Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information & Resources

We’re here for you!

During this public health crisis, the city will continue to be fully operational, providing essential services to residents and businesses in Pittsburg.  If you have a question or concern, please call (620) 231-4100 between the hours of 8:00 am – 5:00 pm to reach a someone at City Hall. Let us know how we can help!

To ensure the safety, security and health of the public and city employees, many of our facilities remain closed to walk-in traffic. Visit to pay your bill, start new utility service, and more. Call (620) 231-4170 to schedule an inspection or apply for a building permit.

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Facilities update:

  • City Hall – Closed to walk-in traffic. Call (620) 231-4100 to request an appointment
  • Pittsburg Public Library – Closed until further notice
  • Pittsburg Public Housing Authority – Closed to walk-in traffic. Call (620) 232-1210 for assistance.

COVID-19 Video Library

The City of Pittsburg is actively monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) public health crisis and is working with our partner agencies to provide you with timely, accurate and important information as it becomes available. To see all the City’s COVID-19 update videos, please visit our video library.

COVID-19 Video Library


Governor Laura Kelly Announces New Steps to Slow the Spread of COVID-19

Governor Laura Kelly today announced several new steps her administration is taking to combat the spike in COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths. The new plan includes a public health campaign, community engagement conversations and an executive order establishing a statewide face-covering protocol as part of her administration’s all-of-the-above strategy to keep Kansans healthy, keep schools and businesses open, and protect Kansas’ economy… READ FULL PRESS RELEASE.

View Executive Order 20-68


Governor Laura Kelly Signs Executive Order Mandating Masks in Public Spaces

UPDATED July 2, 2020

Governor Laura Kelly has issued Executive Order #20-52 requiring that most Kansans must wear a mask while in public spaces, and in places where individuals are unable to maintain social distancing of six feet.

Executive Order #20-52 takes effect beginning 12:01 a.m. Friday, July 3, and will remain in place until rescinded or until the current statewide State of Disaster Emergency expires – whichever is earlier… READ FULL PRESS RELEASE.

View Executive Order 20-52


Governor Kelly returns control to county officials

UPDATED MAY 26, 2020

Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly has announced she is lifting most of the executive orders regarding the coronavirus and returning control to the counties. The governor’s “Ad Astra” phased reopening plan will now serve as guidance for local county governments as they phase out of restrictions. 

    Ad Astra Reopening Plan (Updated)