Village Administrator Benjamin Krumenauer announced the latest changes to Village buildings due to COVID-19 during the board meeting July 14.
“This partnership includes careful coordination of efforts with Polk County Health Department, Wisconsin Department of Health Services, local businesses and community members,” Krumenauer said. “The Village continues to take this health pandemic seriously and is continually evaluating the current best practices to keep the village safe.”
Therefore, as of July 14 in the Village Hall:
All restrooms and drinking fountains are closed to the public in the Village Hall.
All meeting and conference rooms will be closed to the public.
The Senior Center will be open on a limited basis.
The upper level is still substantially closed. Doors are still open to allow access to Wilberg Memorial Public Library.
Personal protection equipment will be encouraged but not required.
All interaction with Police and Administration offices will remain open to the public, but completed through the glass wall or with a mask on.
All community gatherings and outreach events including presentations will be reviewed by the Police Chief on a case-by-case basis.
The Wilberg Memorial Public Library will be open on a limited basis. Patrons are encouraged to wear protective clothing and practice safe distancing.
Curbside pickup is available during posted library hours of operation.
All nonessential meetings and social gatherings are canceled. Village Board meetings are available to the public through posted teleconference lines or video conferencing.
For Public Works:
Public Works facilities including garage, warning shelter and auxiliary sites are closed to the public.
Public restroom facilities at Mill Pond Park and Oakey Park are cleaned daily and open to the public.
All public parks and natural areas will continue to remain open.
Finally, Municipal Court will be held on an as need basis using video or phone conference tools.