Frederick Administrative Services building closed through Friday due to COVID-19 cases

Kelsey Hammon, Daily Times-Call, Longmont, Colo.
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Mar. 7—Frederick temporarily closed its Administrative Services building on Friday after five administrative employees tested positive for COVID-19.

The announcement was shared on Frederick's website Friday. According to the website, the building's closure, at 311 Fifth St., will last through Friday. Regular hours for in-person services at the Administrative Services building are scheduled to resume at 9 a.m. Monday, March 15.

The website said that administrative services will continue to operate remotely to provide assistance in communications and engagement, finance, GIS and human resources departments. The website said all essential services will continue to be provided, including public safety, emergency response, development and utility services.

All town facilities are being professionally deep cleaned and sanitized on Saturday, the website said.

"Our goal is and has always been to limit exposure of the virus to the public and staff," the website read. "The Town is in direct communication with the Weld County Health Department and will follow all guidelines and protocols to ensure our community's safety."

People who have questions or concerns are encouraged to call town officials at 720-382-5500 or email the Communications & Engagement Department at awilson@frederickco.gov.