Most City of Duluth Buildings to Reopen June 1

City Hall

DULUTH, Minn. – The City of Duluth announced Wednesday that most city buildings will reopen to the public on June 1.

The following buildings will again be open to the public beginning on June 1:

  • City Hall
  • Mt. Royal and West Duluth Branch Libraries
  • Public Safety Building
  • Comfort Systems

City officials say that Duluth Fire Stations will continue to operate on an appointment-only basis until further notice.

“The Duluth Fire Department hopes to be open to the public later this summer,” Fire Chief Shawn Krizaj said. “We continue to watch vaccination numbers within the state and county for any possible COVID-19 surges. As the City of Duluth reopens in general, we want to make sure that we have enough staff to respond to emergencies. We look forward to welcoming the public back to our stations as soon as we can.”

The Main Public Library will open to the public on June 7 due to construction. For hours and services, click here.

Duluth City Hall will be open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Anyone entering the building will need to use the main doors off of Priley Circle.

Members of the public will be asked to do a health self-screening before meeting with staff.

Masks are not required in City buildings, however, non-vaccinated residents are strongly encouraged to wear masks pursuant to the CDC and MN Department of Health guidelines.

Due to construction in Duluth City Hall, some divisions will not be open for walk-in traffic and will require contact by phone or email to schedule an appointment.

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