Due to COVID-19 Buffalo City Hall was closed to the public. Buffalo residents can now schedule appointments for some in-person services. Residents can take care of their parking and traffic tickets, Permits, inspections, tax, and assessments. According to WVIB.

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There is a shortlist of other services available as well. Buffalo City Hall has been in the spotlight as of late because of many protests against social injustice, and recent vandalism. In my opinion, this should not affect the day-to-day business of people doing what they have to do in City Hall.

According to WIVB, Buffalo residents can call weekdays between 8:30 a.m. and  3:00 p.m. to make an appointment, and you must have a face mask and keep your distance from other people.

In many states across the U.S COVID-19 cases are on the rise, here in Western New York State, we seem to be on the right track for moving forward. Let's keep on the right track, maintain social distances and wear your mask.