New DC Government Buildings Restrictions

Door County government operations now have new COVID-19 related limitations and restrictions. Starting Wednesday and continuing through December 31st, public access to Door County buildings and facilities will be restricted. Access to county departments is now limited to by-appointment only, and while visiting you must follow all required health and safety measures. These include, of course, physical distancing and wearing a face covering. Staff telephone-work options will be expanded, and staff will be available by phone and email. These measures are considered reasonable and necessary to ensure continued operations and administration of county government’s day-to-day and ongoing duties while mitigating the impacts of the pandemic. The ADRC Is closed with all in-person group activities and access to the fitness room and public computer workstations have all been canceled until further notice. The ADRC staff are available by phone, email, or video chat. Office visits are available by appointment only. The government center is operating under limited access. Public access is by appointment only, but staff are available by phone or email. The Justice Center is open, but some staff are working remotely. The public is strongly encouraged to call ahead. All Door County library branches will return to contact-less pickup only effective immediately. For the latest information regarding Door County government operations and COVID-19 related limitations and restrictions, you can always go online to the county website.

Posted in News | Tagged |

Comments are closed.