Tuesday , January 18 2022
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Palm Springs shuts down city offices

Starting this week, Palm Springs’ offices will be closed to walk-in traffic due to the surge in COVID-19 cases.

City clerk, planning, engineering, building, business license and other services will still be available by telephone or email. Appointments for work that can only be done in person can be made from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday.

Palm Springs Public Library will be closed, but the Library-a-Go-Go program, which allows residents to reserve and pick up materials by visiting www.pslibrary.org or by calling (760) 322-READ, will remain open.

The library’s passport program will be available by appointment only, and parks and recreation will offer outdoor programming only. The swim center will remain open.

These changes are expected to remain in place for two or three weeks, and will be reevaluated when COViD-19 data is updated. For more information visit www.palmspringsca.gov.

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