City offices are on the move

Don’t be too surprised if city of Columbia staff members are a little difficult to contact during the next week.

City departments such as public works, protective inspection, planning and the City Managers office began their move today from the old Daniel Boone Building to the new City Hall edition today.

The city sent out a news release today that asks folks to call ahead if they need to conduct business with a specific office.

“Telephones will either be answered directly or monitored for voice mail messages,” Asst. City Manager Tony St. Romaine said in the release, “but we will do everything possible to remain accessible and responsive. Keep in mind that we will be moving people, furniture, telephones and computers.”

Each department is scheduled to move as follows:

  • Friday, Feb. 5 – Tuesday, Feb. 9
    • Public Works – Administration, Engineering. Moving from third floor of Daniel Boone to third and fourth floors of new City Hall. (573) 874-7253
    • Mid-Missouri Solid Waste District. Moving from fourth floor of Daniel Boone to third floor of new City Hall. (573) 817-6422
  • Wednesday, Feb. 10
    • Protective Inspection. Moving from second floor of Daniel Boone to fourth floor of new City Hall. (573) 874-7474
  • Thursday, Feb. 11
    • Planning. Moving from second floor of Daniel Boone to the fourth floor of new City Hall. (573) 874-7239
  • Friday, Feb. 12
    • City Manager. Moving from fifth floor of Daniel Boone to second floor of new City Hall. (573) 874-7214
    • Public Communications. Moving from fifth floor of Daniel Boone to second floor of new City Hall. (573) 230-1678
    • Law. Moving from fourth floor of Daniel Boone to second floor of new City Hall. (573) 874-7223
    • City Clerk. Moving from fourth floor of Daniel Boone to second floor of new City Hall. (573) 874-7208

Treasury Management, Utility Customer Service, Cashier, City Print and mail Services and the Mezzanine Level Conference Room will remain open in the Daniel Boone Building.

The utility payment drive-through bay will remain open as well.

Folks are unable to enter the new building from the Daniel Boone Building but must take a paved, accessible path marked by orange mesh fencing on Broadway.

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