Kewaunee City Hall reopens to public

You will be able to conduct business at Kewaunee City Hall in-person for the first time in four months.


Kewaunee Mayor Jason Jelinek directed City Hall and its other facilities reopen to public immediately in a Wednesday afternoon release. The Kewaunee Common Council and the city’s sub-committees will also be allowed to attend in-person meetings at city hall while still having the option to attend virtually. Jelinek still encourages residents to limit their exposure by making utility payments and other transactions through alternative means. 


City Hall and other facilities have been available to the public by appointment only since November 12th.



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