City Hall Extends Operating Hours for the Public

GREENFIELD — Beginning on Monday, April 1, Greenfield City Hall will extend its public-facing hours of operation to Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Previous City Hall hours were Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4 p.m. The one exception is three departments: the City Clerk’s Office, the Collector/Treasurer’s Office, and the Assessor’s Office, which will close daily at 4:45 p.m.

The change will increase access to City Hall and provide additional opportunities for residents to accomplish important tasks, such as completing routine errands and connecting with city officials.

Extending City Hall’s hours was an early term benchmark for Mayor Virginia “Ginny” Desorgher. Mayor Desorgher believes it is imperative for community members to have increased opportunities to conduct city business, with many previously facing restrictions due to their work schedules.   

“I deeply appreciate the city staff embracing this change,” said Mayor Desorgher. “I believe that increasing City Hall’s availability is a terrific step in providing an open and transparent city government for the community.” 

Public-facing offices at City Hall include the Assessors Department, the City Clerk’s Office, the Human Resources Department, the Licensing Office, the Treasurer/Collector Office, and the Mayor’s Office.