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City Hall Is Now Open to the Public with COVID-19 Guidelines in Place

Posted on: July 15th, 2020 by psmith
City Hall COVID-19 Guidelines and Upcoming Meeting Dates

2020 Virtual Business Information

Posted on: July 9th, 2020 by psmith
2020 Virtual Business Flyer

New – Council Meeting Attendance Requirements

Posted on: July 8th, 2020 by mlubonski
New - Council Meeting Attendance Requirements

City of Niagara Falls New Outdoor Patio Permit Initiative

Posted on: July 7th, 2020 by psmith

 

Niagara Falls Social Justice Commission

Posted on: June 29th, 2020 by psmith

June 26th Press Conference – 2020 Summer Youth Services Programming and Niagara Falls Social Justice Commission Announcements

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Niagara Falls Social Justice Commission

The Niagara Falls Social Justice Commission will address inequality across a variety of platforms in the community.  The task of the commission is to break out in the various committees to examine ways for our community to address inequality in various areas. The results may involve local action–or may require state or federal action. Whatever the case may be, the commission will present a blueprint or roadmap for how these items may be addressed. The commission will meet during the months of July and August.

The five principal areas the commission will address include: law enforcement, health care, education, housing, and employment.

Listed below is a list of commissioners who will be serving on the various committees:

Law Enforcement

  • Rev. Craig Pridgen – President of NF Ministerial Council
  • Anthony Restaino – City of Niagara Falls City Administrator

Health Care

  • Dr. LaVonne Ansari – Chief Executive Officer of Community Health Center
  • Joseph Ruffalo – President and Chief Executive Officer of NFMMC

Education

  • Fr. James Maher – President of Niagara University
  • Mark Laurrie – Superintendent of NF School District

Housing

  • Robyn Krueger – President and Chief Executive Officer of Community Missions
  • Clifford Scott – Executive Director of the NF Housing Authority

Employment

  • Bishop Jesse Scott – President of Niagara Organizing Alliance for Hope
  • Dr. Rolanda Ward – Faculty Director of Niagara University’s OSTAPENKO Center for Race, Equality and Mission


The Niagara Falls Social Justice Commission was created—and overseen by Mayor Robert Restaino.

 

Parking Restrictions Will Be In Effect – 6/29/2020

Posted on: June 24th, 2020 by psmith

Starting Monday, June 29th, parking restrictions such as alternate parking and time limited parking will be in effect.

Governor Cuomo Announces Gatherings of up to 25 People Will Be Allowed in Phase Three of Reopening

Posted on: June 15th, 2020 by psmith

Governor Cuomo Announces Gatherings of up to 25 People Will Be Allowed in Phase Three of Reopening

 

GOVERNOR CUOMO ANNOUNCES OUTDOOR DINING AT RESTAURANTS WILL BE PERMITTED IN PHASE TWO OF REOPENING (6/3/20)

Posted on: June 4th, 2020 by psmith

Restaurants in the Seven Regions that Have Already Entered Phase Two Can Reopen for Outdoor Dining Beginning Tomorrow, June 4th

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced outdoor dining at restaurants will be permitted in phase two of reopening. Restaurants in the seven regions that have already entered phase two – the Capital Region, Central New York, the Finger Lakes, the Mohawk Valley, the North Country, the Southern Tier and Western New York – can reopen for outdoor dining beginning tomorrow, June 4th. Outdoor tables must be spaced six feet apart, all staff must wear face coverings and customers must also wear face coverings when not seated.

Face Covering Executive Order

Posted on: May 29th, 2020 by psmith

Face Covering Executive Order

 

MOST RECENT STATE EXECUTIVE ORDER RELATING TO GATHERINGS, RELIGIOUS SERVICES AND MEMORIAL DAY OBSERVANCES

Posted on: May 22nd, 2020 by psmith

MOST RECENT STATE EXECUTIVE ORDER RELATING TO GATHERINGS, RELIGIOUS SERVICES AND MEMORIAL DAY OBSERVANCES

Executive Order 202.10 (as later extended by Executive Order 202.18 and Executive Order 202.29) which prohibited all non-essential gatherings of any size for any reason, is hereby modified to permit a gathering of ten or fewer individuals for any religious service or ceremony, or for the purposes of any Memorial Day service or commemoration, provided that social distancing protocols and cleaning and disinfection protocols required by the Department of Health are adhered to, and provided further, that any drive-in or remote religious service may continue in excess of the ten person limit so long as there is no in-person contact between participants. Vehicle caravans are permitted.

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