Village Hall, library to reopen June 1

Ozaukee Press Staff

Starting Monday, June 1, the front lobby of Saukville Village Hall will be open to the public.

The Oscar Grady Library will also be open starting the same day with limited access, hours and services.

Village Hall has been closed to foot traffic since mid-March due to coronavirus concerns. 

The village will continue to provide information online and by phone. Services will be available by appointment from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays.

Payments for such things as parking tickets and water utility bills can be sealed in envelopes and placed outside Village Hall in the utility drop box to the right of the front door.

The library will limit the number of patrons in the building at any one time and reduce its hours from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. to allow staff time to clean surfaces, according to a letter from Library Director Jen Gerber.

Services will be limited to the checkout and return of library materials, public internet and wireless access and printing, photocopying and faxing.

Curbside pickup and dropoff services will still be available upon request for older adults and those at risk.

The Youth Services Department will remain closed, although materials are available for checkout.

The library’s Community Room, Digital Media Conversion Lab and drinking fountains will not be available.

Library staff will wear cloth masks, wash hands frequently, use hand sanitizer and maintain six-foot physical distance from other staff and the public, Gerber said.

Plastic shields will be installed at the circulation desk for added protection.



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