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Gainesville closes city facilities, parks to remain open
Parks and rec buildings closing, however
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In an effort to prevent the spread of coronavirus, all city of Gainesville administrative offices, fire stations, the public safety complex, parks and recreation buildings and the Gainesville-Hall County Senior Life Center will be closed to the public indefinitely. 

All essential city services, including police, fire, water, sanitary sewer and trash pickup, will continue as usual. 

On the city website, people can make payments and find contact information for city departments. 

Compiled from city of Gainesville press release.

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