Malta coronavirus updates
Village Hall is open by appointment only through April 10, 2020. We are working remotely. Business that can be conducted by telephone or electronically will be. Please use our phone system to contact us as needed. We will work to keep the office running as smoothly as possible during this time. All building permits will be mailed or e-mailed. Malta Police Department, Public Works - water, wastewater, street & drainage employees will continue working to keep public services on going. Contact us with any questions or concerns: 815-825-2330
State of Illinois Grants for Small Business, Restaurants, Bars, & Hotels
State of Illinois announces grants available for hospitality industries and small business applications are available for businesses to complete at: https://www2.illinois.gov/dceo/SmallBizAssistance/Pages/EmergencySBAIntiatives.aspx
LARGE ITEM TRASH PICKUP WILL HALT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
March 16, 2020
Dear Valued Customer,
We appreciate the trust you place in us and our people servicing your business. Like us, in the last several days, I am sure you have been focused on the health of your employees, families, friends and community. At Waste Management, safety is a core company value and the health and well-being of our employees, customers, and community remains our highest priority. We are taking every precaution to ensure that our company is safely servicing you.
Based on available information to date, Waste Management of Illinois, Inc. (Waste Management) is maintaining our standard operations, and we are not experiencing service interruptions at this time. However, the COVID-19 situation is evolving daily, and if circumstances change that may impact our ability to provide services as scheduled, we will provide prompt updates to our customers and communities.
We have always taken great pride in our ability to rapidly respond in times of catastrophe and crisis, and the current coronavirus (COVID-19) is no exception. Our internal teams are working diligently to stay informed of this evolving situation. As reports regarding the global outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continue, Waste Management is closely monitoring the situation and following the best practices of both the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO).Health and Safety
Waste Management is committed to taking care of our nearly 45,000 team members throughout North America. Our employees have been provided formal guidance and information in accordance with recommendations from the CDC, WHO, and other government agencies and health experts, to keep them along with their families safe. For the time being, we have implemented a no travel policy, eliminated tradeshow/conference participation, shifted meetings to a digital or virtual format, and are taking steps to enhance the ability of employees to work from home where possible. We’ve always taken seriously the cleanliness of our locations and vehicles. We know this is more important than ever. Aligned with guidance from health authorities, we are implementing additional measures to clean and disinfect our locations and vehicles. In addition to our everyday use of personal protective equipment, we are encouraging team members to follow health authority best practices like frequent hand washing, social distancing, and staying home if they are feeling ill.Business Continuity Plan
times of catastrophe and crisis, our teams have the ability to respond rapidly
and the current coronavirus (COVID-19) is no exception. Waste Management has established
strategies and support systems to minimize service interruptions if COVID 19
impacts service levels. To minimize the impact of a service disruption.