Rhinelander closes buildings to public
Star Journal Report
Citing a sustained rise in COVID-19 cases in Oneida County, Rhinelander City Hall, police, fire and inspection offices will be closed to the public, effective Monday, Nov. 16.
“The city’s utmost priority is keeping people safe while continuing to provide services and carry out its function,” said Mayor Chris Frederickson. “Wear a mask while in public, practice good hygiene and avoid gatherings of people outside your immediate family whenever possible.”
City staff will continue to process bill payments, license applications, permits and other documents. The public may use the drop box outside of city hall on S. Pelham Street, the U.S. Mail or make utility payments electronically.
Public meetings will remain open to the public with social distancing, however, the public is encouraged to watch meetings livestreamed or on demand at HodagTV.com. Contact information for departments and alderpersons is available at rhinelandercityhall.org.
Non-emergency questions may be addressed to the police department at 715-365-5300, the fire department at 715-365-5400 and inspections at 715-365-8606. Walk-in services are available by appointment.