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May 8, 2020 9:14 AM

CLOSURES AND LIMITED SERVICES AS A RESULT OF COVID-19

For questions or concerns, please contact us by calling (308) 762-5400

In an effort to assist with limiting the spread of the COVID-19 virus in our community, the City of Alliance will be closing non-essential facilities; listed below. Closures will remain in effect until further notice.

Municipal Building - Opening May 11th
Public Works Facility - Opening May 11th
Fire Department Lobby - Opening May 11th

The Military Museum - Open June 1st
The Knight Museum - Open June 1st
Alliance Public Library - Open June 1st
Carhenge - Open June 1st

Senior Center - Nutrition Site Meals will be delivered by volunteers and staff to ensure services continue through the facility closing. No other services will be offered during the closure and the facility will be closed to all patrons. Please Contact Angie Flesner at (308) 762-1293 to make arrangements.

Sandhills Center remains closed at this time
Animal Shelter remains closed at this time
Big Blue Bay - Closed for the 2020 season



Public Transit will be resuming normal schedules and services. Beginning Monday, May 18, buses will run from 6:30 am – 4:30 pm. Monday thru Friday and Sundays from 8:00 am – 12:00 pm by appointment only. Riders are asked to wear masks and to anticipate longer wait times due to additional cleaning. If you are sick or have been exposed to someone who is sick, please refrain from using our services. Contact Paige Johnson for questions. (308) 762-1907.

The Utility Billing Office will be limited to drive-up business only. The utility billing drop box is available 24 hours, with staff assistance available via the drive-up window Monday through Friday, 8:00-5:00. Utility bills can also be paid on the city’s web page at www.cityofalliance.net.


Skyview Golf Course will be open for play with the following restrictions. 1) There should not be more than five individuals in the pro shop at one time and individuals are encouraged to play in small groups while practicing the 6 feet space allowance recommended by the CDC. 2) Tee times will be 15 minutes apart and are strongly encouraged to allow staff to better manage players. Individuals with tee times will be given preference above individuals who do not call ahead for a tee time. 3) Staff will be using foam to fill cups so that players are not reaching into the cup to retrieve their ball and the flag can remain in the cup. Staff will also work diligently to ensure surfaces are kept clean. The City of Alliance staff believes that with these slight changes we can provide a safe recreational opportunity during this challenging time.

The City encourages social distancing in the upcoming weeks. Therefore, all business conducted is encouraged to be done by telephone or email. The City will continue to provide updates as they are available and all necessary precautions will be practiced to lessen the impact on our community. For more information on the COVID-19 Virus visit http://www.pphd.org/ or can call them 24/7 at (308) 262-5764.

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