This page contains information regarding the City’s COVID-19 Response, and links to resources for residents and businesses impacted by the pandemic.

Letter from the Jordan City Council to Governor Walz Regarding Reopening Businesses.

Letter from Chief Empey, regarding the City’s COVID-19 Response.

Updated City Services

Building Permits – The City’s building permit policy has been temporarily changed due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Please read the policy for instructions.

Deputy Registrar – Need new tabs? The City’s deputy registrar is now processing tabs and dealership work. Please read the policy for instructions.

Supporting the Community

Shop Local – Find information about how to support local businesses.

Buy Gift Cards – Find information about who’s selling gift cards, and how to purchase.

Mental Health – Get information and help to take care of your mental health.

Errands to Reduce Risk – Learn how high-risk residents can receive help getting essentials delivered right to their home, or volunteer to help with this effort.

Resources for Businesses and Employees

Guidance on Business Closures and Exemptions – Find more information about closures and safe reopening as mandated by MN Executive Orders.

Guidance on Reopening Safely – Learn if your business is eligible to reopen, and how you can do so safely.

Unemployment and Small Businesses – Find information about how to file for unemployment benefits, and receive assistance if you’re a small business owner.

City Policies and Plans

Playground Equipment – The City has reopened playground equipment. Please practice proper social distancing.

City’s COVID-19 Outbreak Response Plan – Read the City’s COVID-19 Response Plan, approved by the City Council Monday, March 16, 2020.

City’s COVID-19 Preparedness Plan – Read the protocols established to protect City Staff and residents as City Facilities reopen to the public.

Notice of ongoing City Facility Closure – Read the notice detailing City Services that are impacted by COVID-19 including deputy registrar operations and first responders.

Questions or concerns? Call the City’s main line at (952) 492-2535