January 18, 2022

City Hall Closure

Due to the surge in Covid-19 cases throughout the state and in line with the extension of the mask mandate by the State of California, Suisun City will be closing City Hall to the public until at least February 15th, except for public meetings or appointments. City departments will still be working and available by phone, via internet, or via appointment.

City Hall will continue to be open for City Council meetings and accessible to the public, with doors opening fifteen minutes before the start of the meeting, but masks will be required and citizens are encouraged to participate online rather than in person. The logon information is available on the front of the City Council agenda and will also be available on our website at www.suisun.com.

Citizens who need to pay their water bill may do so online or by dropping off payment at the drop box located near the front door at City Hall. Citizens who need a building permit can email permit applications to buildingpermit@suisun.com or fax to 707-429-3758.

The public lobby of the Police Department will also be closed and dispatch will be directing anyone in need of police reports that can be made online to make the report by using the on-line reporting portal. Citizens can file police reports for things like fraud, harassing phone calls, identity theft, property theft and vandalism. This portal can be found by visiting https://police.suisun.com/report-a-crime/.

Mayor Lori Wilson stated, “We are seeing the impact of the Covid surge and it is impacting staffing levels in various departments and we believe it is in the best interests of our staff and our residents to temporarily close City Hall to the public until the surge has passed.”

City Manager Greg Folsom added, “Having gone through this closure before, city staff is proficient in assisting our residents via phone or internet.”

Here is the full press release:

  Press Release City Hall Closure 1/5/2022 (145.5 KiB, 55 hits)