Reminder from Park Hills Utility Department about operations during the Stay at Home Order. The Water & Sewer Department will operate on an on-call basis. If you have a water or sewer emergency, please call the Park Hills Police Department at 573-431-3122 or 911. Water bill payments are still required. You may still mail in your payments or the Water Department offers two drop boxes. As another convenience, you may also make your payment online. You can find information about online payments on the City’s
SBA Administrator Jovita Carranza today announced that SBA issued guidance clarifying that all faith-based organizations impacted by Coronavirus (COVID-19) are eligible to participate in the Paycheck Protection Program and the Economic Injury Disaster Loan program, without restrictions based on their religious identity or activities, to the extent they meet the eligibility criteria outlined in the CARES Act that was passed by Congress, signed into law by President Trump, and implemented by the Paycheck
Governor Parson Announces $600 Unemployment Compensation Program & Workers Comp for First Responders
In today’s COVID-19 briefing, Governor Mike Parson announced that the Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations’ (DOLIR) Division of Employment Security (DES) has received its first operational guidance related to the Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation (FPUC) program under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act of 2020. The FPUC does not include any provisions or benefits for eligible self-employed workers. Late Sunday, DOLIR received federal guidance on that
City of Park Hills Good Friday Trash Pick-Up Schedule Notice! Reminder, the City WILL NOT pick up trash on Friday, April 10th. Friday route residents, please put your trash out on Thursday, April 9th! Don't forget to set it out early too! During the Stay at Home Order, trash routes are only running from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. with no return or late pick-ups. The City of Park Hills wishes everyone a safe and happy GOOD FRIDAY! If you have any questions, please call the office at 573-431-3577 -
The City of Park Hills has suspended all scheduled bulk trash pick-ups at this time. If you have already paid for an upcoming pick-up, a City Staff Member will be contacting you soon to offer you the choice of remaining on the list for the re-scheduled pick-up at a later date or have your fee refunded.
We just wanted to take a couple of minutes and let all our friends know that Patsy's is remaining open for business Monday through Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. We want everyone to know that we are taking COVID-19 very seriously and are taking every precaution to ensure our guest's safety in these uncertain times. We remain in constant prayer for our community and our Nation as we all struggle to adjust. We are here for our community and look forward to better days. Stay safe and God bless you all!
At today’s press briefing, Governor Mike Parson announced he has signed Executive Order 20-08 suspending a statutory requirement that a notary public must conduct the notarization of official documents while the signer appears personally in front of him or her. As requested by Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft, the Order allows for the use of audio-video technology to complete the personal appearance requirement, protecting the health and safety of both notaries public as well as Missourians who otherwise
Attention Country Mart Customers Starting Monday, April 6, 2020, Country Mart will be limiting the number of customers allowed in the store at one time. We ask that only one person per household come in at a time. If you are a single parent we will allow you to bring your child with you. This is for the health and safety of all. Thank you for your understanding during these difficult times. We appreciate our customers and our hard-working employees that come to work each day! Country Mart Park Hills,
In light of the continuing uncertainty with the COVID-19 pandemic, Mineral Area College’s summer classes will be offered online only. Students who have already enrolled in a class will be notified of any changes that will need to be made to their schedule.“Though we are all eager to get back to normal operations, there’s still a lot of uncertainty about when we may see the peak here in Missouri,” said MAC President Dr. Joe Gilgour. “We believe it is in the best interest of everyone to make this decision
The St. Francois County Health Center today reported the first death of a St. Francois County resident due to COVID-19. The resident was a male in his 70s and had underlying health conditions. He tested positive for COVID-19 on March 31, 2020. The case was not travel related. Everyone is urged to take preventive actions to prevent the spread of all respiratory viruses. These actions include: • Avoid social gatherings of more than ten (10) people. • Stay home as much as possible. • Maintain social
Building on Missouri’s efforts to control, contain, and combat COVID-19, Governor Mike Parson today issued a statewide “Stay Home Missouri” Order effective beginning at 12:01 a.m. on Monday, April 6, 2020, until 11:59 p.m. on Friday, April 24, 2020. The Order explicitly states that individuals currently residing within the state of Missouri shall avoid leaving their homes or places of residence unless necessary. “First and foremost, I want everyone to know that I love this state and the people of this
As of 4:00 p.m. today, the St. Francois County Health Department is reporting that there are now 12 cases of COVID-19 in St. Francois County. More information to be posted as it comes available.
Annette D. Schnabel, DPT, MBA, FACHE has been named president of Parkland Health Center. Schnabel begins her new role on May 11, succeeding Tom Karl, who previously announced his plans to retire in the spring of 2020. Schnabel currently serves as president and CEO of Perry Memorial Hospital, a critical access hospital serving Bureau County, Illinois, and its surrounding communities. Prior to joining Perry Memorial Hospital in 2014, she served in various leadership roles at Hospital Sisters Health System
Article via The Daily Journal OnlineAs city and state parks close or limit access, increasing numbers of people may find themselves spending outdoor time in their own “parks” — their yards and gardens. One local, seasonal standby is ready to help Parkland residents reconnect with the growing season.Dix Garden Center, operated spring through fall by MCII Sheltered Workshop at 1430 E. Main St. in Park Hills, opened its doors to the public Wednesday. It is scheduled to be open April 1 - June 30, 9 a.m.-5:30
Due to the unprecedented circumstances nationwide, we have decided to offer box produce sales to our community. In hopes to eliminate the local residents from traveling to heavily populated areas with a lot of foot traffic to acquire their healthy foods. Below are the details on the box and bulk items we are offering. We will also have 50 lb sack of potatoes, jumbo carrots, and onions at $20.00 each! Address: 920 5th Street, Park Hills, MO We will stop taking orders for the box produce at 5:00 p.m. on
With “stay-at-home” orders going into effect in several counties in our region, we wanted to reassure everyone that our emergency services are still available as an essential business. If you have water, fire/smoke, mold, or hazardous material remediation needs, or if your home or business needs a disinfectant cleaning, give us a call 24/7 at either location.
The St. Francois County Health Center is now reporting that the case count is up to 10 total cases. As of April 1, 2020, at 10:30 a.m. the COVID-19 case count is up to 10. We've added additional data to our case breakdown. Please visit www.sfchc.org/covid-19-updates/ for sector guidance.
As provided by the St. Francois County Health Center, please see the guidelines for the Stay at Home Order which takes effect Friday morning, April 3, 2020, at 12:01 a.m. below:
In accordance with the County’s recently issued Stay at Home order, as of 4:30 p.m. today, the Chamber office will be closed and will remain closed until the order is lifted. I will continue to work from home and will be accepting both telephone calls and emails. Please know that I have been monitoring all of our investor’s Facebook pages for updates on closings, schedule and service changes, as well as any other important information, and will continue to do so. If you have any information you would like
We are closed to do our part to help flatten the curve and to protect our employees from COVID-19. Watch the St. Francois County Emergency Closing page on Facebook for updates. Our tentative date to reopen is April 6th. That’s only a tentative. Any phone calls, messages, texts or emails will not be answered during this time. Any questions for Motor Vehicle 573-526-3669 or for driver’s 573-526-2407. Thank you.
The Park Hills Parks & Recreation Department is reporting that all of the Park Hills Parks are now closed. Restrooms, fitness equipment, basketball courts, and playgrounds are closed. The only exceptions are the Haney and Columbia Park walking trails. Columbia Park road is closed, but walkers can park in front of the park. In accordance with the CDC's Social Distancing Guidelines, we are strongly encouraging those who do utilize the walking areas at these parks to maintain the recommended 6 ft. distance
In response to the St. Francois County Stay at Home Order #033020, all departments of the City of Park Hills, except for the services listed below, will be closed effective Thursday, April 2, 2020, at 5:00 p.m. and continuing until the county order has been lifted. CITY HALL City Hall Offices will be closed. Residents needing immediate assistance may call the office number at 573-431-3577 which will be answered by an employee from home, Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00
Effective April 2, new measures will further implement CDC health guidance. JEFFERSON CITY, MO, MAR. 31, 2020 – Out of an abundance of caution and in response to recent events, Missouri State Parks will modify operations at five state parks to address overcrowding and concerns regarding public safety. The modifications, including the temporary closure of four of Missouri’s state parks and partial closure of one additional park, go into effect at 5 p.m. Thursday, April 2, and are scheduled to continue until
Following the St. Francois County Health Center's Facebook live video on March 31, 2020, they were notified of two additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. They are actively investigating these cases. This brings the total count to 7.
We're concerned for you. Scammers are taking advantage of fears surrounding COVID-19 As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to impact the United States, scammers have seized the opportunity to prey on consumers. Here are some tips to help you keep the scammers at bay: RobocallsHang up on robocalls. Don’t press any numbers. Scammers are using illegal robocalls to pitch everything from scam Coronavirus treatments to work-at-home schemes. The recording might say that pressing a number
Effective immediately, the Health Center's door will be locked. If you need services, please call before arriving. Our phone number is 573-431-1947.
April 1, 2020 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM - Credentialing $30.00 COVID-19 and Other Disaster Recovery Resources Updates and changes to FMLA (Family Medical Leave Act), SBA (Small Business Assistance), EDA (Economic Development Administration) and Disaster Recovery, USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) Rural Business Development Grants, COVID-19 loans and local initiatives. David Gaines, Community & Economic Development Director, Manager, Goldstone Consulting Rob Harrington, Economic Development
At Pharmax Pharmacy, we are committed to serving our community, and the health of all our patients and staff is our highest priority. Amid the COVID-19 concerns, we are currently only operating through these convenient services:Curb-side pickup - just give us a call, and we will bring your medications out to you!FREE delivery right to your front doorConvenient drive-thru window Need OTCs? Let us know, and we can bring those too! Give us a call to get started today!
Please see the letter from Central Schools dated March 30, 2020, in regards to the extension of school closings: March 30, 2020 Dear Families and Staff: As the past week has shown, the COVID-19 pandemic has begun to spread through most of our counties. We have been diligent in our decision-making process when asking how our school districts can make a difference in slowing the spread of this disease. At this time, we feel that returning to school next week would be detrimental to the efforts of our
We have been made aware of many rumors surrounding discussions of a "stay at home" order. Please see the statement below. Any decision made in relation to a “stay at home” order is taken very seriously. We understand the implications that these types of orders carry; especially for small businesses. The St. Francois County Health Center Board of Trustees has voted unanimously to support a “stay at home” order if said order is also supported by the County Commission. No order has been finalized or
President Donald Trump is extending the voluntary national shutdown for a month as sickness and death from the coronavirus pandemic rise in the U.S. The initial 15-day period of social distancing urged by the federal government expires Monday and Trump had expressed interest in relaxing the national guidelines at least in parts of the country less afflicted by the pandemic. But instead, he decided to extend them through April 30, a tacit acknowledgment he’d been too optimistic. Many states and local
The St. Francois County Health Center is investigating a 4th confirmed case of COVID-19 in an SFC resident. The case is a female in her 40s and is a healthcare professional who works outside St. Francois County. Her exposure is unknown at this time but is suspected to be related to her line of work. The Health Center is actively performing an epidemiological investigation to identify and notify her close contacts. A total case count, age ranges, and exposure type for COVID-19 cases in SFC can be found in
We are currently offering free pickup and delivery of medical supplies and equipment to any healthcare facility or emergency management organization throughout Southeast Missouri. Our trailers are ready to go. Call us 24/7 at 573-366-6351.
As another measure to protect staff from COVID-19, St. Joe State Park will implement a self-pay system on Sunday, March 29. ORV riders can self pay at the check station and should bring exact change. Riding permits are $5 for ATV and $10 for UTV. An online ORV/UTV permit is in the works, and we hope to roll out next week.
How Long Do Coronaviruses Live on Surfaces? The coronavirus that causes COVID-19 mainly spreads from person to person. When someone who is infected coughs or sneezes, they send droplets containing the virus into the air. A healthy person can then breathe in those droplets. You can also catch the virus if you touch a surface or object that has the virus on it and then touch your mouth, nose, or eyes. Coronavirus: What you Need to Know The coronavirus can live for hours to days on surfaces like
The COVID-19 pandemic is resulting in a surge of phishing, cyber-attacks, telephone, and other scams. Please exercise caution in opening any COVID-19 or pandemic related emails from known and unknown origins. Remain vigilant and continue to comply with cyber-security best practices. Don't give out any private or secure information over the phone. Don't cash checks that you aren't sure are 100% valid. Recent examples of malicious activity include spoof emails and phone calls from the Centers for Disease
The team at Parkland Health Center has been working diligently to put protective measures in place to support the safety of patients and staff during the COVID-19 (novel coronavirus disease) outbreak. In conjunction with its partners across BJC HealthCare, along with state and local health departments and guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO), Parkland Health Center has already introduced measures to prevent risk, including the cancelation of elective
Stress and Coping The outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) may be stressful for people. Fear and anxiety about a disease can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions in adults and children. Coping with stress will make you, the people you care about, and your community stronger. Everyone reacts differently to stressful situations. How you respond to the outbreak can depend on your background, the things that make you different from other people, and the community you live in.People who may
In this time of uncertainty, please know I share your concerns and fears. With that being said, we are doing our very best to take care of the numerous calls received daily about court dates and if they have been rescheduled. As of March 17, 2020, if you had a court date on either March 23, 2020, or April 13, 2020, your case has been rescheduled to April 27, 2020, at 5:00 p.m. Notices and/or Summons were sent to the last known address on file. If you did not receive a notice, please contact my office
Governor Mike Parsons has ordered that all gatherings of more than 10 people are no longer allowed, and it is recommended to maintain a social distance of 6 feet between individuals. If these measures cannot be followed and the virus continues to spread, the County Health Dept. will have no choice but to issue a shelter in place order. These guidelines will only work if we, the citizens, do our part. Kids that are out of school need to stay home or be with the parents if they go for a walk. Just
During these trying times, we all must work together for one common goal “Life Safety”. Nothing is more precious than life itself. The Community Development Department of the City of Park Hills is charged with providing its citizens and visitors with that life safety on a daily basis. The staff of the Community Development Department is often the unseen protectors of many life safety aspects such as housing occupancy inspections, property maintenance inspections, all aspects of
Curious about why everyone has been promoting drive-thru and pick-up orders; Aside from still trying to support our local restaurants? Are you wondering how this could still be safe? See this informative Food Service FAQ sheet to learn more!
For convenience and safety, the Park Hills Utility Department has added a second drop-box near the entrance to the Water Department. With offices currently closed to the public due to the COVID-19 pandemic, utility officials want to make sure that every convenience is available for paying your monthly water bill. The drive-up box is still available near the street, as is the ability to pay online as well. For questions, please contact the Utility Department at 573-431-2280.
At SEMOBH we are committed to the continuation of uninterrupted client services throughout this pandemic for the communities we serve. We know it is critically important to those in need of our services that we continue to serve as a resource upon which they can take ongoing reliance. As such, with some slight modifications to on-site or in-office services, we are open for business to serve our constituents. Predicated upon guidelines and recommendations established by the Centers for Disease Control
Please join Inc. and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce for a complimentary virtual event, Friday, March 27, from 12:00 P.M. to 1:00 PM EST. The Senate passed a historic stimulus package on Wednesday night. The House of Representatives is expected to pass it this week. But at 880 pages and with $2 trillion at stake, what does this bill mean for your small business? What do you need to know to help your business thrive, reassure your employees, and give you some of the certainty needed to lead? Inc., in
WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House and Senate leaders of both parties announced an agreement early Wednesday on an unprecedented $2 trillion emergency bill to rush sweeping aid to businesses, workers and a health care system slammed by the coronavirus pandemic. The urgently needed measure is the largest economic rescue bill in history. It is intended as a weekslong or monthslong patch for an economy spiraling into recession — or worse — and a nation facing a potentially ghastly toll. “To the American
The Workforce Development Board of Southeast Missouri released a tutorial video yesterday, March 24, 2020, which offers detailed assistance for those needing help applying for their unemployment insurance benefits. The video can be viewed at https://youtu.be/yjspqVgB_Po and provides step-by-step directions for filing online. Please help share this information with anyone you know who might need assistance with the filing process.
Governor Mike Parson has requested that President Donald J. Trump approve a major disaster declaration for the entire state of Missouri to provide federal assistance for state and local COVID-19 pandemic preparedness and emergency response efforts. In the request filed Tuesday, Governor Parson said the pandemic is of such severity and magnitude that an effective response is beyond the state and local governments. “The COVID-19 pandemic has already had a devastating effect on the state of Missouri,
St. Francois County Health Center is reporting a third confirmed case of COVID-19. The case is a female in her 40s and is associated with the Bonne Terre wedding exposure. This brings the total COVID-19 case count to 3.
Kindred at Home is collecting items for our most at-risk seniors and limited ability folks. Anyone that has a few extra items to spare; toothpaste, toothbrushes, soap, shampoo, hand sanitizer, wipes, coloring books, colored pencils, non-perishable food items that can be cooked in a microwave, or snacks that can be stored in a cabinet; PLEASE drop them off at the Kindred at Home office at 751 Maple Valley Dr. in Farmington. We are putting together goodie bags this week and will be delivering them as we
St. Francois County Now Two Confirmed Cases of COVID-19, According to the St. Francois County Health Center
St. Francois County now has two confirmed cases of COVID-19, according to the St. Francois County Health Center. Director Amber Elliott announced the first case Sunday afternoon and announced the second case Monday night. The second case was said to be a female in her 20s. She is a healthcare professional who works outside St. Francois County. As of press time, they were still investigating how exactly she contracted the illness but suspected it was due to her line of work. She is in isolation at her
To purchase your "Curbside Pick-Up & Delivery" sign for just $5.00, over the phone, call 573-756-9000. Schedule a time for pick-up and we will bring it out to you. The signs are 18" x 24" corrugated plastic. Pre-printed. First-come, first-serve. No holds. While supplies last.
The Park Hills - Leadington Chamber Office is currently closed to visitors. We are continuing to assist our investors and the community with important announcements as quickly we can get those posted. You can find all of those updates on our Chamber's Website and our Facebook Page. Please contact us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org if you have closings or announcements you would like for us to share or any questions that you might have. We continue to pray for everyone's wellness and the safety of our cities,
Notice, all City of Park Hills Ball Leagues (T-Ball, Youth Baseball, & Fast-pitch softball) are on hold. If we are able to have leagues, later on, we inform you as quickly as possible. Deadlines will be extended and/or re-opened once daily operations are back to normal. The Office at City Hall is closed to the public right now, so there is no need to send in registrations. Stay safe!
BJC HealthCare is putting additional measures in place to protect patients and employees from the transmission of COVID-19.Effective Monday, March 23, BJC HealthCare is suspending visitation within its facilities. Exceptions will be allowed in the following instances, for designated visitors who remain with the patient at all times (other exceptions will be considered for extraordinary circumstances):Obstetric patientsNursery and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) patientsPatients who are at
On Sunday, March 22nd at 2 pm, the St. Francois County Health Center was notified of the first confirmed case of COVID-19 in a resident of St. Francois County, Missouri. The individual is a female in her 30s and is currently at home in isolation. She has been quarantined since being tested on March 20th. Public health officials are actively investigating this case and will begin contacting persons who may have been in close contact with this individual. Close contacts are anyone within six feet of a
Guess what we now have!!! A PICKUP WINDOW available for all customers! We will be closing the inside down starting Monday, March 23, 2020, indefinitely. You can order on our online store during normal hours using our website: https://squareup.com/store/raecoles-coffee-bar/ *Our hours will remain the same!
We will be implementing the number system to take part in the social distancing. This means there will only be a certain amount of people in our center at one time. You will check in to get a number and will need to wait in line until it is your time to go in. Please try and limit the amount of people you bring with you; it is strictly based on the number of people not the amount of people in your household. This will take effect starting next week. We will be keeping our hours the same as we hope to
Hello FIA Clubhouse Members!!! Everyone is missed. Clubhouse staff cannot wait for things to get back to “normal” so we can once again come together as a Clubhouse Community - without social distancing - and support each other in our own recovery journey. HOWEVER, until that time, all Clubhouse Staff are working from home and available to provide support to each of our members. Staff will be reaching out daily to members. Feel free to contact your Clubhouse Unit Leader throughout the day for support when
For the safety and consideration of customers and employees, we will only accept customers by appointment for the next two weeks. Appointments can be made on our Facebook Page or by calling (573) 431-0342. Please make all appointments 24 hours ahead of time, although we will try to accommodate customers that arrive at the store during store hours.
To alleviate public congestion in local license offices, DOR has implemented automatic extensions for expiring driver licenses and motor vehicle registrations. These extensions are effective immediately:Vehicle owners with registrations or license plates expiring in March and April have been granted an automatic two-month extension. Owners will be able to continue operating their vehicles on Missouri roadways without penalty until they can apply for renewal.The time frame in which a vehicle safety and
Governor Parson grants flexibility for the Missouri Department of Social Services to provide reassurance and clarity regarding services to our state’s most vulnerable population.
Governor Parson grants flexibility for the Missouri Department of Social Services to provide reassurance and clarity regarding services to our state’s most vulnerable population. Missouri Medicaid-MO HealthNetEligibility for any Medicaid participant will not be terminated unless the individual requests a voluntary termination of eligibility or the individual ceases to be a resident of the state through the end of the federal emergency COVID-19 declarationExtending 90 days of MO HealthNet coverage to
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) announces it will close regional offices, Department headquarters in Jefferson City, and all other public contact offices around the state to visitors starting Monday, March 23, through April 15. While MDC public offices will be closed to general visitation, offices will still be staffed. Visitors with official business will need to notify the office to gain access. Find MDC office contact information at mdc.mo.gov/regional-contacts?county=All. MDC closed
The Order includes new measures to protect the health and safety of Missouri citizens and frontline workers. “As the COVID-19 crisis continues to develop, this is a critical step in protecting the health and safety of Missourians,” Governor Parson said. “I cannot emphasize enough how important it is for all citizens to practice social distancing and abide by this order, which is backed by intense deliberation and knowledge.” The Director of the Department of Health and Senior Services, finding it
SBA Offers Disaster Assistance to Missouri Small Businesses Economically Impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19)
The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital to Missouri small businesses suffering substantial economic injury as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), SBA Administrator Jovita Carranza announced today. SBA acted under its own authority, as provided by the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act that was recently signed by the President, to declare a disaster following a request received from Gov. Michael L.
RiverSide Grill Offering ONLY Carry Out, Drive-Thru, and FREE DELIVERY Beginning Monday, March 23, 2020
Following the guidelines as specified by Governor Parson this evening, beginning Monday morning, March 23, 2020, at 7:00 a.m. RiverSide Grill will be offering ONLY Carry Out, Drive-Thru, and FREE DELIVERY services through at least April 6, 2020. Dining room services will be suspended during this time, but yes, we said DELIVERY! We will offer FREE local delivery to Park Hills, Leadington, and Desloge. Just call us at 573-327-4199 to place your order! Our dining room WILL be open tomorrow, Sunday, March 22,
Today, across the country, we will begin temporarily adjusting the operations of our branches. The goal is to look out for the safety of our customers and employees by decreasing lobby usage and encouraging drive-through use while maintaining appropriate access in areas without drive-throughs. Please check our branch locator for the current status of branches in your area. http://ow.ly/q0wn50yQ65J
Secretary of Treasury Steven Mnuchin has announced that the deadline to file income taxes will be moved to July 15 from April 15, at President Trump's direction. All taxpayers and businesses will get additional time to file and make payments without interest or penalties. For more information, visit: https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus
At Ameren Missouri, customers are at the center of everything we do. That's especially true now, as we all work together to protect ourselves and our loved ones from the spread of COVID-19, the coronavirus. As communities across Missouri increase efforts to safeguard everyone's health, we realize that some of those efforts may create financial hardships for you or your family. We've partnered with the United Way of Greater St. Louis to create the Coronavirus Income Relief Program that will offer $500,000
The Park Hills Public Library will be closed on Saturdays until further notice.
St. Louis Regional Health Systems Announce Cancellation of Elective Procedures, Effective Monday, March 23
In an effort to protect patients and caregivers from the spread of COVID-19 infection, a group of St. Louis health care providers including BJC HealthCare and its partners at Washington University School of Medicine, Mercy, SSM Health and its partners at Saint Louis University School of Medicine, and St. Luke’s Hospital have announced the cancellation of elective procedures, effective Monday, March 23. “This measure is intended to ensure that only urgent or time-sensitive procedures are provided, to
To all citizens of Park Hills, During this time of uncertainty, we cannot allow ourselves to focus strictly on the COVID-19 virus. Not only are we fighting an invisible enemy we must remember to protect ourselves from the severe weather that Missouri is capable of having. The City of Park Hills purchased and is utilizing the CodeRED alert system in addition to our outdoor warning sirens. The CodeRED system has teamed up with the National Weather Service so that weather watches or warnings can be sent to
We're here for you. We're ready to serve the needs of our community. The safety of our customers, team members, and our community remains our top priority during the growing concerns surrounding COVID-19. Beginning on March 20th, we will be offering lobby access by appointment only. Drive-thru service hours will operate business as usual. If you need access to your safe deposit box or require in-person service, please call 877-955-3722 to make an appointment. We are committed to providing a safe and
At our office locally, we wanted to let you know of our plans for if, or when, this pandemic gets worse. First off, we would close the doors to foot traffic in the office. While our doors might be closed we would still be here working, answering phones, and taking payments through our dropbox. If we are forced to stay home or think it best for the safety of the community, both Jolynn and I have the ability to work from home. This will still allow us to answer your calls, service your policies, make
We just want to let everyone know that during the pandemic that we are currently having, the St. Francois county offices will still be available! If you are not comfortable coming into the offices and would prefer to call us, please do so! You can also reach us here on Facebook, by email, or text. Mike and I will be here even if we're working from home! Mike in Farmington: Mike.Sansagraw@mofb.com Office: 573-756-6403 Cell/Text: 573-380-5375 Ashley in Desloge: Ashley.Sansagraw@mofb.com Office:
Here at Graphic Options, we have had several customers ask if we are still open through this virus situation. At this time, yes, and we are still able to get products to fill orders. As long as our suppliers don't close, we won't either. We hope everyone stays safe through all this. Your Friends at Graphic Options
Dear Friends, The growing concern of the coronavirus continues to be the number one thing on all Missourians’ minds, and I assure you that here in Jefferson City, your leaders and representatives are doing everything they can to prevent further spread of the virus, fear, and misinformation. As I write this, Missouri has suffered its first casualty to the coronavirus. I hope that I can help alleviate some of your concerns, worries, and fears. It is during times like this that we as a society must pull
PSA: For your protection and ours: If you are dropping your vehicle off for repairs or need an estimate please STAY IN YOUR CAR. Let us come to you! We also are happy to offer our ONLINE ESTIMATING TOOL. Just call and we can text or email you an estimate!
At KFMO Radio, we're committed to keeping you informed not afraid. That's why we and our sister station KFMO 1240 AM have built a COVID-19 page dedicated to bringing you the local stories and information you need. Keep up to date with important updates by visiting our Coronavirus Info Page and share it with your friends and loved ones.
All of our lobbies will be closed as of tomorrow, Friday, March 20. However, our drive-through services will remain open as usual. Read more below or visit belgradestatebank.com. In keeping with CDC guidelines to limit the spread of COVID-19, Belgrade State Bank will close all lobbies effective March 20. Thursday, March 19 will be the last day the lobbies will be open. The only exceptions will be for people who need in for a loan closing, access to a safe deposit box or by appointment. To make an
In response to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) epidemic, we are sad to announce that we are postponing the Easter Egg Hunt. Once all of this is over, we will plan a new date to plan a fun event. For those who sent us an RSVP, we will contact them to give them this update. We would like to stress that there are no known cases of COVID-19 at our Center. This is a rapidly evolving situation and we are taking proactive steps to protect the children, parents & staff. We will continue to evaluate the situation and
After much thought, I have decided to change hours for the time being. Our hours will be as follows:Monday 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Tuesday ClosedWednesday 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.Thursday ClosedFriday 1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Sunday Closed Sincerely, Kara Stein, Owner
Dear PRC Parenting Class Clients, In following with the CDC recommendations regarding group gatherings, and in order to keep everyone healthy, we will be adjusting our Parenting Classes. This is the tentative plan, however, we will continue to watch the situation and make changes accordingly. For the current time, we will NOT be having classes. We are making arrangements for you to receive diapers & wipes, and you will have access to lessons and Bible studies so you can continue to earn points for the
To Our Valued Customers: At Culligan Water, the health and safety of our customers and employees is our highest priority. With COVID-19, I wanted to personally reach out and let you know that we are taking precautions for everyone's health and safety. Our senior leadership team is monitoring new information and making prompt decisions. We are taking the following actions and emphasizing the importance of following recommendations based on facts and data from the Centers for Disease Control
Pharmax Pharmacy Assures of No Medication Shortages; Recommends Drive-Thur & Use of FREE Delivery Service
ATTENTION PATIENTS: COVID-19 UPDATE Amid the COVID-19 concern, we want to assure you that we are currently operating as normal and are here to help with any questions or concerns. There are NOT currently any medication shortages, and we are stocked up on medication and other health care items (other than toilet paper and hand sanitizer). Remember that washing your hands often and staying home when you are sick are the best ways to prevent the spread of any virus. If you are exhibiting any symptoms such
Southeast Economic Development Fund (SEED$) is going to appointment only for the time being. We're still here and always available, but in order to do our part to flatten the curve we're taking precautions so please call before coming. Our number is 573-431-4296 or you can always send an email to email@example.com. We're here for you!
Due to the pending Covid 19 threat, all visitors and donations to the agency are currently suspended until further notice. Thank you for your understanding.
Because ensuring the safety and well-being of our employees, customers and communities is at the heart of what we do, we’ve suspended disconnects and late fees until May 1 for residential and business customers. If you’re impacted by the Coronavirus and need help with your natural gas bill, don’t worry. Contact us. We’re in this together, and we’re here to help. We’re here for you, every day. A message from Spire’s EVP and COO Steve Lindsey regarding Coronavirus.
At MKS Broadcasting, Inc. KFMO/B104 Radio stations, we understand that right now, life is very uncertain. We are experiencing things that have never happened in our lifetime and we are all doing our best to continue working to keep life as normal as possible.At KFMO/B104 Radio we are still focused on meeting our client’s needs, which will never change. We are actively implementing alternative solutions to in-person interviews and market visits. We are able to reach clients and continue hands-on service as
To Our Customers These are unprecedented times, but we're clear on what matters most. We're guided by our values every day. Nothing is more important to us than the health and safety of our employees, our customers, and the communities where we work and serve. In fact, nothing else comes close. Right now, that means taking steps beyond what we're required to do. New Era Bank is supporting global efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19 following CDC recommendations. We are temporarily restricting access to
Battlefield Entertainment Center will be closed for the rest of the month. We hope to reopen in April. The health and well-being of your children and our Battlefield Family is of utmost importance to us. We are a small family-owned business and the decision to close our business was not an easy one as it affects our employees, our family, and our guests. We urge you to support your local small businesses as much as possible during these difficult and scary times. Look after your family and your
During this time of crisis with the COVID 19 virus, there seems to be a shortage of toilet paper. The Park Hills Utility Company would like to warn all residents that the flushing of items other than toilet paper can pose a huge threat to our sewer treatment plant and this can affect us all. Please do not flush baby wipes, paper towels, disinfecting sheets, dryer sheets, cloth items, coffee filters or any other items as they will not break down properly and could cause expensive plumbing issues for your
With all the new and uncertainty going on with COVID-19, the Park Hills Fire Department would like to reassure the public that we are still responding to calls for service. We will be monitoring the news and updates for changes and responding accordingly. Please bear with us as this is a new type of situation for all of us. There are a lot of uncertainties and we're all in this together and we will get through this together. We are working with St. Francois County Ambulance District and will continue to
Dear Friends, These are uncertain times, and we realize that people are concerned. Now more than ever before, it is time for clear, proactive communication with your customers and employees. We are here to help you. Our team is ready to assist your communications efforts with printed materials, signage, microsites/landing pages, email communications, and even social media assistance. We are committed to helping our customers to the best of our ability through this challenge, and that dedication will not
We would like to start off by saying Thank You to all of our employees who have stepped up to work, as hard as they can, to help our community in this time of need! To our customers, we appreciate your patience with us in this pandemic time that we are going through and we will work as hard as we can to keep groceries on our shelves for our customers! We will get through this together!!! God Bless From Staff Members at Park Hills Country Mart
Dear Families of St. Francois County and surrounding communities, The C.Z. Boyer & Son family has served this community for over 100 years and we stand ready to help you now. Even prior to the coronavirus pandemic, the safety and well-being of you, your family and your friends have always been of utmost importance to us. We will remain open and our experienced, caring staff will continue assisting families during this critical time. Our heart goes out to those affected by the recent changes due to
With all of the uncertainty in the marketplace around the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), Prairie Farms wants to reassure our customers that we will continue to provide high-quality, safe, and nutritious dairy products. All of our manufacturing facilities are operating normally and will continue to deliver milk and dairy products to our retail and foodservice partners so they can keep shelves stocked with the products you love. Preserving the quality and safety of milk begins on the farm and follows
Unfortunately, due to the evolving Covid-19 situation, we are encouraging all customers to order your Coffee to-go. We will continue to operate at normal business hours and will be taking extra precautions to protect our customers. Thank you for supporting our small business. Your Friends at RaeCole's Coffee Bar????
Due to the COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic, the Leadington Police Department will be modifying our response for the department. For non-emergency calls, an Officer will take your report over the telephone, instead of a physical response. For example, calls for crimes that already occurred, no suspect present, and there is no immediate threat of personal safety or property damage. Officers will still respond to emergency calls where a crime is in progress, or when personal safety/property is in danger. The
The St. Francois County Commission has moved their weekly meetings to every other week, beginning March 31st. The Second Quarter Session of 2020 will begin Monday, April 6th, with the second monthly meeting to be held on Tuesday, April 21st. All meetings are held on the 3rd floor of the Courthouse Annex in Farmington beginning at 10 am. The meetings are video recorded with agenda minutes posted on the county website at sfcgov.org.
Please note, the lobby at Southeast Missouri Community Credit Union will be closed until further notice. The drive-thru will remain open. There is a Deposit slot in the front door that can be used for quick easy deposits. Please call in advance for Helping Hands loans and Line of Credit advances in order to cut down on drive-thru wait times. Loans can still be completed by appointment, email or fax. Thank you so much for your patience and support during these troubling times.
During this unprecedented time caused by the global pandemic of coronavirus, this is a reminder to our customers that we are specialists in cleaning services, and we adhere to the highest cleaning and sanitation standards. We are prepared to clean and disinfect your home or business, according to protocols set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. We have years of experience in dealing with biological contaminants, and we will go beyond the scope of work that regular janitorial staff
The City of Leadington has announced that the lobby is now closed until further notice. Please contact City Hall at 573-431-5196 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions or more information.
Here at the RiverSide Grill, we are working diligently to ensure the safety of all our patrons by following the recommended health and food safety guidelines as outlined by the CDD. Please know, we have every intention of operating as usual for the time being. Should local or state mandates require that we cease dine-in services, rest assured, we will continue to provide meals via take-out and delivery services. We intend to continue to offer our full menu of items available for these services as well. You
As of this morning, March 18, 2020, Governor Mike Parson, has issued an executive order to delay the municipal elections previously scheduled for April 7, 2020. They are now postponed until June 2, 2020. The closing date to register to vote in this election remains March 11 with the deadline for filing as a write-in candidate for office remaining as March 27 at 5:00 pm.
Notice from St. Francois County! Dear Chamber Members, The St. Francois County Commission has not issued any recommendations to any business concerning the Coronavirus. This was reported in error by a St. Louis TV station and we have asked that they correct their story.
March 18, 2020 Parents/Guardians of Central R-III School District: In order to continue feeding our students during the closure for the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the District has a plan in place starting Monday, March 23rd. This was our scheduled return from Spring Break. In times such as these, a school has the option of initiating the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) to feed not only our students but any child living in the District who is 18 years of age or younger. We can provide both breakfast
While the impact of the COVID-19 situation changes every day, Save A Lot is committed to doing everything we can to serve you well. We know that it’s a time of uncertainty and great stress for all of us. As your neighborhood grocer, our aim is to provide you with confidence and the certainty that we are here for you and committed to do our part in helping you through this. We want to continue to be a reliable destination for the food and supplies you need for your family. There is no question that our
The COVID-19 presents unique challenges. Nothing is more important than maintaining the health and safety of our patients and employees. As healthcare providers, we understand it is our obligation to be available to those who need our care. To continue to meet that obligation during the last several weeks, we have implemented steps to lower the risk of spreading any illness, and we will continue to be available for urgent or emergency needs. Yesterday evening, the Centers for Disease Control and
In efforts to comply with the recommended guidelines as provided by the CDC due to the COVID-19 crisis, City Officials have decided to cancel the March 24, 2020, Work Session of the Park Hills City Council.
To our elderly community members and those who are immune-compromised, Serenity HospiceCare is happy to run errands or pick up some groceries to help you and keep you from having to get out during this time. If you need someone to help or know of someone who could use this service, please call our office at 573-431-0162.
Effective immediately all EMAA offices will see clients by appointment only. We are still here to provide you services but we must follow the CDC guidelines with regard to social distancing. We are also trying diligently to serve you remotely without you having to come into the office. Therefore, please contact our office BEFORE coming in for services. Please call 1-800-392-8663. Additionally, if you should have to come into the office we ask that only one person come in for the appointment. If others are
Starting March 18, 2020, we will be providing sack/bag lunches for our families. This is at all Head Start Centers. This is for the whole family. If you are a Head Start family please call your local Head Start before 2 p.m. each day if you are interested in this service. If you are not a Head Start family but you are in need of a meal please contact us by 1 p.m each day at 573-431-5191 ext. 1117. Pick up time will be between Noon -1 p.m. We will be doing this Monday through Friday. Call us for more
Ameren Missouri to Suspend all Disconnections & Forgive Late Payment Fees for Residential and Business Customers
As a provider of essential services, we're committed to helping our customers get through these difficult and unpredictable times. Effective immediately, Ameren Missouri will suspend all disconnections for non-payment and forgive any late payment fees for residential and business customers. We encourage customers who are having difficulty paying their bill to contact our customer care team or visit us at http://spr.ly/61831SFHX for a variety of payment options. We will continue to look for ways to further
Attention all Country Mart customers! Starting Thursday, March 19, 2020, we will be temporarily changing our store hours from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. each day so that our employees can clean and sanitize the store. We appreciate your understanding during this difficult time and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We will continue to stock our store as quickly as we can get products from our distribution center. Please have patience with us. Country Mart Park Hills, Missouri
For over 119 years, Unico Bank has served our communities with integrity and commitment. We want to be transparent with our customers about what we are doing to keep the impact of COVID-19 to a minimum. We want to assure you that the health and safety of our employees and customers is our highest priority. At all Unico Bank locations, we are disinfecting high-touch areas and implementing the best practices recommended by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Our thoughts and prayers go out to
The following precautions will remain in effect Until Further Notice! In response to the COVID-19, the Park Hills Police Department will be modifying our response for the department. For non-emergency calls, an Officer will be assigned to take your report over the telephone instead of a physical response. For example, calls for crimes that already occurred, no suspect present, and there is no immediate threat of personal safety. Officers will still respond to emergency calls where a crime is in progress and
Dear Customers, Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your loved ones during these uncertain times, and like so many, we have heavy hearts as we hear about the impacts COVID-19 is having on the world. We continue to monitor this situation closely and are doing everything on our end to maintain a clean work environment. We know it’s important for you to feel comfortable in our shop, so we have increased the frequency of cleaning and sanitization efforts. We also want to provide help to consumers
BJC HealthCare is putting special restrictions in place for visitors at all locations at this time to help protect patients and staff during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak. This is a measure being taken by many health systems and hospitals throughout the region. “The health and safety of our patients, visitors, staff and community is our highest priority, at BJC and throughout our region,” said Clay Dunagan, MD, BJC senior vice president, and chief clinical officer. “We appreciate the understanding
We Care About Your Health! The health and well-being of our clients, families, and community are a top priority. We're still available to listen, answer any questions you have, support you, and help navigate this situation together. However, we're not holding in-person meetings or visits in our office currently. Please reach out to us by phone, send us an email, or use Online Access to send a secure message. We will respond to you as soon as we can. (573) 431-2220 or
All Park Hills Municipal Court proceeding have been suspended until April 27, 2020. Notices and summons will go out this week. Please Note! All payments are still due on April 15, 2020, as previously required. For questions, please contact the Park Hills Municipal Court at 573-431-3142.
Parkland Health Center is pleased to announce that Amanda Richardson, RN, has been selected as the ICARE Star Service Team Member for March 2020. Amanda is a nurse on the medical/surgical floor and has worked at Parkland Health Center for thirteen years. Amanda’s nomination reads in part, “She is always making sure her patients have the best treatment plan to get better. She spends time with each patient to make sure all their needs are addressed. She is a team player and helps other nurses and PCTs
Attention Park Hills Residents Please be advised that we are aware of all of the recent news surrounding Coronavirus COVID-19. We are actively monitoring and following the guidelines provided by the World Health Organization and the CDC, as well as the state and local health authorities. We are encouraging utility customers to utilize our online payment system to pay your water bill by using the link https://utility.parkhillsmo.net/internetpayments/. The Utility department also offers automatic bill pay by
Auto Plaza Group is hosting an event on May 2nd to raise funds for our local Veteran's organization, Camp Hope! This will be a Kentucky Derby themed event, sure to be a great time and raise much-needed funds for this worthy organization! Please click here to look over the attached information packet. We are hoping to bring on board some sponsors, and additionally some donations for our auction! Please let us know if you'd be interested in being a part of this event, for tickets, donations or joining
There’s Strength in NumbersA medical plan that lets small businesses join together for more plan options and lower rates Say hello to the Chamber Benefit Plan. A multiple employer welfare arrangement (MEWA) designed for businesses like yours. When it comes to providing employees with cost-saving health care coverage, small businesses are at a big disadvantage compared to their larger counterparts. Because of their smaller size, their claims risk pool is spread out across a much smaller employee