DEARBORN – The Dearborn Administrative Center, where many city services are housed, is changing the hours it is open to the public to 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday through December.
The change is to better serve the public while being mindful of COVID-19 precautions for employees and customers. Evolving health conditions may change the hours of operation.
The DAC continually will be open to the public for the five hours each day. It will not close for a lunch hour.
Deep cleaning of the building will still occur each day to protect employees and customers. Customers are still required to wear masks over their nose and mouth, fill out a health screening questionnaire, and stay 6 feet apart from other people. A limited number of customers are admitted at a time to help ensure proper social distancing when in the building.
The DAC previously had been closed from noon to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday for cleaning.
Online services, payment kiosks, app
Customers can check the city’s website at www.cityofdearborn.org for online services that may prevent a visit to the DAC.
Most bills owed to the city can be paid via secure DivDat kiosks or the DivDat mobile app. Go to www.divdat.com for more information and a list of kiosk payment locations. In Dearborn, there are kiosks in the lobby of the DAC, 16901 Michigan Ave.; at Dearborn Fresh, 13661 Colson; and Greenland Market, 12715 W. Warren.
Additional information about city services/buildings
The Dearborn City Clerk’s office within the DAC is closed until Nov. 30 because staff members were potentially exposed to the coronavirus. Limited services are being offered by the Clerk’s Office by calling 313-943-2010.
The Ford Community & Performing Arts Center is closed to the public for three weeks starting Nov. 18, following orders issued by the state of Michigan that apply statewide.
Henry Ford Centennial Library is also closed to the public until further notice due to the rising number of cases of the coronavirus. The library’s curbside services also are temporary suspended due to an unrelated electrical issue at HFCL that also impacts services at the branch libraries. Check Dearbornlibrary.org for updates.
For information on all city services, call 313-943-2000 or go to www.cityofdearborn.org.