City’s State of Emergency Expired
SARATOGA SPRINGS — The City’s State of Emergency expired Friday, June 12, and per the recommendation of the City Emergency Management Committee, Mayor Meg Kelly decided not to extend it for another period of time.
Plans to Reopen City Hall in July
SARATOGA SPRINGS — The schedule for moving employees into City Hall is set and should be completed during the week of June 29.
Plans call for the July 7 City Council meeting to be held in-person, and open for the public to attend.
City Hall closed in the aftermath of a lightning strike and flood which badly damaged the building in August 2018. The building, which was constructed in 1871, has undergone a massive, multi-million dollar renovation. Most of city government was relocated to the Vanderbilt Avenue recreation facility, and following the implementation of COVID-19 restrictions, city meetings have been held via Zoom.
At City Hall, there will be maximum occupancy limitations and access and safety protocols that will shortly be announced, the city says.
It is anticipated City Hall offices will re-open to the public by mid-July.
New City Firehouse Seeks Design Services Bids
SARATOGA SPRINGS — The City of Saratoga Springs will receive sealed bids for Proposed Firehouse #3 – Design Services. Sealed bids must be received in their entirety by the City of Saratoga Springs, Office of the Commissioner of Accounts, 15 Vanderbilt Avenue, Saratoga Springs, New York, 12866, by 2 p.m. on Thursday July 2. Copies of the request for proposal (RFP) may be obtained on the City’s web page at www.saratoga-springs.org, under current bids.