What's Up, Waveland? September 2021
Waveland alderman Jeremy Burke shares Covid-19 safety updates, information on participating in meetings, and ongoing projects.
- by Jeremy Burke
The City of Waveland COVID-19 safeguards in place
The City of Waveland administration has instituted several safety measures to keep Waveland’s employees safer from the spread of COVID-19.
It was decided that City Hall will be nearly completely locked down from outside visitors and patrons without appointments. The front doors of Waveland City Hall are unlocked so that people can pay their utility bills and set up new accounts. If you are doing business with the utility department, you must wear a face mask upon entering their offices.
As for business with all other City of Waveland departments, you are required to make appointments or conduct business over the phone. The direct line to Waveland City Hall is 228-467-4134.
Waveland Board of Mayor and Alderman meetings and Waveland Planning and Zoning meetings are all virtual meetings. Waveland using the virtual meeting platform GoToMeeting.
City of Waveland Virtual Meeting Space
Please join the meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone.
You can also dial in using your phone.
(For supported devices, tap a one-touch number below to join instantly.)
United States: +1 (669) 224-3412
– One-touch: tel:+16692243412,,463826421#
Access Code: 463-826-421
If you would like to speak during public comments for three minutes or less during the Waveland Board of Mayor and Alderman meeting, all you need to do is indicate in the chatbox on GoToMeeting, ask to speak when you sign in before the meeting, or call Waveland City Hall before 4:30 PM on the meeting day and ask to be added public comments.
As always, the best way to communicate with the Mayor or Aldermen is to send them an email or call them before the meeting. An email or phone call will enable a more open line of communication.
These safety precautions are being implemented to keep Waveland residents, visitors, and employees safe from COVID-19.
In August, the City of Waveland awarded Southern Site Utilities a contract to replace a significant drainage culvert under Nicholson Avenue just north of the CSX rail tracks. This culvert drain is an intricate part of the drainage system for the Bunny Park Subdivision on the east side of Nicholson Avenue in Waveland.
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