A letter from our Mayor Wesley E. Sallee,
In light of the unprecedented emergency declarations at both the National and State levels to curb the trend of Covid-19, all of our municipal facilities will be following suit. Rest assured that our Village Utility and Police Department services are strong. Our goal is to maintain our levels of Excellency as we take the necessary precautions to effectively practice social distancing. In order to keep our employees and facilities performing at optimum ability, the following directive has been initiated.
As of March 18, 2020. All municipal buildings and public works facilities will have locked public access. Having said that, each department will continue to provide services as normal as possible and business hours will remain the same. What this means for the public is that all business should be done via mail, phone, email, fax or the normal side door drop box may be used. The drop box will be emptied numerous times a day.
The village website: www.villageofgreenwich.com
The village website has information on how to contact the Huron County Health Department and the CDC for questions or concerns. And we try and keep it up to date on Governor DeWine’s policy actions on the Corona Virus.
We appreciate your patience and understanding during this global challenge. The health and safety of all of our communities and families are paramount. Together, in time, we will come through this pandemic. Please continue to look out for each other, especially the most vulnerable in our village, but please do it safely. Please ask for help from neighbors and friends if help is needed. With our community working together as I know it can, we will come through this time better than we were when it started. This is the time to come together. May God bless you and keep you safe.
Wesley E. Sallee
Mayor- Village of Greenwich
Village Utilities – 419-752-2441 – Police Department – 419-752-2681 or Emergency 911