Friday, March 20
The following are closed until further notice; click on each for more information.
The following businesses and governmental entities are open via phone and internet as employees work remotely; click on each for more information.
Rescheduled or canceled events; click on each for more information.
On Thursday, Shelby Mayor Steven Schag declared a state of emergency in the City of Shelby concerning local impact of the COVID-19/Coronavirus. In his two page order, Mayor Schag covered a number of points related to City operations, facilities, and personnel. A copy of the order is below.
A worker in the child care center at Nationwide Children’s Hospital tested positive for the coronavirus Wednesday. The child care center has shut down temporarily. A Nationwide Children’s Hospital employee is one of 119 Ohioans who have tested positive for the coronavirus.
We are so lucky to have a wonderful staff doing all they can to continue educating our youth!❤️ The teachers at Auburn Elementary held their first Google meet with their first-grade students this week.🙌🖥️ #WhippetPride pic.twitter.com/FIIG9n4Hlf— Shelby City Schools (@shelbywhippets) March 19, 2020