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Dyersville Mayor Jim Heavens has signed an updated emergency proclamation, which will leave public buildings closed to the public until at least June 2. City council meetings along with board and committee meetings will resume electronically.

In addition, all City of Dyersville recreational programs and related registrations are canceled through at least June 2.

According to the new proclamation, gatherings of 10 or more people on public property or in the public right-of-way will remain prohibited and a moratorium on the issuance of special event and solicitor’s licenses will run through at least May 31.

Heavens has also ordered the toddler park at the corner of 3rd Avenue SW and 3rd Street SE to be closed until June 2, along with suspending the use of all basketball courts and playground equipment.

The new dog park will also remain closed until at least May 31.