City Hall is Open to In-Person Visits by Appointment Only
In response to the desire to limit transmission of the COVID-19 virus, City Hall will allow outside visitors by appointment only. However, critical City services will continue to be provided. Use the links below to each Department to find out how to access the services provided during by the City during these uncertain times.
On July 21, 2020 the Common Council adopted a resolution providing face coverings within the City of Green Bay, effective on July 27, 2020. Read the full Resolution Providing Face Coverings (PDF) for more information.
- I have an office, where I don’t receive any customers, do my employees have to wear a mask while they’re working?
- Do I need to supply my employees with masks?
- I’m a business owner and I don’t want to comply with the mask mandate. What’s going to happen to me?
- What are some best practices to help my business during this time?
There are multiple drop boxes outside of City Hall for you to drop off paperwork. These boxes are checked daily by each department. See image below to locate the drop box you may need.
Emergency Order #15 from Governor Evers
On March 27, 2020, Governor Evers and DHS Secretary-Designee Palm issued Emergency Order #15 banning evictions and foreclosures for 60 days. This order runs through May 26, 2020. As part of the order, landlords may not serve notice terminating a tenancy for not paying rent or for any other reason, unless the notice is accompanied by an affidavit establishing reasonable belief, and the basis for that belief, that failure to commence eviction proceedings will result in an imminent threat of serious physical harm to another person.
Note that this does NOT exclude the tenant from still being responsible for paying rent, and once the ban expires, landlords may proceed as normal.