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COVID-19 Cancellations, Closures, & Updates

Below are recent mitigation efforts the City of Davenport has put in place in response to the rising numbers of cases. 
Updated 03/15/2021


Parks and Recreation

Mask Use: Required at all indoor City facilities - They must be worn by all patrons at all times.  Athletes may remove them when they are entering the ice surface, coaches are required to wear them at all times.

All public park restrooms closed
Adjusted public skate at the River’s Edge
Spectators are currently allowed with varying limitations 

Learn to Skate:
Programs on as scheduled

Soccer (turf events):
All events have resumed

Drop-In Events:
Public Skates will resume on a limited schedule with 50% capacity

Ice Sports:
Learn to Skate
Figure Skating may resume as scheduled
All youth hockey may resume
Adult Hockey (Senior Hockey/Murray Hockey) may resume

Junior Theatre 
Currently offering virtual and in-person Theatre & Dance options for kids ages 3-18
Spring Session : March 22 - May 15
Summer Session : June 14 - August 14
Summer Camps open for registration
DJT’s Free Learning Channel – A free collection of theatre, dance, lessons, tours, performances, and more!  Access this anytime. 

Davenport public library
Currently, both the Fairmount street and Eastern Avenue branches are open with no capacity limit BUT patrons are limited to 30 minutes in the library. The Main street branch is still currently closed for renovations and is scheduled to re-open March 22nd for regular hours.

If patrons are using a public computer or have reserved space for wifi use.  Then the limit is 60 minutes.

We recommend calling for a computer reservation to make sure one is available but do accept walk-ins.  We will still be blocking out 30 minutes between our computer use times for cleaning.

There are also non-reservable, 15-minute limit public computers available.

Curbside service is available at the Eastern branch for patrons who do not want to enter the building to pick up holds.

The drive-up window at the Fairmount branch is also available for holds pickup.

Meeting rooms are not currently available.

 
Staff will be available to answer questions via phone at (563) 326-7832, by email at reference@davenportlibrary.com, or by utilizing the chat feature on our website at www.davenportlibrary.com.

Police and Fire Departments

All of the following are still postponed/cancelled until further notice.
  • Ride Alongs
  • Station Tours
  • Explorer Program
  • Birthday Requests/Invites
  • Event Requests/Invites
  • Car Seat Check Events (DFD only)
Ground transportation center

The FTA has officially extended the mask mandate in all transit hubs, buses, transit offices and transit vehicles to September 13, 2021. 

All passengers are required to wear a mask or face covering when boarding and while riding the bus
Masks are required in the Ground Transportation Center. Mask Requirement Memorandum.
Patrons may not stay in the Ground Transportation Center for longer than 30 minutes

Find details on these alerts at www.citidbus.com.

Other
Mayor's Job Fair on April 16 postponed
Davenport U Citizen's Academy postponed
Solid Waste collection begins at 6:30 a.m. to allow staff to continue working staggered shifts as a COVID precaution
 

 

All branches closed through March 31. The drive-up window at Fairmount Branch, 3000 Fairmount St., will  be open 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. , Monday-Saturday for hold pickups only.
DAVENPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY
All branches closed through March 31. The drive-up window at Fairmount Branch, 3000 Fairmount St., will  be open 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. , Monday-Saturday for hold pickups only.

Davenport Parks and Recreation Closures Covid Guidlines