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City Hall open to walk-in access

Face coverings required by visitors

City Hall is once again open to the public for walk-in access. Face coverings are required for visitors and social distancing guidelines remain in place. Face coverings and hand sanitizer are available at all building entrances: south . . .

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Increased services, visitors at Crete Public Library starting March 24

Meeting and study rooms also open for reservations

Beginning Wednesday, March 24, Crete Public Library will be offering more services as city buildings open up to more in-person visitors with existing health and safety precautions in place. Existing library COVID protocols will be . . .

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Local case and vaccine information for Crete, Saline County

Statewide Directed Health Measures issued to slow spread of COVID-19

  This article has been updated as of March 29. COVID-19 Vaccine information Public Health Solutions - District Health Department local updates and clinics Department of Health and . . .

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Update: Status of city services & information links

(Information current as of March 24, 2021) For the general public: The City of Crete will continue to share relevant and timely information and recommendations from public health services - State of Nebraska and the . . .

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Relief and assistance programs available during COVID-19 outbreak

Released July 30: COVID Community Response Fund (United Way)  One-time grants are available for individuals or for families living in Saline County who are experiencing difficulties in paying for essential . . .

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Public Parks open June 18

Council approves start of baseball/softball activities at Tuxedo Park under new guidelines

Public Parks:  The City of Crete will reopen public parks and playgrounds to public access on Thursday, June 18 after a vote at the regular city council meeting on June 2.  The public is strongly encouraged to follow basic . . .

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