City Hall set to re-open to the public on June 1

Mayor Scott Schertzer is announcing that City Hall will be opened to the public beginning on Monday, June 1, 2020.  The mayor has indicated that the safety and security of our residents and employees is of utmost importance while the City moves forward; as such, the City will be adhering to the guidelines and protocols that have been presented by the State of Ohio.

Following is information regarding changes that will be taking place at Marion City Hall as it is re-opened to the public:  

  • Effective Monday, June 1, 2020 for a two-week period, City Hall will be open to the public on a shortened schedule.  Hours will be Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm; while the building will be open on Tuesday from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm.

Beginning June 1, the only entry to City Hall open for public access to the building will be the front entrance.  Any individual entering the building, with the exception of those paying a utility bill or requesting the service of Police Records, will be required to wear a face covering, have their temperature checked, and go through a security screening process.  The security screening process was mandated by the Ohio Supreme Court.

  • Mayor Schertzer has indicated that all Boards and Commissions under his appointment may resume meeting; however, the protocols listed below are being given as guidelines for each Board and Commission:        
          - Face coverings should be worn by all individuals attending the meeting.
          - Social distancing protocols need to be followed during the meeting.
          - An individual must be responsible for taking and recording the temperature of every person attending the meeting.
          - Each individual attending the meeting must provide contact information for contact tracing purposes.