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Coronavirus response and resources

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The City of St. Louis Park 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.

In accordance with Gov. Walz's #StaySafeMN executive order 20-056, city facilities will remain closed to the public until further notice. This includes city hall, the Municipal Service Center, fire stations 1 and 2 and the police department. All city services continue to be provided, and many activities can be conducted online. 

The Rec Center, ROC and Westwood Hills Nature Center interpretive center also are closed to the public until further notice. Trails and outdoor areas at Westwood Hills Nature Center remain open to visitors.

The City of St. Louis Park has introduced an interactive COVID-19 resource, with links to maps and a variety of other information.

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