Proposed Communicable Disease Ordinance
Update (9-24-20): St. Croix County will hold a Communicable Disease Ordinance Digital Town Hall on October 7. More information is available below. There will be no discussion or consideration of the proposed Communicable Disease Ordinance at the September 29 HHS Board Meeting.
For information on the proposed ordinance, please read the read the draft ordinance and the FAQs below.
You can find other FAQs about COVID-19 here.
Communicable Disease Ordinance Digital Town Hall
The HHS Subcommittee will hold a Digital Town Hall to give residents of St. Croix County time to provide comment and ask questions about the proposed Communicable Disease Ordinance. During the Digital Town Hall a panel of health and legal professionals will answer your questions about the proposed Communicable Disease Ordinance.
When is the Digital Town Hall
- Date: October 7, 2020
- Time: 5-7pm
How to Participate
There are multiple ways to participate. Choose an option below that works best for you.
Watch the Digital Town Hall
If you just want to watch the Digital Town Hall, follow these steps to watch online:
- Go to the Meetings and Agendas page on the St. Croix County website.
- Select the video link next to the October 7 HHS Subcommittee Meeting.
- The link will not be available until the start of the meeting. If the meeting has not started and you do not see the link, refresh your browser.
Provide Comment / Ask a Question
If you want to speak during the Digital Town Hall, we encourage you to participate online through the link or phone number provided below. Those that wish to speak will be given 2 minutes to provide a comment or ask a question. You will remain muted until it is your turn to speak.
Join Online (select link below):
Join by Phone:
- Dial: 1-312-626-6799
- Webinar ID: 848 8563 3575
- Passcode: 708844
To ensure the safety of everyone in attendance, all individuals attending in person will be subject to social distancing rules. Seating will be limited and available on a first come, first served basis. We encourage everyone who can to participate online and reserve in-person seating for those without online access.
The Communicable Disease Ordinance and COVID-19 Survey has closed. We will collect your comments and share this information with the County Board and HHS Subcommittee members. We will use this feedback to add to the FAQs about the proposed ordinance and COVID-19. Thank you to everyone who took to time to share their feedback.