Coronavirus Closures and Postponements

    STATE OF ALASKA MANDATES

    JUNEAU RADIO CENTER

    • Lobby closed to visitors and non-employees
    • Please call 586-3630 for more information

    JUNEAU SCHOOL DISTRICT  (more info: https://www.juneauschools.org)

    • no student attendance or student activities  3/16 - 3/30
    • School district providing free breakfast & lunch to students March 16-27   For families utilizing school food services, the Juneau School District will provide free food beginning Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 27. Food will be available for any child 18 years of age or younger at established food service sites. First Student buses will be located in the parking lots of each distribution site (see list below).

      First Student staff will greet students upon arrival and provide their pre-packaged breakfast and lunch meals. Small groups will be maintained in the process to minimize the gathering of crowds as students receive their take-home meals. 

    • Beginning Monday, March 16, meals will be available at the following distribution sites:

      8-10 a.m. Weekdays through March 27
      • Sayeik: Gastineau - bus will move to Cedar Park Apartments from 10-11 a.m.

      8-11 a.m. Weekdays through March 27
      • Harborview / Juneau-Douglas High School: Yadaa.at Kalé - pick up at Harborview
      • Dzantik'i Heeni Middle School
      • Riverbend / Thunder Mountain High School - pick up at Riverbend
      • Glacier Valley Elementary School
      • Floyd Dryden Middle School

    CITY AND BOROUGH OF JUNEAU 

    more info: juneau.org/covid-19 // In concert with the State of Alaska’s COVID-19 Health Mandate closing all public and private schools to students through May 1, the City and Borough of Juneau will be extending current closures of similar public facilities for the same duration.

    • Augustus Brown Pool
    • Dimond Park Aquatic Center
    • Mount Jumbo Gym
    • Downtown Public Library
    • Mendenhall Valley Public Library
    • Douglas Public Library
    • Juneau-Douglas City Museum
    • Zach Gordon Youth Center
    • Senior Open Gym
    • Dimond Field House
    • Treadwell Ice Arena

     

    • In order to protect the community through social distancing, the CBJ Docks & Harbors Department asks that customers please call or email instead of visiting the office starting today, March 25. Administrative staff will be available to help remotely with all harbor needs from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday, and from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. 

      If Juneau Harbors is unable to assist you by phone or email, an in-office appointment can be scheduled Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. If you would like to make a payment or purchase a launch ramp permit online, visit the Launch Permit & Bill Pay Website (bit.ly/2WHSSgP).

      For more information, email harbormaster@juneau.org, or call Aurora Harbor at 907-586-5255, or Statter Harbor at 907-789-0819.

    BARTLETT REGIONAL HOSPITAL

    • Restricted access and screening policy in place (more info: https://beta.juneau.org/newsroom-item/restricted-access-and-screening-policy-in-place-at-bartlett-regional-hospital)

    • Notice on Bartlett Points of Entry As of Wednesday, March 25, 2020 the doors to the Valliant Administration and Medical Arts Buildings on the Bartlett Regional Hospital campus will be locked to unscheduled public visits. Please note, our departments in these two buildings are still open for business – many of these staff provide services to our patients or to our colleagues at BRH. Please call the department that you want to do business with directly.  Department contact information can be found on our web page at www.bartletthospital.org

      The front entrance and the Emergency Department are the two public points of entry to the main hospital Monday through Friday 6:00 a.m.-8 p.m.  During all other hours, the Emergency Department is the single point of entry. All patients presenting for care will be screened appropriately and directed to appropriate care areas. Non-patient visitors will be asked screening questions. 

    • If you or a loved one is experiencing a Behavioral Health Crisis, know that Mental Health Clinicians are on site 24/7 ready to assist you.  Services can be accessed through the Emergency Department.  In addition, the outpatient clinic is operating  telehealth services 8am-7pm Monday through Thursday and 8am-5pm on Fridays.  Please call the main line at 907-796-8498 to arrange an appointment. 
    • Individuals and groups are also making protective cloth masks. Such masks are not considered PPE. Bartlett Regional Hospital Infection Preventionist Charlee Gribbon sees a need for washable gowns and secure, lightweight face shields. Gribbon requests that PPE and mask makers seek guidance from hospital approved sources.  More info here: https://beta.juneau.org/newsroom-item/now-accepting-volunteers-and-requests-for-assistance

    STATE CAPITOL BUILDING

    • Limited to lawmakers, employees of the Legislature, the governor's administration and credentialed journalists.

    STATE OFFICE BUILDING

    • There will be no more Theatre Organ concerts at the State Office Building until further notice. This due to all the cancellations and closures. Notice will be sent out when concerts resume.

    JUNEAU FOURTH OF JULY PARADE

    TLINGIT AND HAIDA

    • Offices in Juneau, Alaska and all remote field offices will be closed to the public beginning Wednesday, March 18, 2020 and will remain in effect until further notice.
    • Tlingit & Haida will continue to operate during normal business hours.
    • 85th Annual Tribal Assembly Postponed

    SEALASKA HERITAGE

    UNIVERSITY OF ALASKA SOUTHEAST

    • UAS campuses are currently closed and classes are suspended through March 20th for an extended spring break. UAS employees will be available 8am-5pm during the closure to answer urgent questions: uas.virusresponse@alaska.edu, (907) 796‑6100, or (877) 465‑4827

    ALASKA PIONEER HOMES

    • Coronavirus Precautions Implemented (more info: http://dhss.alaska.gov/daph/Pages/default.aspx)
    • Precautions will now include all of the following: • Limit of one adult visitor per day per resident • Visitation will take place in resident’s room • Screening and sign in will continue upon entry into the building • Visitors who have any signs of infection will be asked to visit at another time • Visitors will be encouraged to limit their movement within the home

    CRUISE LINES

    • Cruise Lines International Association: ocean-going cruise lines will be voluntarily and temporarily suspending operations from U.S. ports for 30 days starting March 14.
    • Holland America: pausing operations of its 14 ships through April 14.
    • Princess Cruises: All cruises on its 18 ships are canceled until May 10.

    SEARHC

    • SEARHC Going Virtual and Expanding Test Criteria
    • Suspension certain non-emergent services in response to the latest coronavirus (COVID-19) developments.  In an announcement made by the SEARHC Incident Command System (ICS), restrictions have been applied to dental, optometry, patient travel, and elective surgery effective immediately, allowing staff to focus on core healthcare services and prepare for increased volumes due to potential outbreak.

    AEL&P

    • Main Lobby Closed
    • Drive-Thru Open 
    • More info: AELP.com

    ALASKA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS

    • Visitation at DOC institutions statewide has been temporarily suspended.

    ALASKA FOLK FEST

    LION'S CLUB GOLD MEDAL BASKETBALL

    GREATER JUNEAU CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

    • Suspending its weekly luncheons until further notice

    JUNEAU JOB CENTER 

    • Building closed to public until April 30
    • Call for unemployment & job needs - 907-465-2952

    JUNEAU SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

    • Rescheduled: Dr. Stephen Radcliffe, we will perform Heroic Pictures June 27th & 28th at Juneau Douglas High School
    • Postponing March 28th special fund raising event, Beethoven and Brews 
    • more info: https://www.juneausymphony.org/rescheduled-events

    PERSEVERANCE THEATRE

    • Postponing all live performances of Fun Home

    SOUTHEAST ALASKA GARDEN CONFERENCE

    • Cancelled

    NATIVE YOUTH OLYMPICS

    UAS AND JUNEAU WORLD AFFAIRS COUNCIL ANNUAL FORUM

    • Cancelled

    UAS ALUMNI & FRIENDS SPRING DINNER AND AUCTION

    • Cancelled

    ALASKA WOMEN'S LOBBY / CARLA TIMPONE ACTIVISM AWARDS

    • Postponed

    JUNEAU ROTARACT FASHION SHOW

    • Postponed

    JUNEAU-GLACIER VALLEY ROTARY CLUB

    • Pillars of America Speaker Series 2020 Cancelled

    JUNEAU-GASTINEAU ROTARY CLUB

    • Postponed ARC-Assemblages Recycle Competition 2020 to Sept. 26 @ JACC from 12:30-5

    SOUTHEAST ALASKA LAND TRUST

    • POSTPONED: The SEAL Trust 25th Anniversary Celebration and Fiddlehead Pop-Up Dinner

    DIOCESE OF JUNEAU

    • no public celebration of Mass across the Diocese of Juneau or other large gatherings - effective Saturday, March 14th through Friday, March 27th· This includes all public Liturgies, Masses, Benedictions, Stations of the Cross, faith formation classes, and other types of church activities.

    JUMP FILM FESTIVAL

    • Spring Edition Postponed

    TROUT UNLIMITED

    • Fly Fishing Film Tour Screening Postponed

    NATIONAL EVENTS 

    • Major League Baseball: The MLB announced its decision to suspend spring training games and to delay the start of the 2020 regular season by at least two weeks. 
    • NCAA Championship Tournaments: The NCAA president and board of governors canceled the Division I men’s and women’s 2020 basketball tournaments, as well as all remaining winter and spring NCAA championships. 
    • National Basketball Association: The NBA has suspended game play until further notice. 
    • National Hockey League: The 2019-20 season of the NHL is "on pause," according to a release sent March 12.