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Based on Governor Kim Reynolds’ recommendation, the City of Solon is extending the closure of City Hall, the Solon Public Library, Solon Community Center, and the Timber D.O.M.E. Lodge through April 30, 2020. As that date approaches, a decision will be made regarding re-opening based on information that is available at that time. All public and private events scheduled in those facilities through April 30, 2020, are cancelled.
The City of Solon is working to address the COVID-19 public health challenge together with local, state, and federal partners. Services continue to the greatest extent possible while working to protect the health of citizens and staff. Public Works has reduced staffing and performing “essential only” services.
While practicing social distancing and preventative hygiene, support local businesses and restaurants: many have take-out, curbside, or delivery options, and gift certificates to use now or later.
To receive Emergency alert notifications through text message, simply text the word SOLON to 888777. To receive notification via home phone or email, please use the alert sign up box on the City of Solon website home page http://solon-iowa.com/
The City continues to provide essential services, while taking precautions to protect employee and citizen health. City Hall is closed to the public. However, staff remains available via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or if necessary, by phone at 319-624-3755.
Many payments and other services can be completed via www.solon-iowa.com.
Utility bills can be paid online or through the drop boxes located at Bridge Community Bank (drive-up), Sam’s Main Street Market (inside) and at City Hall parking lot.
Solon Community Center
Recreational programming will continue to be suspended while the Community Center is closed and is available by email at email@example.com.
Solon Public Library
Follow us on social media as we’ll continue to post resources for families to enjoy at home.
Visit our website www.solon.lib.ia.us for access to our (always free) online resources and use Bridges to download eBooks and eAudiobooks.
If you have questions or need assistance: we are available by phone, 319-624-2678 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Public Meetings Proceed
At this time, all public meetings are scheduled to proceed electronically. City Council meetings can be viewed live and a link will be posted at www.solon-iowa.com. Persons with comments can also come to the City Council Chambers at 101 N. Iowa Street, where electronic access will be provided. Social distancing will be required.
Park Trails Remain Open
Solon trails remain open, but playgrounds are closed. Restrooms are not available.
In these unsure times Everyone needs to stick together and help each other! Please help our Public Works out by please not flushing anything down a toilet except Toilet Paper. No Wipes - even if they say flushable they most likely are not, No paper towels, feminine products, Q Tips or anything you might think would disintegrate. We want to keep our sewer plant healthy as we want all people to stay healthy!
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advises that the COVID-19 virus has not been detected in drinking water. The American Water Works Association notes that EPA encourages the continued use of tap water, as COVID-19 has not been detected in drinking water supplies. EPA has established regulations with treatment requirements for public water systems that prevent waterborne pathogens such as viruses from contaminating drinking water and wastewater. COVID-19 is a type of virus that is particularly susceptible to disinfection and standard treatment and disinfectant processes are expected to be effective.
Garbage and Recycling
Until Further Notice, Starting Friday- April 3, 2020All recycling must be INSIDE the recycle cart. And there will be no pickup of large items, for example furniture. If you have any questions please call City Hall 624-3755.
Social Distancing and Tips for General Prevention
The best way to prevent the spread of illness is to avoid being exposed or spreading it to others. To practice social distancing:
Public health experts such as the Iowa Department of Public Health and the United States Centers for Disease Control are the best resources for accurate information about COVID-19.
Solon Food Pantry Information:
Monday Pantry – Solon Methodist Church 122 N West Street (rear parking lot)
• Hours 2:00 to 6:00 p.m.
• Limited food donations during crisis
• Accepting monetary donations
• Drive-up food distribution
• Solon School Families
• When -
• Where –
• Hours –
Solon Senior Support Information
Old Gold Dining Senior Meal Delivery 624-2251
When Life Gets Tough, Iowa Concern Can Help https://www.extension.iastate.edu/iowaconcern/
Solon School District March 20, 2020 Update https://docs.google.com/document/d/1aXd34LkjrabLMgCJd9cTaf7wbC3rs0mrsR7ISxNIgBM/edit
Solon School District March 21, 2020 Update https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CmIOuQM8yUUY99tX9M1cuijn20m7243hmh8P4thsiv0/edit
Solon School District March 23, 2020 Update https://www.solon.k12.ia.us/article/217818?org=solon-csd
Support Local Businesses and Restaurants (see menus below)
Salt Fork Kitchen
Solon American Legion Patriots Grill and more
We are happy to add your local business here if you let us know email@example.com
Please continue to support our local restaurants that are offering carryout and curbside service.
Governor Reynolds Small Business Relief Program Information: https://www.iowaeconomicdevelopment.com/our-agency-detail-resources/6710
The Iowa Economic Development Authority needs information from small business - https://www.iowaeconomicdevelopment.com/our-agency-detail-resources/6710
US Small Business Administration Assistance for COVID-19 Information here.
United Way of Johnson & Washington County has information on:
COVID-19 Volunteer opportunities and needs. https://www.unitedwayjwc.org/covid-19-0
If you are well and have general questions about the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) call: 211
Toll-Free: (866) 469-2211
Alternative: (319) 739-4211
UIHC has established a Coronavirus (COVID-19) Helpline. For questions & helpful information, please call 319-384-8819.
If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, UIHC asks that you please call 319-384-9010.