In response to the continued impacts of the recent COVID-19 surge, the City of Menifee will be extending the temporary closure of City Hall and other facilities to regular in-person services with an anticipated reopening on Monday, February 14.
To better serve the community during the extended closure, the City will begin offering limited appointments for in-person services beginning on Monday, January 31. Appointments will be available Monday through Friday and can be setup online by visiting cityofmenifee.us or by calling (951) 672-6777.
City Hall will also continue to offer services virtually via the "Zero Stop Shop," which provides online resources for many City services. Customer service representatives will be available by phone Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at (951) 672-6777. The Menifee Police Department will continue to be available by phone at (951) 723-1500.
The Senior Lunch Program provided by the Community Services Department will continue its drive-thru format during the extended temporary closure. Indoor recreational classes and activities will also be postponed during this time.
The City will continue to actively monitor the COVID-19 situation and its operational impacts, and will make any additional adjustments as necessary.