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Public access to Kokomo City Hall restricted for now

COVID-19 concerns are the reason
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Posted at 4:54 PM, Dec 04, 2020
and last updated 2020-12-04 17:09:07-05

KOKOMO — Kokomo has joined a number of Indiana cities and towns in placing restrictions on public access to their government buildings due to COVID-19 concerns.

This comes at the request and recommendation of Police Chief Doug Stout to not only protect those within City Hall, but the community as a whole.

According to a statement from the city, public access to Kokomo City Hall is restricted through December due to the recent increase in COVID cases there, as well as some cases within the police department's support staff. The employees with positive cases do not deal with the general public.

Kokomo residents can still conduct business at City Hall and should contact the appropriate department by email or by phone for other options.

Wastewater utility customers can pay online at or by using the drop box in the south parking lot of City Hall.

Information and reports from the Kokomo Police Department may also be requested at the first floor service window or by calling 456-7108.