NAPSO's Office Will Remain Open
During these emergency times involving the COVID-19 virus, the NAPSO main office will remain open under the Governor’s Order No. 003, Section 8, which states that non-enumerated businesses may remain open if they do not open to the general public and if they implement social distancing safeguards. We consider the NAPSO operation as providing vital supportive services to our public safety members who are essential to the health, welfare and safety of our communities.
Therefore, while the NAPSO office is open and until further notice, the outside doors shall remain locked to the public. Access can be achieved with a key, the door codes or by having someone in the building allowing entry. Believe it or not, we do experience a small volume of the public who walk in the front doors when they are unlocked during the business day and that must be eliminated. Remember there is a door bell at the front door.
I am recommending that all functions that are scheduled in the building by outside interests (parties, gatherings, meetings of more than 10 people) be canceled or postponed.
I believe these practices will be in accordance with the Governor’s Directive and that we are mandated to follow them.
Please stay healthy and safe.
Click here for video from Executive Director Rick McCann explaining NAPSO's statewide coverage: