Crowley residents with business involving city operations in city hall may begin to conduct that business in person once again as soon as Monday morning. Crowley Mayor Tim Monceaux made that announcement yesterday as the city prepares for the state of Louisiana's move into Phase 3 of the coronavirus recovery plan.

The particular details of what all Phase 3 will entail won't be made public until 2 pm today (September 11) when Governor Edwards outlines the new guidelines for the state's recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mayor Monceaux was quick to explain that while City Hall will be open it won't exactly be business as usual. Those doing business with the city will still be required to adhere to all guidelines. Among those guidelines are social distancing requirements, capacity limitations, and there could be an extension of the Governor's face mask mandate as well.

City Hall in Crowley will be open from 8:30 until 4:30 Monday through Thursdays. Friday hours will be from 8 am until 12 Noon. Despite the reopening residents are encouraged to take advantage of the city's online and telephone services. Most businesses can still be done remotely and that will likely not change even after all COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted.

Should you have questions about operating hours or specific guidelines regarding doing business in person at City Hall in Crowley you may dial (337) 783-0824.