As the City of Warrensville Heights develops its enterprise wide strategy for dealing with the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) for municipal employees and municipal location visitors, Mayor Bradley D. Sellers has issued temporary business-related travel restrictions.
“We are closely monitoring the rapidly evolving 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) public health issue. As of today, March 6, all nonessential business travel for City of Warrensville Heights has been suspended through April 5, 2020. Domestic business-related travel is being limited to essential trips only and will now require administrative approval.
As municipal representatives, our first priority is serving the community. We are taking these precautions to ensure we can continue to provide a healthy and safe environment for our residents and also our employees. This is one of just several adjustments we are making on day to day business operations as the medical community gets a better assessment on COVID-19”
The City of Warrensville Heights will continue following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) travel notices, which are subject to change, and will re-evaluate our own travel restrictions accordingly.”