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City of Manassas buildings closed to the public

Out of an abundance of caution and concern for City residents and staff and given the rapidly evolving situation with novel coronavirus (COVID-19), City Manager W. Patrick Pate has decided to close all City of Manassas buildings to the public effective immediately until further notice. 

This means that residents may not enter City buildings at this time.  However, residents may still call to access City of Manassas government services or visit the City website at

for information, to pay bills, to report concerns or to complete City business.

Out of concern for our customers, there will be no water or electric shutoffs during this unprecedented pandemic event.

Please note, the Volunteer Reception honoring all volunteers for the City has been postponed until June 9, 2020.  All events at the Manassas Museum, Parks and Recreation and the Harris Pavilion have been canceled at least through April 14.

For Social Service appointments, please call 703-361-8277 for an appointment.  Public benefits can be submitted electronically online at or by phone at 855-635-4370.  Visit

for more information on City of Manassas Social Services.

To pay Utility Bills, contact customer service 703-257-8245.  To pay the Treasurer’s Office, call 703-257-8242.  You may also go online to

for either.  To contact the Manassas City Police Department non-emergency line, call 703-257-8000.

For information on the novel Coronavirus, visit



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