Expanded Coronavirus pandemic protocols instituted at the Coleman A. Young Municipal Center

DETROIT - Due to heightened health concerns and precautions associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, the Detroit-Wayne Joint Building Authority (Authority), owner and manager of the Coleman A. Young Municipal Center, has expanded its existing Pandemic Protocols with the following directives for the health and welfare of visitors and employees:

1. Janitorial – Increased Cleaning of Common Areas, Office Suites and Courtrooms with added Triage Team. The existing janitorial staff will continue regular cleaning tasks.

2. Social Distancing – As a preventive measure it is recommended that individuals attempt a 6-foot proximity radius between one another and limit elevator capacity to a maximum of three (3) passengers.
a. Randolph Entrance:
i. Employee-only access will be limited to the Randolph entrance
ii. Prior to screening, taped lines suggest 6-foot separation

b. Center Lobby
i. To expedite security screening, the center lobby will be used by the general public.
ii. Two processing lanes are provided, and the 6-foot separation is recommended.

3. Security Processing:
a. Everyone’s items (purses, briefcases and bags) should be placed on the X-Ray belt by the visitor and retrieved after clearance. The security staff will not be required to touch personal items.

b. Keys, cellphones and other pocket items will be placed by visitors in clear plastic bags provided. The security staff will not touch personal items, nor will these items be placed in a bin or on a counter.

4. Erma Lois Henderson Auditorium: Based on Governor Whitmer’s Executive Order, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advisory and the Authority’s protocol; the Erma Lois Henderson Auditorium is closed.





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