Several City Halls Have Closed, Except For Absentee Voting

(Beaver Dam) The city of Beaver Dam has cancelled all non-essential municipal meetings. Their next regularly scheduled meeting is set for April 6 and officials are encouraging the public to consider foregoing in-person attendance in favor of reviewing recorded meetings.

Beaver Dam City Hall is closed, except for absentee voting and registration for the April 7 election. However, officials are urging voters to avoid appearing in person by using mailed ballots and on-line registration. City staff will be answering the phone during regular business hours.

Most other city buildings are closed indefinitely including the Watermark and the library. The Public Works, Water Utility and Wastewater Utility are closed to the public and available by appointment only.

The due date for utility payments has been moved from Friday (March 20) to next Friday (March 27). Customers are asked to use the payment drop boxes outside city hall but are also encouraged to consider using their online option through Xpress Bill Pay.

Several other communities have closed their city hall, except for early voting, including Horicon, Columbus and Waupun. Mayville City Hall is open but the public is encouraged to take care of most matters online or by phone. Juneau City Hall will be open for in person absentee voting and voter registration for the next two Saturday’s between 9am and 1pm.