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City of Janesville Changes to City Hall Access for Wednesday, July 8
Effective Wednesday, July 8, 2020 at 7:30 a.m., Janesville City Hall will be fully accessible to the public. With additional service windows becoming available to visitors, there will be certain restrictions in place due to COVID-19 in order to keep the public and City employees safe.
- Masks are mandatory to enter City Hall.If you do not have a mask, one will be provided for you.If you cannot or do not wish to wear a mask in City Hall, please call the appropriate City department to make arrangements for assistance.
- The Wall Street entrance will be used as the public entrance.
- A greeter will be stationed in the vestibule off of Wall Street to ensure mask compliance.
The mandatory mask rule will apply to the Hedberg Public Library facilities effective July 8 as well.
City Council meetings will reconvene in the Council Chambers on the fourth floor of City Hall on Monday, July 13. The mask rule will apply, capacity will be reduced, and social distancing will be enforced. Other public meetings will resume in-person or continue to be held virtually through July. For public meeting information, please visit www.ci.janesville.wi.us/calendar.
While many public spaces are open or reopening, the City strongly urges residents to continue following recommended guidelines such as maintaining social distance, washing hands thoroughly, and avoiding touching your face. Residents are cautioned to use Janesville’s amenities at their own risk, knowing that COVID-19 remains a threat in the community. Visit the Center for Disease Control (CDC) website for more information.
The City will continue to update the public on the City's Website, press release email, Facebook, and Twitter. For up-to-date information and local, regional, and state resources, visit the City’s COVID-19 website: www.ci.janesville.wi.us/covid19.
For additional community information and questions 24/7, you may contact “2-1-1” by calling 211 or 1-877-947-2211. In the case of an emergency, contact the Rock County Communications Center by calling 911, or (608) 757-2244 for non-emergencies.