Juneau: CBJ offices & facilities closed to in-person business, open via phone and email
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This in ~ Juneau residents are being urged to stay off the roads and avoid non-essential travel as the city braces for unsafe weather conditions. In light of this, all City and Borough of Juneau (CBJ) offices and facilities will be closed for in-person visits tomorrow, Wednesday, January 24.

This includes City Hall offices, Juneau Public Libraries, Parks & Rec facilities such as the Dimond Park Aquatic Center, Dimond Park Field House, Treadwell Arena, Zach Gordon Youth Center, Mt. Jumbo Gym, and RecycleWorks. However, the Shéiyi Xaat Hít Youth Shelter will remain open 24 hours a day.

Despite the closure of in-person services, CBJ departments can still be reached via phone and email. Residents can find contact information by visiting juneau.org and selecting the "Departments" menu or by checking the CBJ Directory.

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For those who need to access CBJ services during this time, many are available online. These include paying utility or property tax bills, filing and paying sales taxes, filing permit applications, and joining a pre-application meeting with the Community Development Department.

While most CBJ employees will not be reporting to work in person tomorrow due to safety concerns, essential workers will remain on duty. The Streets & Fleets Maintenance Department, Parks & Landscaping Department, and Docks & Harbors Department will continue working around the clock to clear streets, sidewalks, and parking lots.

The community's patience and understanding during this unprecedented weather event is greatly appreciated by CBJ officials. They urge residents to stay safe and avoid unnecessary travel until conditions improve.

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