COVID-19 Information

The City of Urbandale believes that trusted communication is critical in handling the COVID-19 situation.  This situation is evolving and we intend to provide up-to-date information.  The City is following the guidelines established by the Iowa Department of Public Health and the Polk County Health Department. 

The City of Urbandale is operating on a normal work schedule.  We are emphasizing precautions to decrease the spread of diseases, which includes frequent handwashing with soap and water for 20 seconds, covering coughs, and having employees stay home when sick.  In addition, we have increased the frequency of cleaning the surfaces that could easily spread the virus, such as "high touch" areas and items.  We have also removed toys from certain buildings and programs to limit the spreading of any illness and to sanitize those toys fully. 

We offer many of our services online including permits and class registration. We’ve also created a COVID-19 resource page for residents and a COVID-19 resource page for businesses seeking more information related to the COVID-19 response from the greater metropolitan area.

Update: Friday, July 31, 2020 - City Offices Closed to the Public Through August 31, 2020

Due to the recent increase in COVID-19 cases, and in the continued interest of the safety and wellbeing of our residents and employees, Urbandale is extending all City office and public building closures (including the Library) through August 31. If you need to drop off papers or payments the City Administration building at 3600 86th Street has a tall black drop box located to the left of the main stairs. We appreciate your patience as we navigate through these uncertain times.

Update: July 29, 2020 - Urbandale Mayor Signs City Council Resolution Encouraging Observance of Public Health Practices to Curb the Spread of COVID-19

Urbandale, IA – Yesterday Mayor Robert Andeweg signed a resolution unanimously approved by the Urbandale City Council encouraging the observance of public health practices like social distancing and the use of face coverings in Urbandale. These practices can help slow the spread of coronavirus and help keep Urbandale open for business. The safety of the Urbandale community has been the top priority for the Urbandale City Council since the COVID-19 pandemic started. The city has taken several steps to protect its residents, businesses, and staff with increased safety measures and operational changes. 

“Wearing a mask is an easy step we can all take to protect our family and friends,” said Mayor Andeweg. “Until we get a vaccine, a mask is one of the best tools we have available.”

According to a July 2020 press release issued by the US Centers for Disease Control, cloth face coverings are a critical tool in the fight against COVID-19. “We are not defenseless against COVID-19,” said CDC Director Dr. Robert R. Redfield. “Cloth face coverings are one of the most powerful weapons we have to slow and stop the spread of the virus – particularly when used universally within a community setting. All Americans have a responsibility to protect themselves, their families and their communities.”

Residents should follow the guidance of the CDC for face coverings. Cloth face coverings should not be placed on young children under age two, anyone who has trouble breathing, or is unconscious, incapacitated, or otherwise unable to remove the cloth face-covering without assistance.

While visiting any public space, use your best judgment and act responsibly; wear a mask, bring your sanitation supplies with you, and adhere to recommended guidelines of social distancing. If you do not feel well or have been sick, stay home. 

Visit www.Urbandale.org/covid-19 for additional information regarding changes to City business during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Update: Tuesday, June 30: Urbandale Closing City Facilities

Due to the increase in new COVID-19 cases reported in central Iowa, beginning at 5 PM Tuesday, June 30, 2020, city buildings, departments, and facilities are closed to the public until further notice, including:

  • City Hall, including Council Chambers (Council meetings will continue as scheduled live-streamed WebEx)
  • Community Development Department
  • Engineering & Public Works Department
  • Fire Stations
  • Indoor Public Pool
  • Parks & Recreation Department
  • Police Department (foyer is open for phone access, lobby is closed)
  • Public Library
  • Senior Recreation Center

City Services Not Impacted at This Time
While City buildings are closed until further notice to reduce the community spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), City services (such as garbage collection and public safety) are continuing as scheduled.

Public Meetings
Urbandale City Council meetings will continue as scheduled, but will not be open to public attendance. All Council meetings will be live-streamed on WebEx for listening/viewing. 

Parks & Recreation
Playgrounds and city-owned softball and baseball fields remain open. Classes, lessons, and programs will continue as scheduled following CDC guidelines and with appropriate social distancing. Patrons with current facility rental agreements are on as scheduled, but no new rentals will be accepted until further notice.

Community Development
Building permit activity can be conducted online. Counter staff is prepared to take your calls at 515-278-3935. If absolutely necessary, City staff will meet in person by appointment only. Inspections will be scheduled online and by phone. Planning applications, submissions, and reviews can be done online and/or with assistance by phone at 515-278-3935.

We continue to monitor the situation by working closely with the Polk County Health Department, Iowa Department of Public Health, and the Centers for Disease Control. We will keep you updated should further actions or cancellations be required. Please continue to refer to this webpage for the most up-to-date information.

Update: Friday, May 29: Urbandale Opening City Facilities

The City of Urbandale is implementing a plan for a soft reopening of its operations and services beginning next week. The City closed all facilities to the public on March 17 as it responded to the COVID-19 pandemic. During the past twelve weeks, the City has operated a virtual City Hall, continuing to provide city services online. We continue to hold City Council and committee meetings virtually, respond to emergency and 911 calls, process permits, pick up garbage, and provide other essential services.

Following guidelines set by the CDC, the Iowa Department of Public Health, and the Governor’s Office, the following changes are in effect:

Parks, playgrounds, and recreation facilities

  • All Urbandale playgrounds will reopen on June 1, including the skate park. While visiting any public space, use your best judgment and act responsibly; bring your own sanitation supplies with you and adhere to social distancing guidelines. Playground equipment is not regularly sanitized. 
  • Restrooms will reopen on June 1 (drinking fountains will not be turned on).
  • Indoor and outdoor shelter and facility rentals are canceled through at least June 14.
  • All in-person Parks & Recreation programs are canceled through at least June 14. 
  • The Urbandale Indoor Swimming Pool and Senior Recreation Center will remain closed through at least July 6, 2020. A reopening date is still being determined.

Library

  • Curbside service is currently available to library patrons. 
  • The library will open to the public with restrictions on June 15. 
    • The library will open with limited capacity and limited hours. 
    • A number of online programs for all ages are available, including the annual summer reading program.  All in-person events and programs are canceled until further notice.
    • Curbside service will continue for patrons that may still not be comfortable coming into the building.
    • Check the Library Website for the most up-to-date information.

Special Events

  • The Fourth of July parade and carnival are canceled.
  • Party in the Park is canceled.
  • National Night Out has been postponed to a yet-to-be-determined date. 

All other city buildings will open on June 15 with limited public access. Members of the public who enter city buildings are encouraged to wear masks, and a mask will be provided if you do not have one. Residents, contractors, and the public are encouraged to do business with staff via phone, email, video conference, or the website.

Update: Thursday, May 21: Urbandale Extending Closures and Announcing New Cancellations

The City of Urbandale is extending closures and announcing new cancellations due to coronavirus (COVID-19).

  • The Urbandale Indoor Swimming Pool and Senior Recreation Center will remain closed until at least July 6, 2020.
  • All in-person Parks and Recreation Programs are canceled through at least June 14, 2020.
  • Virtual programming opportunities can be found at https://www.urbandale.org/170/Parks-Recreation.

The following park amenities remain closed until at least June 14, 2020:

  • Playgrounds
  • Restrooms
  • All City-owned sports fields
  • Walker Johnston Skate Park
  • Indoor and Outdoor Shelter and facility rentals

Parks and trails continue to be open, but social distancing is required. Avoid groups of people and crowded areas. If a public space can’t be enjoyed safely, go home or discover a new park. While visiting any public space, use your best judgment and act responsibly; bring your own sanitation supplies with you and adhere to social distancing guidelines. If you do not feel well or have been sick, stay home.

The City of Urbandale will be complying with all directives from the Governor’s Office, the State Department of Health, and Federal health officials when it comes to the reopening of City services. City facilities will gradually reopen as conditions warrant, a reopen date is still being evaluated. Continue to refer to this page for the most up-to-date information.

Update: Monday, May 18: Spring Clean-Up Rescheduled; Restrictions on Peddlers; Officials Continue to Monitor Local Health Conditions

Spring Clean-Up, originally scheduled for late April, has been rescheduled and will take place on the week of July 27 on your normal collection day. Now called Summer Clean-Up, this program will be similar to Spring Clean-Up but there are some important changes to note:

  • Appliances (such as Refrigerators, Dehumidifiers, Microwaves, Water Heaters, Trash Compactors, Furnaces, Freezers, Air Conditioners, Dishwashers, Light Ballasts, Washers, Dryers, Stoves, and Garbage Disposal) will be collected through a separate City program called Bulk Item Collection. If you’d like to have an appliance collected now (or at any time during the year) please visit: https://www.urbandale.org/195/Bulk-Item-Collection.
  • No construction debris or building materials.
  • All garbage must be bagged or boxed and secured.
  • Set items out no earlier than the day before collection.
  • One pick up truck load limit per household, items must be able to be collected by a two-person crew.
  • Be sure to fill your container first with anything that fits.
  • Only leave items at the curb intended for City collection.
  • Examples of accepted items include Chairs, File Cabinets, Computers, Tables, Couchs, Grills (no tank), Recliners, Televisions, Desks, Mattresses, Shelves, Toilets, Dressers, Monitors, Sinks, and TV Stands, etc.

For more information about Summer Clean-Up, or questions about accepted items call 515-278-3950 or email engpw@urbandale.org.

The City of Urbandale will be complying with all directives from the Governor’s Office, the State Department of Health, and Federal health officials when it comes to the reopening of City services. City facilities will gradually reopen as conditions warrant, a reopen date is still being evaluated. When members of the public visit city facilities in the coming weeks and months, they’ll indeed notice some changes. Plexi-glass “sneeze-guards” have been constructed at front reception desks at City Hall. 6-foot distancing marks will be on the floors of offices and also in the reception areas as a visual reminder to maintain social distance. When we do open to the public, traffic through the building will be well-ordered and coordinated. Signage will indicate that if a person is experiencing symptoms, they are not to enter the building. We only plan to allow a few people into City Hall at a time.

If you wish to visit City Hall, please call ahead to make an appointment for the requested services.

In accordance with the Governor’s proclamation, "door-to-door” peddlers are not permitted at this time.

City officials continue to monitor local health conditions and will adjust our accessibility to City buildings to ensure the safety of residents and employees.

Update: Friday, April 17: Recreation Programs Canceled Through May; City Facilities Remain Closed

Governor Reynolds announced all Iowa schools will remain closed for the rest of the school year. With this new information, Urbandale Parks & Recreation will be following the same direction, canceling all programs, events, rentals, and shelter reservations through May 31, 2020. All City facilities will also remain closed until further notice.

We have received several questions regarding summer programs, and what timeline and schedule might be considered. Unfortunately, right now there are too many uncertainties to be able to predict when we will be able to offer summer programs. We will continue to monitor information provided by the CDC, State of Iowa, and local officials to develop a plan for future programs and events. In the meantime, we are offering many virtual classes and events online.

Update: Thursday, April 9: Spring Clean Up Postponed; Rental Inspections Suspended

The Spring Cleanup Program originally scheduled for Monday, April 20 - Friday, April 24 has been postponed to a later date this year. This is a very popular program and we will announce a new date soon. You can find more information regarding Spring Cleanup (and many other popular city services and programs) in your water bill, on social media, and right here on the Urbandale website. If you have any questions about this service please call us at 515-278-3950.

The Community Development Department has extended the suspension of all rental inspections through at least Monday, May 4. Building permit activity can be conducted online and counter staff is prepared to take your calls at 515-278-3935. Inspections can be scheduled online and by phone. Planning applications, submissions, and reviews can be done online and/or with assistance by phone at 515-278-3935.

We’re keeping your well-being top of mind in everything we do. Mayor Andeweg continues to record video updates and you can watch all the videos on our YouTube and social media channels.

Update: Monday, March 30: Playgrounds Closed; Parks and Trails Remain Open

Urbandale’s parks and trails are currently open to the public for recreation but due to COVID-19 our playground equipment, skatepark, and shelter houses are closed until further notice. All park restrooms and water fountains remain closed and turned off. Tennis, pickleball, and basketball courts will remain open, however, team sports, pickup games, and contact play are prohibited.

Residents are asked to do their part to keep family, friends, neighbors and our community safe. Signs will be posted at each park regarding the closure. The City of Urbandale is keeping your well-being top of mind in everything we do.

While visiting any public space, use your best judgment and at your comfort level. Adhere to recommended CDC guidelines for social gatherings and continue social distancing efforts. If you do not feel well or have been sick, please stay home.

Update: Wednesday, March 25: Digital Library Cards and Business Resources

The library is now offering a digital-only access library cards for people who currently do not have an Urbandale Public Library Card and are interested in checking out eBooks, e-audiobooks, and other online resources. Learn more at: https://www.urbandalelibrary.org/new-digital-access-card/.

COVID-19 is having a significant impact on our health systems and the economy. Urbandale’s Economic Development team has up-to-date information on business assistance programs to take advantage of if needed. We’re partnering with the Greater Des Moines Partnership to lead our regional response and outreach during these challenging business activity times. View the list of information, sources, and programs here.

Update: Tuesday, March 24, 2020: Public Meetings

Tonight’s City Council meeting will be held at 6 PM as scheduled. While City Hall and Council Chambers are closed to the public you can still visit the City Council Meeting Portal to download the agenda, listen to the meeting live, or learn more. Want to learn about or be notified about changes in Board, Commission or Committee Meetings? You can stay up-to-date on all public meetings by visiting the Agenda Center on the City website.

Update: Monday, March 23, 2020: Message from Mayor Andeweg Postponing Mayor’s Bike Ride

As an avid bicyclist and trail user, the highlight of every Spring for me is the Mayor’s Bike Ride. It’s an opportunity to promote cycling and explore Urbandale’s vast trail system. The COVID-19 outbreak has severely impacted many Urbandale activities, including our Parks & Recreation programs. Unfortunately, this includes the Mayor’s Bike Ride scheduled for May 3. We are not canceling it, though—we are just postponing it! We anticipate finding a date sometime later in the year to reschedule the Mayor’s Bike Ride.

In the meantime, please continue to enjoy our parks and trails, but be vigilant and safe in doing so. The link below is to the latest guidelines on safely using parks and trails: https://www.nrpa.org/about-national-recreation-and-park-association/press-room/NRPA-statement-on-using-parks-and-open-space-while-maintaining-social-distancing/

Bob Andeweg
Mayor of Urbandale, Iowa

Update: Thursday, March 19, 2020: Parks, Trails, Classes, and Spring Cleanup

Parks and Trails Remain Open
Urbandale parks, trails, and outdoor shelters are open and can be used at your comfort level. Please note that we don’t sanitize outdoor play structures, playgrounds or equipment. Additional information on best practices for keeping you and your family safe can be found online at the CDC website. Restrooms and water fountains in all parks continue to be closed. Canceling outings and avoiding social contact can be frustrating and difficult amid the spread of coronavirus, but you can still safely enjoy being outdoors at one of the 56 public parks, 36 playgrounds, or 50 miles of paved trails in Urbandale. We encourage people to practice appropriate social distancing and following all the CDC guidelines when it comes to safely interacting with other people. 

Parks & Recreation programs and summer registration suspended until further notice:
In an ongoing effort to keep our residents and patrons safe, we have suspended all Parks & Recreation, Indoor Pool, and Senior Recreation Center classes until further notice. Summer registration for all Parks & Recreation classes, events, programs, and swim lessons are also postponed until further notice.

Spring Clean Up Suspended
The Spring Cleanup Program originally scheduled for Monday, April 20 - Friday, April 24 has been temporarily suspended. This is a very popular program and we will announce a new date soon. You can find more information regarding Spring Cleanup (and many other popular city services and programs) in your water bill, on social media, and right here on the Urbandale website.

Update: Tuesday, March 17, 2020 - 5 PM: Updated Information from Mayor Andeweg About Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Earlier this morning, Governor Kim Reynolds issued a State of Public Health Disaster Emergency activating the public health response and recovery aspects of the State Disaster Emergency Plan effective at noon today, Tuesday, March 17. The plan includes closing bars and restaurants with the exception of take-out, drive-through and delivery services; closing fitness Mayor Andewegcenters and gyms; closing theaters; closing casinos; closing senior citizen centers and adult day care facilities; and prohibiting social, religious, sporting and other gatherings of more than 10 people. Read the full plan and proclamation.

In accordance with Governor Kim Reynolds’ State Orders to minimize the community spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the City of Urbandale asks residents who normally visit our city buildings for services to conduct their business online or over the phone. A drop box is available outside of City Hall.

As of 5 PM Tuesday, March 17, 2020, all city buildings, departments, and facilities are closed to the public until further notice, including:

  • City Hall, including Council Chambers (Council meetings will continue as scheduled live-streamed)
  • Community Development Department
  • Engineering & Public Works Department
  • Fire Stations
  • Giovannetti Community Shelter
  • Indoor Public Pool
  • Lions Park Shelter
  • Parks & Recreation Department
  • Police Department (foyer is open for phone access, lobby is closed)
  • Public Library
  • Senior Recreation Center
  • Walker Johnston Regional Park softball and baseball fields

City Services Not Impacted at This Time
While City buildings are closed until further notice to reduce the community spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), City services (such as garbage collection and public safety) are continuing as scheduled.

Public Meetings
Urbandale City Council meetings will continue as scheduled, but will not be open to public attendance. All Council meetings will be live-streamed on WebEx for listening/viewing. All Board, Commission, and Committee meetings are postponed through April 12, 2020, unless otherwise noticed/determined.

Parks & Recreation Department
Any classes, lessons, or programs that are impacted during this time will receive a prorated credit on your Parks & Recreation registration account. This credit can be used for any future classes. Participants with an annual membership (Indoor Pool and Senior Recreation Fitness Memberships) will have the expiration date extended by the number of days we are closed. All facility rentals through April 12 have been canceled.

Community Development Department
Building permit activity can be conducted online. Counter staff is prepared to take your calls at 515-278-3935. If absolutely necessary, City staff will meet in person by appointment only. Inspections will be scheduled online and by phone. Planning applications, submissions, and reviews can be done online and/or with assistance by phone at 515-278-3935.

We continue to monitor the situation by working closely with the Polk County Health Department, Iowa Department of Public Health, and the Centers for Disease Control. We will keep you updated should further actions or cancellations be required. Please continue to refer to this webpage for the most up-to-date information.

Update: Monday, March 16, 2020 - 7:30 PM: Public Safety Services, Garbage Collection, and Inspection Services

As the spread of the virus continues to evolve, residents should expect other changes in services as the City’s response to the COVID-19 virus is implemented. Your health and safety continues to be our most important priority, and we remain committed to keeping you up to date on the actions we are taking as the situation develops.

  • All Police, Fire, and Public Safety related calls for service are being responded to as usual. When possible the Police Department will provide services via phone rather than an officer response (including some phone call reports for minor incidents). Anyone needing Police to respond, or to report a crime, should continue to call WestCom Dispatch. In an emergency, always dial 9-1-1.
  • All training, classes, and events being hosted at the Police and Fire Departments have been suspended until further notice. This includes all community outreach efforts such as the Citizen’s Police Academy, Citizen’s Fire Academy, Culture of Integrity, CPR and Fire Extinguisher Training, etc. 
  • The Police Department lobby will be closed to public access starting at 5 PM on Tuesday, March 17. A phone is available in the foyer in case of emergencies or you can call the general number (515-331-6800) for services that would normally be handled by our front desk personnel, e.g. copies of a report, impound release, citation information, etc.
  • Garbage collection continues to operate as scheduled.
  • The Community Development Department will suspend all rental inspections through Sunday, April 12.

We continue to monitor the situation by working closely with the Polk County Health Department, Iowa Department of Public Health, and the Centers for Disease Control. We will keep you updated should further actions or cancellations be required. Please continue to refer to this webpage for the most up-to-date information.

Update: Monday, March 16, 2020 - 3:40 PM: Public Library Closing, Planning and Zoning Commission Meeting Canceled, and Tuesday Council Meeting Canceled

As the spread of the virus continues to evolve, residents should expect other changes in services as the City’s response to the COVID-19 virus is implemented. Your health and safety continues to be our most important priority, and we remain committed to keeping you up to date on the actions we are taking as the situation develops.

  • The Urbandale Public Library will close at 5 PM today and will remain closed until at least Sunday, April 12.
  • The Planning and Zoning Commission Meeting scheduled for tonight, Monday, March 16 has been canceled.
  • The City Council Meeting scheduled for tomorrow, Tuesday, March 17 has been canceled.

The Library has extended the due dates on all items to Sunday, April 12. Please do not return materials until we have re-opened. No library fines will accrue while the Library is closed. Expiring library cards have been extended to Sunday, April 12. If you receive a notice that your library card is expiring, please disregard it. You will be unable to place holds on items until Sunday, April 12. 

We understand this decision will have an impact on our patrons and the community. Our staff is working hard to identify ways we can continue to offer limited services while our building is closed – and in the face of this changing situation. Our staff will be available by phone to answer your questions; however, hours of availability may vary.

We continue to monitor the situation by working closely with the Polk County Health Department, Iowa Department of Public Health, and the Centers for Disease Control. We will keep you updated should further actions or cancellations be required. Please continue to refer to this webpage for the most up-to-date information.

Update: Monday, March 16, 2020 - 11:30 AM: All Parks & Recreation Classes/Events Suspended 

As the spread of the virus continues to evolve, residents should expect other changes in services as the City’s response to the COVID-19 virus is implemented. Your health and safety continues to be our most important priority, and we remain committed to keeping you up to date on the actions we are taking as the situation develops.

  • All Parks & Recreation programs, classes, lessons, and events at all facilities have been suspended through Sunday, April 12.
  • All Parks & Recreation facility rentals are canceled through Sunday, April 12.
  • Walker Johnston Regional Park softball and baseball fields are closed through Sunday, April 12.
  • The seasonal opening of park restrooms and drinking fountains will be delayed through Sunday, April 12.
  • The Senior Recreation Center, Indoor Public Pool, Lions Park Shelter, and Giovannetti Community Shelter are closed through Sunday, April 12.

We will keep you updated should further actions or cancellations be required. Please continue to refer to this webpage for the most up-to-date information.

Update: Monday, March 16, 2020 - 9:30 AM: Indoor Pool Closed

As the spread of the virus continues to evolve, residents should expect other changes in services as the City’s response to the COVID-19 virus is implemented. Your health and safety continues to be our most important priority, and we remain committed to keeping you up to date on the actions we are taking as the situation develops.

At this time, all programs, classes, lessons, and events at the Urbandale Indoor Public Pool have been suspended.

We continue to monitor the situation by working closely with the Polk County Health Department, Iowa Department of Public Health, and the Centers for Disease Control. We will keep you updated should further actions or cancellations be required. Please continue to refer to this webpage for the most up-to-date information.

Update: Friday, March 13, 2020: Senior Recreation Center Closed

Your health and safety continues to be our most important priority, and we remain committed to keeping you up to date on the actions we are taking as the situation develops. At this time, the Senior Recreation Center will be closed through Friday, March 27. No Senior Programming will take place during this time.

This action is consistent with the closure of all Polk County Senior Center facilities, as well as the medical experts’ advice to discontinue large group meetings to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus so the medical system is not overwhelmed. We will continue to evaluate our classes and event schedules using information from the CDC and other government resources. Currently, programs at the Urbandale Public Indoor Swimming Pool and Youth and Adult Recreation Programs are being held as scheduled. We will keep you posted should further actions or cancellations be required.

As the spread of the virus continues to evolve, residents should expect other changes in services as the City’s response to the COVID-19 virus is implemented. Please continue to refer to this webpage for the most up-to-date information.

Thursday, March 12, 2020: A Letter From the Mayor

Dear Urbandale Residents, Visitors and Business Community Members –
I wanted to take this time to share with all of you how the City of Urbandale is responding to and preparing for the global Coronavirus outbreak.  City staff have been monitoring the status and impact of the Coronavirus locally and statewide to make sure our community’s actions are informed by the most accurate and authoritative information.  We will continue working with county, state, and federal health officials to protect our residents as best as possible. 

The City of Urbandale intends to continue providing the valued services that our residents, visitors and business community have come to depend on and utilize regularly.  However, it may become necessary to temporarily suspend certain non-essential services or programs to ensure the overall health and well being of the community.  Any information concerning impacts to city services will be shared through broadcast media outlets and the City’s website and social media channels. 

I urge everyone in the Urbandale community to be mindful of the events and to use common sense best practices regarding the Coronavirus.  Please follow the recommendations of health officials (the Polk County Health Department is one good place to start) to protect yourself and others.  

I wish you good health! I also thank you for your cooperation with health recommendations and your patience with any changes to services or programs. 

Sincerely,

Bob Andeweg
Mayor

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