Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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Masks and Social Distancing in Coralville


Face Covering Requirement
Effective November 13, 2020-January 15, 2021

On November 13, 2020, Mayor Lundell issued a proclamation requiring:
  • Every person in Coralville must wear a face covering that covers their nose and mouth when in a public place when it's not possible to stay six feet away from others; outside when it's not possible to stay six feet from others, and when using public transportation or private car service;
  • No business that is open to the public may provide service to a customer or allow a customer to enter its premises, unless the customer is wearing a face covering as required by this order.
  • Businesses that are open to the public must post signs at entrance(s) instructing customers of their legal obligation to wear a face covering while inside.
Exemptions are included for certain populations and activities.
November 13 Face Covering Proclamation


COVID-19 Prevention Initiative: July 14, 2020


Mayor Lundell issued a proclamation on July 14, 2020, requesting that individuals and businesses in the City comply with social distancing and the use of face shields or cloth face masks.
July 14 COVID-19 Prevention Initiative Proclamation

Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

On this page:

The City of Coralville is working with local, state, and federal partners to keep our community informed about the Coronavirus (COVID-19). 

Practice simple, healthy behaviors
(wear a mask, keep a distance from others who do not live in your household, wash your hands, cover your cough/sneeze, and stay home) to help prevent the spread of germs. The City has a plan in place to keep our employees safe so that they can continue to provide essential services to our community.

How to Support Local Businesses


We can still support local businesses and restaurants: many have take-out, curbside, or delivery options, and gift certificates to use now or later.
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Coralville City Hall

Phone: 
  • Coralville City Hall…………… 319.248.1700
  • City Clerk’s Office……………..319.248.1700
  • Utility Billing……………………319.248.1715
  • Building Department……….…319.248.1720
  • Engineering Department……..319.248.1720
  • Rental Housing………………..319.248.1720
Website: www.coralville.org
Services:
  • City Hall is open to the public. Please wear a mask.
  • Essential services continue. You can also conduct city business online, by phone, or mail:
    • Many payments and other services can be completed via www.coralville.org.
    • Utility bills: 
      • Pay online (www.coralville.org and click "Pay & View Utility Bill")
      • Use the drop box in the City Hall parking lot, available 24 hours a day
    • Get yard waste stickers by mail: Send a check for $25.50 to Coralville City Hall (1512 7th St., Coralville, IA 52241) and include name and address for returning the sticker.  
    • Parking citations: pay by mail.
    • Apply for a job: Submit job applications online at www.coralville.org/jobs
    • For help with any of these services, please call 319.248.1700.
In accordance with state and federal guidelines, recommendations, and protocols, the City has taken steps to minimize risk for visitors and staff by: 
  • Requiring staff to self-screen for illness before reporting for work each day 
  • Providing personal protective equipment or safety shields, where appropriate 
  • Establishing hygiene expectations
  • Adding hand sanitizing stations
  • Increasing frequency of cleaning
  • Posting safety guidelines at entrances
  • Encouraging social distancing

Public Meetings

All public meetings are scheduled to proceed electronically    


  • Elected and appointed officials will attend meetings by remote participation.
  • View City Council meetings and Planning and Zoning Commission meetings live and rebroadcast on cable television at MediaCom 118-8, or online at www.coralville.org/coralvision.  
  • To make a public comment:
    • Submit written comments for City Council and Planning and Zoning meetings in advance:
      • For City Council: Written comments must be received by 5:00 pm on the day of the meeting. Submit to City Clerk Thor Johnson at tjohnson@coralville.org or 1512 7th Street, Coralville, Iowa 52241. 
      • For Planning and Zoning: Written comments must be received by 5:00 pm on the day of the meeting. Submit to Community Development Director David Johnson at djohnson@coralville.org or 1512 7th Street, Coralville, Iowa 52241.
    • To comment in person at meetings during Citizen Comments or Public Hearings, come to City Hall for the meeting, where electronic access is provided. Social distancing is required.

Economic Impact: Get Help


Utility Payment Assistance

The Iowa Residential Utility Disruption Prevention Program provides eligible households with up to $2,000 towards electric, natural gas, and water bills if they are at risk of disconnection due to an inability to pay due to a COVID-19 related loss of income. Payments through the program will be made directly to utility providers and applied to the applicant’s account. The application deadline has been extended to December 4, 2020.
Iowa Residential Utility Disruption Program


COVID Recovery Iowa


Every Iowan is eligible for free, confidential counseling, group activities, support groups, and resources.
  • Visit www.COVIDrecoveryiowa.org and complete a form and a counselor will get back to you.
  • Follow COVID Recovery Iowa on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
  • Call the Iowa Warm Line at 844.775.9276 to connect with a peer counselor or to request a COVID Recovery Iowa counselor.

Rental & Mortgage Assistance

Governor Reynolds allocated federal CARES Act funds to assist Iowans who have been economically impacted by COVID-19 and face housing hardships.
  • Provides short-term relief to income-eligible renters and homeowners who are at risk of eviction or foreclosure.
  • Rental and mortgage assistance are available for up to four months, with a $3,200 maximum for rental assistance and $3,000 maximum for mortgage assistance. 
  • Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. Assistance is provided to eligible applicants on a first-come, first ready to proceed basis. Assistance for Iowa renters and homeowners

IC Area Together


A great online resource for businesses, employees, and the community as the area works through the COVID-19 pandemic. IC Area Together website

Coralville Community Food Pantry


The Coralville Community Food Pantry offers “drive-thru,” walk-up, or delivery options for Coralville and Tiffin residents in need of food. Only staff and volunteers are allowed in the Food Pantry building. Coralville Community Food Pantry website

Unemployment Insurance Claims


On March 16, 2020, Iowa Workforce Development announced assistance for employees and employers affected by COVID-19 related layoffs. Guidance on unemployment insurance claims

Paycheck Protection Program


Closed August 8, 2020
The Paycheck Protection Program is a loan designed to provide a direct incentive for small businesses to keep their workers on the payroll. This SBA loan helps businesses keep their workforce employed during the COVID-19 crisis. Paycheck Protection Program  

Iowa Business Recovery Assistance


Resources and information gathered by the Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) that may be useful to partners across Iowa. 
Iowa Business Recovery Assistance

Small Business Loans: Economic Injury Disaster Loans


Loans available to help businesses alleviate economic injury due to COVID-19
Iowa has been designated statewide as eligible for small businesses to apply for assistance in the form of Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL). 
 
The Small Business Association (SBA) is making loans available statewide to small businesses and private, non-profit organizations to help alleviate economic injury caused by the Coronavirus (COVID-19). SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loans offer up to $2 million in assistance and can provide vital economic support to small businesses to help overcome the temporary loss of revenue they are experiencing.

These loans may be used to pay fixed debts, payroll, accounts payable and other bills that can’t be paid because of the disaster’s impact. The interest rate is 3.75% for small businesses. The interest rate for non-profits is 2.75%. SBA offers loans with long-term repayments in order to keep payments affordable, up to a maximum of 30 years. Terms are determined on a case-by-case basis, based upon each borrower’s ability to repay.

Apply via the SBA’s website: https://disasterloan.sba.gov/ela/. Applicants can monitor their application status online after submission.

For questions, please contact the SBA disaster assistance customer service center at 1-800-659-2955 (TTY: 1-800-877-8339) or email  disastercustomerservice@sba.gov.

Resources for Businesses

COVID-19 Small Business Guidance & Loan Resources

Childcare Resources


Iowa DHS Childcare Resources in Response to COVID-19

Economic Impact: Give Help


Community Foundation of Johnson County Emergency Response Fund


The Community Foundation of Johnson County activated its emergency response fund with a commitment of $25,000 for the community’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. The fund will provide flexible resources to nonprofit organizations in Johnson County working with communities who are disproportionately impacted by coronavirus and the economic consequences.

To donate:

Community Disaster Relief Fund

This fund will allow United Way to rapidly deploy resources to community-based organizations that are offering emergency relief to families and individuals in need. Hosted by United Way of Johnson & Washington Counties in partnership with corporate, nonprofit and foundation entities, and individual donors. Contributions are accepted. About the Community Disaster Relief Fund

Volunteer


United Way of Johnson & Washington Counties is designated in the Johnson County Disaster Plan as the coordinator for disaster-related volunteers before, during, and after a disaster, to connect volunteers with the COVID-19 related volunteer needs and opportunities. Learn more at www.covid19volunteers.org.
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COVID-19 Symptoms


The following symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure.*
  • Fever
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath
Call your doctor if you:
  • Develop symptoms, and have been in close contact with a person known to have COVID-19
  • Or, have recently traveled from an area with widespread or ongoing community spread of COVID-19.
*Information from the Centers for Disease Control

Information updated November 20, 2020