Topeka, Kan., has created a website to provide coronavirus crisis info to the public, and it is asking businesses to also use that site to answer questions to help the city identify critical infrastructure services.
(TNS) — Topeka's city government announced Monday it had created a website to provide information regarding the coronavirus crisis to the public, and that it was asking businesses to use a link to that site to answer questions to help the city identify critical infrastructure services.
City media relations coordinator Molly Hadfield said city government phone numbers, a link businesses can use to report hours and closures and a list of places where city water bills can be paid are all part of the website.
Hadfield said the site includes a link to a survey, which the city is asking businesses to complete to help it identify critical infrastructure services.
She said critical infrastructure includes:
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