City of Gulfport to reopen city buildings

On May 18, 2020 at 8:00 a.m., the City of Gulfport will reopen city buildings to the public with the exception of the community centers and gymnasiums.

In order to adhere to CDC guidelines and the protocols outlined by the Governor’s office, there will be a limit to the number of people who can be inside of the building lobbies and municipal courtrooms.

The citizens can expect hand sanitizer at the doors, which they are welcome to utilize upon entry and markers on the floors that will indicate a distance of six feet between themselves and the person in front of them. Social distancing and hand sanitizing protocols will be maintained for the safety of the citizens and city employees.

Even though the doors will be open, citizens are still welcome to conduct business via the City of Gulfport website at http://www.gulfport-ms.gov or by calling the appropriate department. Court payments, building code applications, service requests and water bill payments can all be submitted online.

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