In an announcement that came on Thursday, Angola City Hall has been closed to the public as awareness tension continues to rise about the spread of the novel COVID-19 coronavirus.
Information in regards to paying a utility bill include: using the drop box on east side of city hall, by mail, 210 N. Public Square, online at angolain.org, click ‘Pay Utility Bill’ (fees apply), or by phone at 866-587-3587 (fees apply).
Anyone with questions can call City Utilities at 260-665-3422
In addition, even though park playgrounds are closed, the trail way remains open.
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