Rep. Marron COVID-19 Update, District Office Closed to the Public at Noon

SPRINGFIELD… State Representative Mike Marron (R-Fithian) will be closing his Danville district office at 12:00 P.M. today to the public; however, the office will remain open during normal business hours operating remotely to provide information and assist constituents.

Rep. Marron said, “With the unprecedented closures of schools, restaurants, and large gatherings, I want to ensure the safety of all the residents of the 104 District and best protect constituents and district staff. My staff and I will be available through phone, email, and social media to ensure that correct, real time information is distributed to you all and to assist all constituents in any way we can.”

“I understand the confusion and severity of this situation can provide many frustrations to our daily lives, and I am committed to doing everything in my power to make sure we all get through this together,” said Rep. Marron.

Rep. Marron said, “My office stands ready to offer assistance with programs and resources to help struggling businesses and employees that maybe out of work.  Our office is committed to doing whatever we can to be a resource during these troubling times.

Rep. Marron and his staff will help anyone in the 104th district facilitate the complex processes for resources with the proper state agencies and try to expedite any help that may be available. You can reach out to Rep. Marron’s office and learn updated information by following his website,, for more information.

 “Mitigating risk and acting intelligently is going to cause a disruption to our normal lives.  For some of us, that will mean a minor inconvenience as we change our plans for the next few weeks, but for others, it is going to be much more significant,” Marron said.

“In the current situation, I believe that it is imperative that we keep a levelheaded, intelligent response to this outbreak.  There is a risk to the health of our nation and society that needs to addressed, so please follow the official guidelines and follow my office for new information to keep ourselves safe during this troubling time,” said Rep. Marron.