Regional closings, reschedules, postponements and more as we receive them.
Upon receiving feedback, we have decided to POSTPONE our March 25 Severe Weather Workshop. We will reassess rescheduling our workshop once the COVID-19 risk begins to pass. We will let you know as soon as we select a rescheduled date. Thanks for your understanding.
Going to the movies is a communal experience…that’s part of what makes it magical. It’s also at the heart of why we need to turn off the projectors for a temporary intermission, in alignment with the latest direction from the preeminent national health care experts who urged Americans to avoid crowds due to the coronavirus […]
Additional COVID-19 Response The City of Jackson is responding to COVID-19 recommendations by taking the following additional actions to ensure the health of our community and staff. Effective immediately, policy changes will be made at the Jackson Civic Center. The Jackson Civic Center will be closing to the public at 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March […]
Cape Girardeau Public Library has made the difficult decision to close at 7:00 PM on Tuesday, March 17th (today) through at least Sunday, April 5th, 2020. This decision was made in response to COVID-19 based on recommendations at the federal, state, and local levels. We have provided a great list of reliable resources about COVID-19 […]
Due to the increased outbreaks in Missouri of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), the Cape Girardeau Fire Department is temporarily halting the following activities: Public relations events Public education events Station open houses and station tours Outside visitors to fire stations Drop off of baked goods These temporary measures will aid us as we focus our […]
In an effort to keep the Coronavirus from spreading, the Sikeston Regional Chamber will be closed through the month of March. Even though our office is closed, we intend to continue our work on behalf of the businesses of Sikeston region. Let us know how we can best support you by taking this short, 5 […]