The Town of Cedarburg is working in consultation with the Washington Ozaukee Health Department and Emergency Management to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. We are following Wisconsin Department of Health and CDC guidelines. Emergency Order #1 was declared relating to preventing the spread of COVID-19 by requiring face coverings in certain situations. This order will be in effect August 1 until September 28.
The Town is committed to continuous operations throughout the pandemic.
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- Ozaukee/Washington County Health Department
- Blueprint for Reopening Ozaukee County
- CDC Guidelines
- Wisconsin Department of Health
The Town has operated continuously since the onset of the COVID-19 Pandemic. The current status of various operations can be found below.
Cedarburg Little League began play the week of June 1st. For information on recreation programming, click on the link below to visit the Park & Recreation page. At this time, fall youth recreation activities are scheduled to occur.
Staff is working normal business hours in the office; Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm. We can be reached via phone, email, or through walk-in service as protective measures are in place.
All services are operating, including special pick-up, brush collection, and normal Saturday Town Yard hours. Weekday Town Yard access is available Monday-Friday 8am-4:15pm. Stop inside Town Hall to show your driver's license with address and staff will open the gate. Items accepted on weekdays includes yard waste (non-woody debris), waste oil, and appliances/metal.
Building Inspection Services
The Building Inspector is processing building permits as usual. Applications are accepted via email, mail, marked drop box outside of Town Hall, or walk-ins. Building inspections have returned to normal. Inspection requests can be made by calling (262) 346-4577. Contact Building Inspector Paul Mortimer with general permit questions at 414-640-9523.
Cedarburg Community Pool
The City of Cedarburg has made the difficult decision to not open the Cedarburg Community Pool this year. Click here to visit the City website for details on the decision.