To: Citizens of Helper City
Re: Governor Herbert’s Directive to the State of Utah
On Friday, March 27, 2020, Governor Herbert issued The Governor’s Coronavirus Directive for Utah “Stay Safe, Stay Home” addressing the steps we as a state should take to help combat the spread of COVID-19. Please, do not mistake this Directive for a shelter-in-place order; however, Helper City urges its citizens to comply with the directives outlined to the fullest extent possible, especially those who are considered high risk. A link to the full Directive is included below.
In an effort to comply with the spirit of the Directive, Helper City will be taking swift and appropriate actions to keep its citizens and constituents as safe as possible. The Helper Library, Western Mining and Railroad Museum, and all city park playgrounds will be closed to the public until further notice. City Hall is open and can be accessed by phone or drive through. The City understands that COVID-19 has impacted many facets of our professional and personal lives, and it is striving to continue to provide services for citizens while also making safety a top priority.
Helper City and its citizens are no strangers to hardship and adversity, and have overcome many obstacles to arrive where we are today. Just as we always have, I’d encourage neighbors and friends to help one another through this unconventional time. If you have any questions or concerns, I’d ask that you communicate them to https://www.seuhealth.com/whats-new under the Question/Comment Submission regarding the virus.
Helper City Mayor
Governor Herbert’s Directive: