Because the COVID-19 numbers are trending in the correct direction it has been determined that beginning Monday, the City of Shelbyville will be opening some facilities to the public.

In all cases masks and social distancing will be required at all times within city facilities.

Entrance into those facilities and participation in any programming or activities will be conducted at the participants risk of exposure.

The Shelbyville Parks Department will be opening their office as well as the Civic Center for walking, pickleball and open gym, however COVID protocol must be observed.

The Shelbyville/Shelby County Animal Shelter will be reopening with the following conditions: Owner relinquishment will remain by appointment only and stray animals will need to be picked up by shelter staff at the place where they are located rather than being dropped off at the shelter.

The Fire Department, Street Department and Water Resource Recovery lobby areas WILL NOT be open to the public to limit potential exposure.

City Hall and the associated offices will be open to the public, however, appointments are encouraged to limit exposure and masks and distancing will be required at all times while in the building. Conducting business electronically is also encouraged.