As the state reopens California’s economy today (June 15), the city of Mountain View is moving forward with a phased reopening of its facilities over the coming months.

Mountain View’s agenda allows more time to scale up in-person services in accordance with state and Santa Clara County guidelines while continuing to provide support services related to the pandemic.

In alignment with public health guidance, the city will require the use of face coverings inside city facilities for visitors who aren’t vaccinated against COVID-19.

Following is a summary of reopening plans.

• The Recreation Division’s front desk at the Mountain View Senior Center has reopened to support in-person registration for recreation classes and camps. The center is located at 266 Escuela Ave. Hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.

• The Finance and Administrative Services Department will continue to accept payments at the Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts box office, 500 Castro St.

• Public performances and shows are set to return to the Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts in July.

• Mountain View City Hall, 500 Castro St., is scheduled to reopen to the public July 12.

The City Clerk’s Office will be open with modified hours for in-person services.

The Community Development Department will offer counter services for Building, Fire and Planning by appointment only, with an in-person option for individuals and Zoom appointments for multiple-person meetings.

The Finance and Administrative Services Department counter will be open with limited lobby capacity for people to drop in and make payments. Payments may still be made online, over the phone or via the drop box outside city hall near the front door.

The Department of Public Works counter will be open for drop-ins with limited lobby capacity. Services provided to residents include information on solid-waste services, excavation permits, Community Development Department permit support and any other general Public Works questions.

The Fire Prevention and Environmental Division will be open for consultation by appointment. To make an appointment, call 903-6378.

• All other city facilities will reopen in September in accordance with current state and county public health guidelines.