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The Twin Falls City Manager will ask the Twin Falls City Council to consider a declaration of a State of Emergency in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Twin Falls City Council will meet at the Twin Falls City Council Chambers at Twin Falls City Hall on Monday, March 23 at 10 a.m. to declare the State of Emergency.
City Council members will be given the option of physically being present or by calling in. The meeting will be live streamed online at tfid.org and recorded for the public.
“Over the past several days, we have been working with our local partners and following how COVID-19 has been impacting our community,” said Travis Rothweiler, Twin Falls City Manager. “We have been working hard to ensure that we are taking the appropriate steps and the appropriate course of action at the appropriate time.”
A copy of the Declaration of a State of Emergency that will be considered by City Council is available here (PDF)