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As the outbreak of COVID continues, the following resources are from reputable sources and can aid in the general information of the public and contain tips on how to prevent the spread of the disease. If you suspect that you or a family member have COVID please contact your primary care provider immediately. All parking permits will not be enforced through the end of September. This is to for both the current suspension and for the th Street Road Project. The Playground at Frontier Park will be open.
Please note that we will not be cleaning or sanitizing equipment. Please observe all social distancing guidelines when at the park.
We will be continually monitoring this and will adjust if needed based on public adherence to social distancing guidelines. We are placing a hold on all park and recreation programming until we receive additional guidance from State or County Officials. The Wisconsin Supreme Court has overturned Governor Evers extended stay at home order, effective immediately. Guidance was given that counties and local municipalities could impose local orders similar to safer at home. At this time, Waukesha County has not adopted such orders and the Village of Butler is not imposing local restrictions.
All businesses in the Village are free to open. We HIGHLY suggest individual patrons take all necessary and available safety precautions as w ell as all businesses take precautions to operate in a safe manner. We will keep you updated as further guidance becomes public or if additional orders are given by the State or Waukesha County. Tony Evers today directed Department of Health Services DHS Secretary-deee Andrea Palm to issue a Safer at Home order that prohibits all nonessential travel, with some exceptions as clarified and defined in the order.
The order is available here. The order is effective at 8 am on Weds. Individuals do not need special permission to leave their homes, but they must comply with this order as to when it is permissible to leave home. Similarly, if a business is an Essential Business or Operation as defined in this order, it does not need documentation or certification to continue its work that is done in compliance with this order.
Businesses allowed to operate under the Safer at Home order include, but are not limited to:. The order contains detailed information regarding the exemptions provided to certain businesses. If a business is unsure about whether or not they are exempted from this order, please contact the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation here.
The public Adult singles dating in Butler follow simple steps to prevent illness and avoid exposure to this virus including:. Additional information can be found on the CDC website.
Additionally, no penalties will be calculated during this time. The Village has waived credit card processing fees for online payments. Please visit www. President Tiarks has issued an updated emergency proclamation ordering all Village facilities closed to the public starting Tuesday, March 24, until further notice. We have many options for residents to access Village services virtually. Visit www. We have also made an of accommodations to make this difficult time a little easier.
Village Hall staff will still be on hand during normal business hours M-F 8 am — 4 pm to answer the phone and respond to inquiries. Please call for assistance. Village Hall will not be open for walk-in voting. All voters are strongly urged to request an absentee ballot by mail. Voters may still request an absentee ballot online at www. The current deadline to request a ballot by mail is pm on Thursday, April 2nd. However, please request as soon as possible to ensure timely delivery.
Online voter registration, which had been ly suspended in Wisconsin, will online on March 24 through March 30 on www. All Wisconsin (WI). voters should have already received a paper copy of the absentee ballot application in the mail.
These requests can be dropped in the Village Hall drop box or mailed back to Village Hall. If you have not already submitted a copy of your photo ID, you will need to submit one with your request. If you are not sure if you have already submitted your photo ID, include a copy with your request to be safe. If you are unable to register to vote or change your address using the online option or need to absentee vote in-person by appointment, please contact Village Hall at Even during extraordinarily difficult times, residents are encouraged to exercise their constitutional right to vote in the upcoming election.
Absentee voting by-mail is accessible to the public and safe. Absentee ballots are being mailed as requests are processed. Currently, Election Day, Tuesday, April 7, will also serve as an opportunity to cast a vote in person at the polls from a m — p. We have decided to start in-person absentee voting early. You can now vote in-person at Village Hall. Please wash your hands before and after voting. Please stay 6 feet away from other patrons in the lobby at all times. Following Governor Evers order to limit all gatherings of 50 or more, all community building rentals exceeding 50 persons have been cancelled through May No new rentals are being taken at this time.
Once we receive guidelines as to when it is safe to rentals, we will let the public know. All essential inspections will still take place. Permits as still required if you are doing work during this time. All inspections will be completed when inspections. A variety of factors have prompted the Butler Public Library to close the library to the public through at least April 3rd. These include the declaration of a n ational emergency, the latest health information available as of today and the safety of the community. Very specific factors to our Library include the closing of the school district, which most likely would prompt greater foot traffic in the Library, gatherings of our most vulnerable populations that visit the Library including senior citizens, and the inability to maintain social distances.
We would rather, as several libraries in the Bridges Library System have elected to do, close for the greater good than become an epicenter for transmission and spread. At an abundance of caution, we urge our community to remain calm. These measures are in place with the mindset of prudence according to recommendations and not Wisconsin (WI).
panic or known exposure. A prevention mindset helps flatten the curve of exposure Wisconsin (WI)., assisting our community and healthcare resources with the goal of wellness. We understand that public opinion may be varied, however as a matter of concern and a deep understanding of the variety of users of the Library and the limitations of the facility and staff, these difficult decisions were reached with the most reputable informative resources available.
Please check our website and Facebook for any updates — as the situation changes rapidly. The Butler Public Library will extend all due dates to April 6th and will not be charging fines on our materials that are currently checked out. You do not need to return any of your Butler items before April 6th.
However, our Book Return will remain open if you do care to make returns. Staff will wipe down every item we receive in the book return before putting it back into circulation. Monday-Wednesday 10 am — 7 pm, Thursday 10 am — 8 pm, and Fridays and Saturdays 10 am — 3 pm.
In addition to the most common precautions being taken by the general public, the Village is now asking the public to. We ar e strongly encouraging that residents vote by mail for this election. You can make payments, fill out permits and applications, and find answers to common questions all from our website. We will keep the public information on developments as they happen.
In order to protect our citizens, the vulnerable populations we serve and our employees, we ask that if you need to call that you tell the emergency dispatchers if you have been diagnosed with or reason to believe you have been exposed to COVID This is a rapidly changing and evolving situation.
In coordination with the Waukesha County Public Health we will work to keep you updated on the situation in Waukesha County and the Village. Wisconsin Department of Health Services. Waukesha County Public Health. Johns Hopkins University Visual Dashboard. Alternate side parking will still be enforced. The Village Hall lobby counter area and lobby voting booth are being sanitized multiple times per day.Adult singles dating in Butler, Wisconsin (WI).
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