Harrison City Hall is closed until further notice to walk-in traffic in response to COVID-19 concerns.

A press release issued by Mayor Jordan Hall states that city officials, staff and departments will still be available and will provide services via phone, email, mail and for emergencies.

A secure drop box located at the main entrance at Harrison City Hall can be used to drop off any utility payments or other needs.

The city of Harrison declared and emergency declaration on March 17 as a response to Governor Brad Little's emergency declaration do to the spread of the coronavirus in Idaho.

There are no known cases of COVID-19 within Harrison at this time. City officials encourages others in the community to help in minimizing the possible spread of the virus.

City staff will be available to contact via phone Monday through Thursday from 9:00 a.m to 3 p.m at 208-689-3212.

In case of a public works emergency, residents are asked to call 208-582-4096.

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