During the Copperton Metro Township Council Emergency Meeting held July 7, 2020, the Council voted unanimously to immediately remove the COVID-19 Action Plan (Addendum 1) and strike it from Resolution #03-01 Adopting Procedures to Address and Respond to the Corona-virus Disease of 2019 (COVID-19) that was adopted on March 13, 2020. Therefore, the Copperton Park is open and available for all to use. Please remember to do your part and take the precautions necessary to make everyone’s park experience safe.
Dear Copperton Residents,
We would like to thank each of you for your efforts to keep our community healthy. It is important that each one of us continue to practice common sense and follow the recommendations set forth by the experts. Click the link for more information from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention:
Furthermore, we would like to thank our community organizations: Bingham Lions Club, churches, and citizens who have gone above and beyond to support our community. We are grateful for your dedication!
If you have any questions / concerns please reach out to one our Copperton's Metro Township Council Members.
Sean Clayton, Mayor / Chair Copperton Metro Township Council
***CLOSED DUE TO COVID-19***
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