Rochester Hills City Hall Reopens

The City of Rochester Hills will Open to the Public Starting Monday, June 15

Front doors of city hall with Main Entrance sign in the foreground and several flowering plants scattered near the doors

Rochester Hills City Hall Reopens

To ensure the safety of both residents and employees, the city has implemented a number of new features to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.  All employees will be required to complete screening procedures before coming into work.

Face masks, hand sanitizer stations, and single-use pens will be available to all visitors that come to City Hall. Floor markings to clearly mark social distancing spacing for guests while waiting in line have also been installed. We are also performing regular cleaning and disinfecting of all restrooms, counters, and commonly used surfaces.

Face masks will be required for all visitors who come into City Hall. If a visitor does not have one, a complimentary mask will be provided. Waste receptacles for gloves and face masks will be provided near the exit.

Residents will still be encouraged to conduct city business at and to utilize the drop boxes located outside City Hall,  but staff will be available to assist individuals who prefer to conduct business in person.

City Council regular meetings will be made available via video conference to limit the potential exposure of the public and staff to the COVID-19 virus. Council meetings are currently scheduled to take place virtually until the end of June. As always, residents will be able to view our City Council meetings online at or via RHTV.

“As Mayor, my time is now completely focused on how Rochester Hills can best prevent the spread, keep our local economy strong, and ensure the best services for our residents,” states Mayor Bryan K. Barnett. “We will continue to look for new ways to collaborate, innovate, and advocate to ensure that we remain the preeminent place to live, work, and raise a family.”

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