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 MEMO TO TOLEDO-LUCAS COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY ONE GOVERNMENT CENTER TENANTS

REGARDING COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS)

July 14, 2020

We have received confirmation yesterday of an individual working on the 16th floor of One Government Center who has tested positive for COVID-19. Consistent with the additional cleaning protocols we currently have in place, the Port Authority has also conducted a deep clean of the common spaces on the 16th floor.

Additionally, as indicated in a previously distributed memo, we received confirmation on July 9, 2020, of an individual working on the 21st floor of One Government Center who has tested positive for COVID-19. We previously spoke  with the Toledo-Lucas County Health Department regarding positive cases within the building and they indicated the cleaning and building access protocols in place at One Government Center are in-line with appropriate procedures during the current environment.  

Currently, One Government Center will remain open to essential personnel in key government agencies operating within the facility. We continue to monitor the situation with the City of Toledo and the Toledo-Lucas County Health Department and will send notification if there are any upcoming changes regarding access to One Government Center.

Please be reminded of the continuing efforts the Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority is conducting at One Government Center due to the COVID-19 pandemic:  

  • Masks are required when entering the building.
  • Revolving and sliding doors will be locked and access will be granted to employees through use of their badge on the proximity reader at the front or back entrance door.
  • Building management requests that all building tenants pre-arrange visitors and direct visitors to enter the building through the main entrance on Jackson Street, where they will need to ring the intercom to discuss access with the front desk.
  • All individuals entering the building will have their temperature taken by either the Toledo Fire Department or building security via temporal thermometers. Access will be denied to anyone with a temperature reading exceeding 100.3 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • We have increased the volume of outside air being filtered throughout the building and lower levels of the parking garage. We have temporarily increased our preventive maintenance as it pertains to HVAC equipment and filters. HVAC air handler hours will be extended to begin two hours before the start of the workday to filter air throughout the building prior to most employees arriving to work, and then again two hours after the workday ends to promote air changeout.
  • There are tape markers strategically placed throughout common spaces in the building to ensure social distancing protocols are taking place. When greeting and meeting guests in the lobby, we ask that you follow social distancing rules, as multiple tenants may utilize the lobby at one time.
  • While it was previously announced that walking/exercise on the 13th floor is temporarily prohibited, limited seating in the common space will be permitted. Please note that fewer seats will be available, and tables will be spaced six feet apart. Cleaning and disinfecting of this space will continue at various times throughout the day, but we request that everyone clean the table prior to and after use.  
  • Please be reminded that we will continue to increase cleaning and disinfecting in all common areas of the building (lobby, elevators, bathrooms, etc.); however, individual office disinfecting is the responsibility of each tenant. In the event you need help coordinating additional resources to disinfect your office, please feel free to reach out to Facility Management.
  • Until further notice, the Health Department recommends each office keep a daily log of employees who are working in the office. This will allow better tracing of possible exposure should anyone in your office test positive for COVID-19.

Please click here to view previously distributed memos regarding new protocols and procedures at One Government Center due COVID-19, as these actions are still in effect.  

For concerns about possible exposure, please call the Ohio Department of Health at 1-833-4-ASK-ODH.

The safety and security of our tenants is of utmost importance to the Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority. We thank you for your cooperation during this time.

Thank you,

The Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority

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MEMO TO TOLEDO-LUCAS COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY ONE GOVERNMENT CENTER TENANTS

REGARDING COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS)

July 9, 2020

We have received confirmation today of an individual working on the 21st floor of One Government Center who has tested positive for COVID-19. Consistent with the additional cleaning protocols we currently have in place, the Port Authority has also conducted a deep clean of the common spaces on the 21st floor. We previously spoke  with the Toledo-Lucas County Health Department regarding positive cases within the building and they indicated the cleaning and building access protocols in place at One Government Center are in-line with appropriate procedures during the current environment.  

Currently, One Government Center will remain open to essential personnel in key government agencies operating within the facility. We continue to monitor the situation with the City of Toledo and the Toledo-Lucas County Health Department and will send notification if there are any upcoming changes regarding access to One Government Center.

Please be reminded of the continuing efforts the Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority is conducting at One Government Center due to the COVID-19 pandemic:  

  • In conjunction with the Mayor’s announcement today, masks will be strongly recommended when entering the building.
  • Revolving and sliding doors will be locked and access will be granted to employees through use of their badge on the proximity reader at the front or back entrance door.
  • Building management requests that all building tenants pre-arrange visitors and direct visitors to enter the building through the main entrance on Jackson Street, where they will need to ring the intercom to discuss access with the front desk.
  • All individuals entering the building will have their temperature taken by either the Toledo Fire Department or building security via temporal thermometers. Access will be denied to anyone with a temperature reading exceeding 100.3 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • We have increased the volume of outside air being filtered throughout the building and lower levels of the parking garage. We have temporarily increased our preventive maintenance as it pertains to HVAC equipment and filters. HVAC air handler hours will be extended to begin two hours before the start of the workday to filter air throughout the building prior to most employees arriving to work, and then again two hours after the workday ends to promote air changeout.
  • There are tape markers strategically placed throughout common spaces in the building to ensure social distancing protocols are taking place. When greeting and meeting guests in the lobby, we ask that you follow social distancing rules, as multiple tenants may utilize the lobby at one time.
  • While it was previously announced that walking/exercise on the 13th floor is temporarily prohibited, limited seating in the common space will be permitted. Please note that fewer seats will be available, and tables will be spaced six feet apart. Cleaning and disinfecting of this space will continue at various times throughout the day, but we request that everyone clean the table prior to and after use.  
  • Please be reminded that we will continue to increase cleaning and disinfecting in all common areas of the building (lobby, elevators, bathrooms, etc.); however, individual office disinfecting is the responsibility of each tenant. In the event you need help coordinating additional resources to disinfect your office, please feel free to reach out to Facility Management.
  • Until further notice, the Health Department recommends each office keep a daily log of employees who are working in the office. This will allow better tracing of possible exposure should anyone in your office test positive for COVID-19.

Please click here to view previously distributed memos regarding new protocols and procedures at One Government Center due COVID-19, as these actions are still in effect.  

For concerns about possible exposure, please call the Ohio Department of Health at 1-833-4-ASK-ODH.

The safety and security of our tenants is of utmost importance to the Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority. We thank you for your cooperation during this time.

Thank you,

The Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority

 _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

MEMO TO TOLEDO-LUCAS COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY ONE GOVERNMENT CENTER TENANTS

REGARDING COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS)

May 1, 2020

Beginning Monday, May 4, 2020, the following new procedures will be implemented at One Government Center and will remain in effect until further notice.


• All employees, visitors and contractors will be required to wear a face covering in order to gain access to the building.
• In order to perform appropriate social distancing, we ask that all employees, visitors and contractors limit elevator capacity to two people per car.
• The 13th floor will not be available for walking or exercising so that we can maintain appropriate social distancing practices.
The following procedures were implemented on March 20, 2020 and will remain in effect until further notice.
• We encourage building access be limited to employees and members of the public with pre-arranged appointments. When meeting with a member of the public, we are asking the Agency in which they are here to see meet their guest in the lobby on the 1st floor and conduct business on the 1st floor. If it’s necessary to conduct business in your office, we ask that you escort them from the 1st floor, to your office and then back down to the 1st floor when finished.
• Revolving and sliding doors will be locked and access will be granted to employees through use of their badge on the proximity reader at the front or back entrance.
• Building management requests that building tenants pre-arrange visitors and direct them to enter the building through the main entrance on Jackson Street, where they will need to ring the intercom to discuss access with the front desk.
• All individuals entering the building will have their temperature taken by the Toledo Fire Department via temporal thermometers. Access will be denied to anyone with a temperature reading exceeding of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or greater.
May 1, 2020
• All mail and packages will continue to be delivered to the mail sorting area in the basement and can be picked up by the tenants in that location.


For concerns about possible exposure, please call the Ohio Department of Health at 1-833-4-ASK-ODH.
The safety and security of our tenants is of utmost importance to the Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority. We thank you for your cooperation during this time.


Thank you,


The Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority

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MEMO TO TOLEDO-LUCAS COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY ONE GOVERNMENT CENTER TENANTS

REGARDING COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS)

March 27, 2020

We have received confirmation today of an individual working on the 17th floor of One Government Center who has tested positive for COVID-19. Consistent with the additional cleaning protocols we currently have in place, the Port Authority has also conducted a deep clean of the common spaces on the 17th floor. We spoke today with the Toledo-Lucas County Health Department and they indicated the cleaning and building access protocols in place at One Government Center are in-line with appropriate procedures during the current environment.  

Currently, One Government Center will remain open to essential personnel in key government agencies operating within the facility. We continue to monitor the situation with the City of Toledo and the Toledo-Lucas County Health Department and will send notification if there are any upcoming changes regarding access to One Government Center.

As of Friday, March 20, 2020, the following building access protocols have been in place at One Government Center:

  • Access to the building will be limited to employees and members of the public with pre-arranged appointments. If the public does not have a pre-arranged appointment, we are asking the Agency in which they are here to see meet this person in the lobby on the 1st floor and conduct business on the 1st If it is necessary to conduct business in your office on your floor, we ask that you escort them from the 1st floor, to your floor then back down to the 1st floor when finished.
  • Revolving and sliding doors will be locked and access will be granted to employees through use of their badge on the proximity reader at the front or back entrance door.
  • Building management requests that all building tenants pre-arrange visitors and direct visitors to enter the building through the main entrance on Jackson Street, where they will need to ring the intercom to discuss access with the front desk.
  • All individuals entering the building will have their temperature taken by either the Toledo Fire Department or building security via temporal thermometers. Access will be denied to anyone with a temperature reading exceeding 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit.

It is recommended that tenants also take preventative steps to minimize the spread of germs, such as increased hand washing, minimizing contact with others, staying home when feeling ill, and increasing the frequency in which surfaces are cleaned in each office. Lastly, we do request tenants notify the Port Authority if any of your employees miss work due to flu-like symptoms.

For concerns about possible exposure, please call the Ohio Department of Health at 1-833-4-ASK-ODH.

The safety and security of our tenants is of utmost importance to the Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority. We thank you for your cooperation during this time.

Thank you,

The Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

MEMO TO TOLEDO-LUCAS COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY FACILITY TENANTS

REGARDING COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS)

March 13, 2020

Following Governor DeWine’s announcement of a State of Emergency in Ohio regarding COVID-19, the Port Authority is taking precautions to safeguard our tenants and our facilities.

Until further notice, the Port Authority’s contracted cleaning crews have increased their frequency of cleaning and disinfecting common spaces throughout all of our facilities. Sufficient use of chemicals, as permitted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, will be used to sanitize surfaces for which it has responsibility to clean and disinfect.

It is recommended that tenants also take preventative steps to minimize the spread of germs, such as increased hand washing, minimizing contact with others, staying home when feeling ill, and increasing the frequency in which surfaces are cleaned in each office. We do request tenants notify the Port Authority if any of your employees miss work due to a positive diagnosis of coronavirus.

We have provided the most up-to-date information on COVID-19 at the Port Authority’s work request page on our website. We encourage you to frequently visit this page as we will update it with new information as it becomes available. Additionally, should any of our facilities close, we will notify tenants by email and on the work request page.  

Information regarding COVID-19 continues to evolve and we are monitoring multiple websites for updates on the virus and guidance from national, state, and local health organizations, including the Toledo-Lucas County Health Department and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and will continue to modify our actions in accordance with such recommendations.

For the latest information from the Toledo-Lucas County Health Department, please click here.

To follow the latest on COVID-19 in Ohio, please visit www.coronavirus.ohio.gov.

The Ohio Department of Health has opened an informational hotline for any COVID-19 concerns at 1-833-4-ASK-ODH.

The safety and security of our tenants is of utmost importance to the Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority. We thank you for your cooperation during this time.

Thank you,

The Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________

COVID-19 

For more information on the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), please refer to this fact sheet provided by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
  
The Toledo-Lucas County Health Department continues to work closely with state and federal health officials to appropriately monitor or test any individuals returning from higher risk areas. For the latest information from the Toledo-Lucas County Health Department, please click here.

To follow the latest on Coronavirus, please visit the Ohio Department of Health's website. 

Follow these simple steps to help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases like COVID-19. 

Questions or Concerns?

The Ohio Department of Health has opened an informational hotline for any Coronavirus concerns at 1-833-4-ASK-ODH.

 

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