We looked inside some of the tweets by @Scranton_Mayor and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
We’re counting on each other to keep our community safe. Please continue to wear masks and practice social distancing as we reopen our City. https://t.co/kM8iv1ciSi
Scranton needs a complete count of our residents to get the funding that we need for the next decade. Make sure your household is counted! Respond today at https://t.co/bvr5z9zMYS https://t.co/82be7MnDNe
In its third annual study, Smart Asset created a list of the most livable small cities in the United States. Scranton ranks 21st! https://t.co/jgI2RSX6zq
Good morning, Scranton! Stay safe and wear a mask when you go out to support our great small businesses this weekend 😷💚 https://t.co/r8ozZd6AJD
City Hall will reopen to the public on Monday June 29. Residents visiting City Hall will use the Treasury Office on the first floor for all Treasury and Licensing, Inspections, and Permits business. https://t.co/U5HYgRqaBv
Staying safe this summer does not have to mean staying indoors! You can still enjoy many outdoor activities, including visiting our Scranton Parks, while maintaining social distancing and other measures to ensure your health and safety! https://t.co/NTYuSUWXyC
We are excited to see more local businesses reopening! Take the Safe Scranton Pledge at https://t.co/EnJcgEHAtA and receive a Safe Scranton window decal to identify your business as one following the health and safety procedures for both employees and customers.
Some of our streets will receive a fresh coat of paint this summer! The Department of Public Works has crews out repainting crosswalks. Please remember to drive safely. Slow down, yield, and be prepared to stop when approaching pedestrians or work crews. https://t.co/DA0PBl1mmR