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City of Sycamore encourages residents to conduct city business virtually due to COVID-19

SYCAMORE – The City of Sycamore has implemented plans to limit possible exposure to coronavirus, while maintaining the goal of providing essential services, according to the City of Sycamore website.

The city is limiting access to its buildings and urging people to stay out of the buildings if they feel ill, and limit on face-to-face encounters by conducting city business over the phone, via email or mail. You can find department contacts at

Sycamore residents can deposit payments to the city in a drop box that is outside of the Sycamore Center, 308 W. State St., Sycamore The box is on the Somonauk Street side, which faces First Midwest Bank, 230 W. State St., Sycamore. Payments can also be dropped off inside a drive-up box at the Sycamore Public Works Department, 475 N. Cross St., Sycamore.

Residents are asked to call in advance if they need to enter a city facility, but access may vary, the website states.

If a person-to-person trip is necessary, residents are to enter an office one at a time while others wait their turn. Residents are to have their materials ready and to maintain a safe social distance – six feet of space is recommended.

“Thank you for your cooperation and please be safe,” the website states. It also includes the hashtag with the message “Sycamore Strong.”

Source: The Daily Chronicle

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