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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. As transmission has changed in Minnesota from travel-related to community spread, the city is making the following changes while still ensuring it can provide essential services to residents.

In accordance with Gov. Waltz's March 25 executive order for Minnesotans, city facilities will remain closed to the public through Friday, April 10. This includes city hall, the Municipal Service Center, fire stations 1 and 2 and the police department.

The Rec Center, ROC and Westwood Hills Nature Center interpretive building closed to the public until further notice. The closures include all rentals and programs scheduled at these facilities during this time period. Trails and outdoor areas at Westwood Hills Nature Center remain open to visitors.

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