County Responses Differ To Stay At Home Annoucement

Mar 26, 2020

Oneida county courthouse
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Oneida county has announced all offices will be closed per the Governor’s order to Stay Safe at Home.

Oneida county is still providing essential and critical services. Officials say customers can find additional information about services and contact information by visiting the county website.

In Vilas county, there's no routine public access. Clerk David Alleman says permitting and licensing will be done online as is possible. He says for upcoming committee meetings, the public will be taken to meeting rooms large enough to allow for social distancing.

In Forest county, they're asking people who need to do businesses to call first if they're able.

In Langlade county, their website indicates seven offices are closed including the District Attorney and and Veterans offices. Access is available via telephone.

In Lincoln county, the courthouse is open to the public for court-related purposes only. There's significantly scaled-back court operations. No public access for Wi-fi use. Individual departments may be closed within the courthouse.

In Price county, access to county buildings is now limited to appointments only. If you have business to conduct with one of the Price County departments, you're asked to call to make an appointment. The only access to the Courthouse is the north entrance.

In Iron county, public visitation in all Iron County buildings for non-essential services is suspended until further notice. Departments are available via telephone.

More information is available at each county's website for the county clerk's office