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Directed Health Measures for COVID-19

The South Heartland District Health Department, in collaboration with the district’s four-county region, is implementing Directed Health Measures necessary to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The health department announced that of the four confirmed COVID-19 cases in Adams County, investigations were unable to determine the source of exposure for three…

COVID-19 Video Press Conference on Wednesday

Mayor Corey Stutte, along with health and emergency experts in the community, will host a video conference call for media at 10 a.m. Wednesday, April 1. The conference will be live streamed to the public on the City of Hastings website. Participants will include the following: Corey Stutte, City of Hastings Michele Bever, South Heartland District…

April 6 City Council Worksession Canceled

The Hastings City Council worksession that was originally scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Monday, April 6 has been canceled. Items requiring extensive discussion will be moved to a future worksession. At this time, the City Council meeting set for 5:30 p.m. April 13 is scheduled to be held electronically. Details about login or call-in information will be…

Playgrounds Close to Reduce COVID-19 Spread

During this unprecedented time, the City of Hastings Parks and Recreation Department continues to take measures to slow the spread of COVID-19. City playgrounds and all outdoor equipment are now closed until further notice.  All public restrooms and drinking fountains will remain closed. The community center remains closed and all organized practices…

Temporary Closure on Marian Road

Part of Marian Road will be temporarily closed for the installation of a well pipeline. The work will cause the temporary closure of Marian Road between 12th and 26th Streets on Monday afternoon and then all day Tuesday, March 31, weather permitting. Drivers are also encouraged to avoid using 26th Street between Marian Road and Baltimore Avenue, as…