City of Kearney creates email for COVID-19 questions

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KEARNEY, Neb. (Press Release) The City of Kearney has decided to join other businesses and government offices to change working environments and operations in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“We are committed to providing resources to our community,” said City Manager, Mike Morgan.

In an effort to assist citizens, the City of Kearney has created a direct email address for all inquiries related to COVID-19. This email address will allow city staff to respond directly to each email and provide resources for citizens.

Please email if you are needing assistance.

“Providing an outlet where our citizens can connect directly to city staff is a great way to keep our communication open and allows us the opportunity to connect to those in need to resources we know are available throughout our community," said Morgan.

The Kearney Public library will no longer be offering curbside-pickup starting Wednesday, March 25, at noon. The city will also be locking their book drop and will not be accepting returns. No fines will accrue during the closing.
The library will continue their online presence, including the online catalog and online databases, as well as access to Overdrive and RBdigital for eBooks and downloadable audio books. Phone access for staff help will also be available.

Stan Clouse, Mayor of Kearney said, “We are exceptionally proud of how the community has stepped up and come together to help those in need.”