City of Dodge City Offices Reopen to the Public
DODGE CITY, Kansas—The City of Dodge City’s primary offices at City Hall will be fully reopened to the public on Monday, January 25, 2021, after previously returning to remote and appointment services on November 16, 2020.
“At the time of our offices closing once again to in-person services, the COVID-19 cases were at a high in the county, and the mask ordinance was going into effect,” said City Manager Nick Hernandez. “We took the time to limit interaction with our staff and the public so that more permanent health and safety measures could be installed in the buildings.”
Supplies that City staff had purchased earlier in 2020 were delayed in arrival, including touchless hand sanitizer dispensers and permanent glass partitions with microphones systems at public counters.
“With the decrease in average cases for the county, and the installation and implementation of a majority of the additional precautionary measures, we determined it is time to reopen City Hall to the public,” Hernandez said. “We are still waiting on more items such as utility bill payment kiosks.”
City Hall hours are Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm. Additionally, there are online bill pay options at www.dodgecity.org/678/Pay for those that wish to pay utility bills, court fees, and permit fees online with a card and a 24-hour drop-off box on the north side of City Hall for utility bill cash or check payments.