Farmington Closures/Changes as of Nov. 16, 2020

The City of Farmington continues to monitor the coronavirus situation and will provide updates as they become available. 

Friday, November 13, 2020

From the City of Farmington:

In response to the Public Health Order issued Nov. 13, the City of Farmington today announced the following facilities will close beginning Monday, Nov. 16 until further notice:

  • Farmington Public Library 
  • Farmington Museum
  • Farmington Recreation Center
  • All Tennis Courts
  • Pinon Hills Golf Course and Civitan Golf Course
  • Farmington Aquatic Center and Lions Pool

 

The Farmington Regional Animal Shelter remains open by appointment only. 

The Bonnie Dallas Senior Center and the Farmington Indian Center will continue to offer drive-through meal service.

The lobby and drive-through windows for the Farmington Electric Utility System located at 101 N. Browning Parkway remain open. FEUS' lobby and drive-through at 850 Municipal Dr. remains closed to the public. FEUS is not disconnecting services for non-payment and not charging late fees at this time. Please contact customer service for payment arrangements at 505-599-1353.

The City of Farmington continues to monitor the coronavirus situation and will provide updates as they become available. 

 

Please continue to follow the below listed Facebook pages for important local updates:

  • City of Farmington
  • San Juan Regional Medical Center
  • San Juan County Office of Emergency Management

The City is still accepting applications for the Farmington Business Continuity Grant. Businesses with up to 100 employees and $5 million in revenue are encouraged to apply online at fmtn.org.

More from COVID-19/Coronavirus

  • Daily NM COVID-19 Statistics: 84,148 (+2,259) cases, 1,400 Deaths (+17)

    The Department of Health on Monday also reported 149 new cases and no additional deaths in San Juan County, New Mexico related to COVID-19.

  • *Updated* Navajo Nation COVID-19 Cases Total: 15,236 (+197), 631 Deaths (+0)

    The total number of deaths remains 631 as previously reported on Sunday. Reports indicate that 8,205 individuals have recovered from COVID-19, and 149,081 COVID-19 tests have been administered. The total number of positive COVID-19 cases is now 15,236.

  • LaPlata County: CO COVID-19 Dial Level RED on Friday

    San Juan Basin Public Health (SJBPH) and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) are moving La Plata County to COVID-19 Dial Level Red: Severe Risk beginning Friday, November 20. The new Severe Risk level does entail new public health restrictions on businesses, events, and social gatherings. Moving levels is urgently needed to flatten case growth in La Plata County. The disease is prevalent enough in the community that it is leading to daily exposures and staff quarantines in all types of workplaces, including agencies providing critical services.

  • Navajo Nation Announces 3-week Stay-At-Home Order

    Only essential businesses will be allowed to operate during the hours of 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (MST) daily – weekdays and weekends. All essential businesses including gas stations, grocery stores, laundromats, and restaurants and food establishments are required to ensure employees and customers wear masks, practice social distancing, disinfect high-touch surfaces, access to hand wash stations, sanitizers and gloves, and limit the number of customers in any enclosed areas. Restaurants and food establishments must operate on a curbside or drive-thru basis only.

  • College HHPC & Cosmetology Salon to Temporarily Close Under New Public Health Order

    “The Governor’s recent order does not address higher education institutions, so for now the College will proceed with classes as scheduled,” says San Juan College President Dr. Toni Hopper Pendergrass. “We encourage everyone to please continue to adhere to COVID safe practices.”

  • NM Shuts Down: Gov. Unveils Strict COVID-19 Rules Nov. 16-30

    The worsening state of emergency throughout New Mexico necessitates severe public health restrictions as the state records unsustainable rates of new infections of COVID-19 and hospitals throughout the state approach or exceed capacity for bed availability and staffing resources. New Mexico’s rolling 7-day average of new COVID-19 cases is 1,012, nearly 10 times greater than the state’s target for a safe “reopening” process. The total COVID-19 hospitalizations in the state have risen at least 214 percent over the most recent four weeks.

  • San Juan County Public Health Order Changes

    In response to the Public Health Order issued on November 11, 2020, San Juan County is moving to  limited essential services, across all county departments. County Staff will maintain essential county services, while observing COVID Safe Practices in the workplace, and county buildings will remain closed to the public.

  • FMS: All Students Switch to Remote Learning November 30, 2020

    FMS will continue to serve free breakfast, lunch and snacks to all children ages 1-18 at curbside locations through November 20. On Friday, November 20, FMS will offer 7-day meal packets for families to utilize through the week of November 23-27 from 3-4:30 at four locations - Central Kitchen, Bluffview Elementary, Tibbetts Middle School and Piedra Vista High School. On Monday, November 30, free meals will continue to be served at the FMS curbside locations and select delivery sites.

Today's Weather

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