For the most up-to-date information from the City of Mauldin regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19), please visit our website.
The City of Mauldin is following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines for planning, preparing and responding to the Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19). The City is working to prevent employee exposures to acute respiratory illnesses within the workplace, including COVID-19, and ensuring the provision of public services should community outbreaks of COVID-19 within the area occur. The City’s efforts include, but are not limited to:
• Reducing transmission among City employees
• Protecting City employees who are at higher risk for adverse health complications
• Ensuring continuity of City operations in the unlikely scenario of a mass COVID-19 outbreak
The City is monitoring the spread of the coronavirus, including using John Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering’s COVID-19 Interactive Tracking Map. This webpage and the City’s social media platforms will be used to communicate information to residents, employees and business partners on the City’s efforts and the latest COVID-19 information.
Below are resources related to COVID-19 for your consideration:
• COVID-19 Website
• What You Need to Know About COVID-19
• What to Do If You Are Sick With COVID-19
• Interim US Guidance for Risk Assessment and Public Health Management of Persons with Potential Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Exposure in Travel-associated or Community Settings
• Health Alert Network
•Travelers’ Health Website
• National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health’s Small Business International Travel Resource Travel Planner
• Coronavirus Disease 2019 Recommendations for Ships
If you are sick with COVID-19 or suspect you are infected with the virus that causes COVID-19, follow the steps provided by the CDC to help prevent the disease from spreading to people in your home and community.
In the event of a medical emergency please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.
Greenville County Schools:
According to the Greenville County School District, all Greenville County Schools will be closed from March 16th until March 31st, 2020. More details are available here on the Greenville County School District website.
• Senior Center Operations: Effective Monday (3/16), the Senior Center will close until April 6, 2020 to assist in mitigating any potential COVID-19 outbreaks. Staff will re-evaluate the Center’s operations during the closure, which may be extended past April 6, 2020, if warranted.
• Recreational Activities: Effective Monday (3/16), all recreation activities, inclusive of youth baseball, softball, lacrosse, flag football and adult basketball, will be suspended until April 6, 2020. Staff will re-evaluate the recreational activities during the suspension period, which may be extended past April 6, 2020, if warranted.
• Egg Drop Event: The Egg Drop Event, scheduled for April 4, 2020, has been cancelled. The cancellation is consistent the CDC guidelines as it relates to public gatherings over 250 people.
• Sports Center: The Sports Center hours of operations will be amended to 7:30am – 5pm, Monday – Saturday. The Center’s hours of operation on Sundays will not change. This change will allow for a more frequent cleaning regime for the Sports Center by using a commercial grade cleaner to disinfect all Center areas (e.g., conference rooms & common areas) multiple times a day.
All essential City services will continue uninterrupted, including but not limited to Police, Fire, Sanitation and Sewer services.
City of Mauldin special election (City Council Seat 3)
The special election for City of Mauldin City Council Seat 3 will be postponed. Absentee voting has also been postponed. Further information on when the election and absentee voting will be rescheduled to is not yet available, but will be posted to the City of Mauldin’s website.
Mauldin Cultural Center
Following the recommendation of the Governor and State Health Officials, and in the interest of the health of our staff, cast, crew, families, volunteers, and patrons, we have made the decision to cancel Annie, JR. on March 20-22 and March 27-29.
This was a difficult decision, as everyone has worked so hard to bring this production together. We are considering future dates for this production and will inform ticket buyers and the public once we’ve settled on those dates.
Ticket holders of the cancelled performances will have the following options:
• Ticket-for-ticket credit for the new Annie, JR. dates.
• Ticket-for-ticket credit for one of our remaining 2019-2020 shows (Seussical or Let the Good Times Roll).
• A refund for your full ticket order.
Should we be unable to reschedule these performances, ticket holders will still have options B and C.
Every affected ticket holder will receive this information via email and will receive a second email once the new Annie, JR. dates have been decided.
The Cultural Team can be reached by email at email@example.com. We anticipate a high volume of emails, but will return inquiries as quickly as possible.
Please note that we are allowing our staff to work remotely in the interest of their health, so we may not be immediately available by phone until April 6. Should staff choose to visit the office, we will do our best to answer all calls and return as many voicemails as possible.
The decision to host or cancel lessons, classes, and meetings will be left at the discretion of their respective groups as we do not administer those. If you have a question about a specific lesson, class, or meeting, please contact the instructor or host. All contact information can be found at mauldinculturalcenter.org/contact.
The Mauldin Cultural Center is an entity of the City of Mauldin. For an update on other precautions the City is taking, please visit cityofmauldin.org. The City will continue to monitor the evolving health crisis and will update their website daily with any changes to our COVID-19 policy, as well as any changes to our course of action.
We apologize for the inconvenience, but wish everyone good health.♣