All city facilities will remain closed to the public until May 18; City Hall will open for in-person customer service Monday, May 18th.  

May 15, 2020 – As of Monday, May 18th, City Hall will be opening per the Emergency Executive Order 20-56.  We applied to the State to be allowed to open our DMV to in person customer service and were approved.  To be considered for opening to in-person customer service we have to prepare a safety plan.  Attached is our plan Jordan COVID-19 Preparedness Plan.  Any customers please try to follow these safety precautions that apply to you.  We too need to follow the State guidelines on safety.  This includes limited access and the number of customers in at one time.   Anything that does not need in-person help please try to use our drop box or mail from this like vehicle tabs and water bills.  Thank you, for your patience and understanding.


March 30, 2020 – MN Executive Order 20-20 by Governor Walz directed all Minnesota Residents to Stay at Home. This Stay at Home order was extended to May 18, through Executive Order 20-48. All city facilities will remain closed to the public until May 18, the date when the most recent executive order expires. This includes city hall, the fire station, and the police station.

City staff will continue to work in all facilities in a limited capacity to provide essential city services. You are encouraged to connect with city staff through the city website, by phone and by email. If you have business that is time-sensitive and must be conducted in person, call (952) 492-2535 to make an appointment. City staff will do their best to accommodate your request.

The City of Jordan has been working with local, county, and state partners to help protect the health and wellness of both the community and employees during the rapidly changing coronavirus outbreak. As transmission has changed in Minnesota from travel-related to community spread, the city is making these changes while still ensuring it can provide essential services to residents.

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