Council Chambers is limited to prevent and slow the spread of COVID-19. Attendees must maintain a distance of six feet between themselves and others and wearing a nose and mouth covering is required.
Ledford won in a runoff election this fall and has been mayor since late October. She ran on an “open for business” platform.