COVID-19: Limited services for City of Cambridge

CAMBRIDGE — The city government has responded to the COVID-19 outbreak. A statement from City Manager Patrick Comiskey on Friday said, “The City of Cambridge will operate on limited services during the Maryland State of Emergency. City offices will be closed to the public.

“City staff will still report to work and be on duty. Citizens conducting business will need to make an appointment by contacting the appropriate city office.

“The city will not accept cash payments until the state of emergency has been lifted. Water bills, tax payments or other fees must be paid by check or money order either through the mail or by depositing the payment in the city night drop box outside the MUC office door.

“Anyone with a question or concern may contact city hall at 410-228-4020 or MUC 410-228-5440.”

Helpful Coronavirus links

Maryland Department of Health Coronavirus Page
CDC: About the Coronavirus Disease 2019
CDC: What to do if You Are Sick
Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center
AP News Coronavirus Coverage

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