Culdesac City Mayor Signs Declaration of Local Disaster Emergency

Culdesac City Mayor Signs Declaration of Local Disaster Emergency

Press Release | City of Culdesac

On Tuesday March 24, 2020, Mayor Robert D.E. Sharp signed a Declaration of Local Disaster Emergency for the City of Culdesac in response to the imminent threat of COVID-19 to City residents and visitors.


During this emergency, the City of Culdesac will work with local officials to protect citizens and property in conjunction with state emergency plans and state emergency assistance. This Declaration allows the City more flexibility to expedite contracts and access critical supplies.


The City is taking immediate actions including conducting meetings by telephone consistent with the Open Meetings Act, suspending public usage of City facilities, establishing routine disinfection, contacting local businesses to ensure that they are following CDC recommendations. City payments may be made by mail and/or to the City drop box.


In order to ensure that every family has the basic necessities through the Stay Home Order, the City has made the decision to turn water back on for occupied households and temporarily suspend water shut off. Culdesac City Hall is closed to walk-ins; however, staff is available by phone:  208-843-5483 or by email: After hours, Culdesac city residents may call Public Works Director Herman Smith at 208-790-7905 for water, sewer, garbage or emergency needs.

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