MENOMONIE — Dunn County Administration announced today that all Dunn County buildings and facilities will remain closed to the general public through the end of June. This policy may be extended or amended, however, if the public health situation changes significantly before the end of the month. The public will be notified in the event of any change to this policy. “Many employees who have been working from home are now beginning to return to County offices,” said County Manager Paul Miller. “With more people in the buildings and COVID-19 still a threat to public health, we need to protect residents and employees of Dunn County.”
Members of the public may enter Dunn County buildings by appointment only. Anyone entering the building will need to answer health screening questions, have their temperature taken, and wear a mask during their appointment. Persons needing to do business at Dunn County buildings should call ahead. A link to department contact information is at the bottom of this release. The buildings will remain locked and customers with prearranged appointments will be given instructions on safety practices.
For contact information for Dunn County Departments, visit https://www.co.dunn.wi.us/departments.